War of 1812-1812-1815
What year did it take place and which groups were involved in the war?
- This war took place on June 18, 1812 and ended on February 17, 1815. The war was between the British and the Americans
Causes of the War
The cause of the war was the conflict that started in Europe for almost 2 decades after Napoleon became the first consul of France.
- In the early 1800`s British forced the American sailors to work with the British navy.
- On October 21st 1805, Britain had the advantage to enforce blockade of France.
- On the 21st of November 1806 Napoleon ordered a blockade of shipping to stop British trade.
- In 1813, the British declared war against the Americans
- In 1815, the Treaty of Ghent was signed which ended the war.
- British began to stop American ships from trading in Europe.
The war between the Americans and the British
- The consequences of this event was signing the Treaty of Ghent which happened in 1815.
- All the disputes over boundaries were forwarded to the joint commissions to resolve.
Person who was the commissioner of the Treaty of Ghent.
- Who would take control of Canada.
Changes in BNA
- Many fields were damaged when farmers were away
- Food supplies was in danger from small harvests
- Wars also effect groups of people to meet the common enemies
- Religious people and politicians tried not to make people go with the Americans
- Canadians thought Americans were challenging
The impact of this event on various groups
- Loss of lives
- Food limited
- Loss of homes
- Mental health issues