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Both Jefferson and his secretary of state, James Madison, tried negotiating with Britain to stop the search and seizure operations, but without success. The situation worsened in 1806 when shots fired by a British frigate killed a Yankee sailor in American waters. Protest riots broke out in New York, and a few American newspapers even called for a declaration of war. Another incident, in 1807, created additional tension, and this time there was enough bloodshed to arouse the American public as a whole.
Ronald Reagan was shot but recovered from his wound. After three Indian attacks, Harrison mounted a counterattack. He forced the Indians, who by this time had run out of arrows and ammunition, to retreat across the marshy prairie. He then entered Prophetstown and burned it to the ground, destroying all the Indians’ supplies. American casualties were 62 dead and 126 wounded; Indian casualties were about the same. To Harrison, the Battle of Tippecanoe was a great victory. It certainly bolstered his personal ambitions.
We shall drive the British from our continent,” asserted Felix Grundy, a product of the Tennessee frontier who had lost three brothers in Indian raids. ” Grundy was joined in his demands for war by two other representatives from frontier areas, Henry Clay of Kentucky and John C. Calhoun 40 WAR OF 1812 Henry Clay, Speaker of the House of Representatives, favored war with Great Britain as a means of annexing Canada. ) of upland South Carolina. Clay was a strong supporter of American expansion. ” Calhoun’s grandmother had been scalped by the Cherokee, and he had grown up on stories of his father’s exploits against the Indians and the British.
America at war by John Stewart Bowman