1812 And Tecumseh: The War Of 1812
impossible again, taking on naval superpower Great Britain for the second time. The War of 1812 had an enormous impact on this young nation 's future. Dictating whether the young nation will flourish with its second defeat of world power, Great Britain. Or perish under Britain 's future rule. After suffering devastating casualties, at the hands of the ‘Red Coats’, the Native American tribal nations, and the burning of its nation 's capitol. The United States of America was able to pull through the difficulties with energetic leadership from President James Madison, repelling the powerful Red Coats, and their allies the Native American tribal nations led by Tecumseh. Throughout the War of 1812 Tecumseh and his army provided Great Britain with strong warriors, and knowledge of the land, With this upper hand Great Britain hoped to regain control of the Americas, While Native Americans hoped to preserve their identity, culture, and society.
In a War that lasted little more than two and a half years the United States of America seeked to defeat world superpower Great Britain twice in less than 30 years. Under the leadership from president James Madison the colonists were led into war. In spite of the colonist knowing that the British had an exceptional navy, strong and able- bodied trained troops. They still rallied to war. Britain, however was facing its own problems at home, with an ongoing war with France, led by Napoleon Bonaparte, Great
Britain seeked to defend the…