Lesson 3
Lesson 3
Lesson 3
100

The British were _______ American soldiers, because they were thought to be deserters of the British Navy.

seizing

100

Who said, "We have met the enemy, and they are ours."

What was named after him?

Oliver Hazard Perry

Perry, Georgia

100

The Battke if New Orleans took place after a __________ ending the war had been signed in Europe. 

peace treaty

200

The United States suspected correctly that the _____ were supporting Tecumseh in his attempt to resist westward expansion.

British

200

Name two buildings that were burned during the British attack on Washington D.C.

the capital and the President's house
200

Why did the Battle if New Orleans occur after the peace treaty had been signed?

By January 6, news of the treaty had not yet crossed the Atlantic. 

300

The Battle of _______ was fought between the United States forces and Tecumseh's soldiers.

Tippecanoe

300

Whose picture did Dolley Madison save before the British attacked the White House?

George Washington

400

In June of 1812, President Madison asked Congress to declare _____ on Britain.

Most of the battles were fought at ______.

war

sea

400

Francis Scott Key was inspired to write a poem when he saw the American flag flying over Fort Henry. After being set to music, _________ became our national anthem.

"Star Spangled Banner"

500

"Old Ironsides" describes what famous ship? 

Its sides were built of ____.

USS Constitution

oak

500

_____________ and his troops defeated the British in the Battle of New Orleans. 

Andrew Jackson

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