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British exercise a policy of solely counterattacking against the US, from the

June 18, 1812

start of the war to the Battle of Put-In-Bay.

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June 18, 1812- The first battle of the War of 1812.

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Ardor is dampened by the bloodshed.

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September 10, 1813- Oliver Hazard Perry fends off a British fleet

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at Put-In-Bay.

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October 5, 1813- At the Battle of the Thames, William Henry Harrison

October 5, 1813

pushed into Canada, kills Tecumseh and claims a US victory.

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March 27, 1814- At the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, a native village is

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completely decimated by Andrew Jackson and his troops.

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August 19. 1814: Five thousand British soldiers prepare the attack on DC.

August 19, 1814

August 24, 1814: Washington DC is burned by the British in

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retaliation for the American burning of the capital at York.

August 24, 1814 11 PM

August 25, 1814: A hurricane forces the British out of Washington.

August 25, 1814

September 12, 1814: In a battle outside of Baltimore, a sniper kills British

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General Robert Ross. This causes a huge loss in morale for the English.

September 12, 1814 11 PM

September 13-14, 1814- Francis Scott Key jots down verses that will

September 13, 1814 7 AM

become the Star Spangled Banner, inspired by the Battle of Fort McHenry

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unfolding before him.

September 13, 1814 9 PM

December 15, 1814: Daniel Webster and other men meet at the Hartford

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convention. The convention's main purpose was to discuss secession.

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December 24, 1814- The Treaty of Ghent is signed.

December 24, 1814

January 8, 1815- British veterans clash with the diverse forces of

January 8,1815 1 AM

Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans.

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until the Election of 1824

February 1, 1815

The Era of Good Feelings begins with the end of the war and doesn't end

February 1815

April 16, 1818: The Rush-Bagot Agreement is ratified

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by the United States, disarming the Great Lakes region

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