War of 1812

NOUN
  1. a war (1812-1814) between the United States and England which was trying to interfere with American trade with France
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How To Use War of 1812 In A Sentence

  • Some historians credit her involvement in the War of 1812 as the turning point which led to peace between American forces and those loyal to the British crown.
  • With Capt. Bill Pinkney at the helm, Amistad held a place of honor, third in line behind the U.S. Coast Guard barque Eagle and a replica of the War of 1812 brigantine Niagara.
  • From the War of 1812 until well into the twentieth century, American manufacturers thrived behind high-tariff walls.
  • It's the true story of a British frigate captured by the Americans in the War of 1812, the colourful assortment of characters who served on her and, just as often, dined out on lies about their parts in her exploits.
  • A: War of 1812, Mexican American War, Civil War, or Spanish - American War.
  • Brooks had been a Revolutionary War hero and moderate Federalist during the War of 1812.
  • Some of the most interesting photographs are of relics from the War of 1812 and a captured bell from the Philippine Insurrection of 1899.
  • Moore called the War of 1812 "the fight for Canada" and said the bicentennial is an ideal opportunity to "get kids involved and to learn about this country's brilliant history. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • Early U.S. corvettes won distinction in the War of 1812.
  • Briscoe explained how she used cannonballs supposedly left behind after the War of 1812 to weigh down tobacco in hogshead barrels. Oral history project offers firsthand recollections of Calvert's past
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