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Jacksonian Democracy and the Mexican War (1824-1850)
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Commodore ____________ defeated the British at Lake Erie, allowing General William Harrison to go north into Canada and win the Battle of the Thames in the War of 1812.
Perry built a fleet on Lake _____.
Fort _______ resisted British bombardment in the War of 1812, inspiring Francis Scott Key to write the "Star Spangled Banner."
After the British set fire to Washington DC, they attacked Fort McHenry at __________, MD.
In the war of ____, the British landed on the coast of Maryland, setting fire to the public buildings of Washington DC.
They set fire to the _______ buildings in Washington DC, including the Executive Mansion. The Executive Mansion was then repainted white and became the White House.
Andrew _______ fought the British and won at the Battle of New Orleans two weeks after a peace treaty had been signed for the War of 1812.
Andrew Jackson fought a much larger force of British at the Battle of New Orleans. Andrew Jackson was a famous general in the war of 1812 who later became President. He was not the same general as "__________" Jackson who fought on the Confederate side in the Civil War.
The Treaty of _____ in 1814 ended the War of 1812.
The Treaty of Ghent, signed in Ghent, ________, ended the War of 1812. All land won in this war was restored to the pre-war owners.
The first protective ______ in US History was passed in the year 1816.
It was passed in 1816 due to the flood of cheap ________ products entering the country.
The ____-Bagot Treaty was an agreement between England and the US not to have armed fleets on the Great Lakes, and is still in effect.
The Rush-Bagot Treaty led to the removal of British and American fleets from the Great Lakes after the War of _____.
In ____, Andrew Jackson led an army into Spanish-controlled Florida and occupied Pensacola, violating international la
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