Tippecanoe Monument: The Indiana General Assembly commissioned the construction of this eighty-five foot monument November 7, 1908 to honor the brave soldiers killed in action November 7, 1811 during the Battle of Tippecanoe. (Photo by Casito via Wikipedia)
This PowerPoint and note bundle reviews the War of 1812. Students will learn about the War Hawks, the Battle of Tippecanoe, how the war began, the Battle of Lake Champlain, the burning of the White House and Capitol, the Treaty of Ghent, and the Monroe Doctrine!
Timeline Worksheet: November 7, 1811, Battle of Tippecanoe. It’s a famous battle, but how much do you really know about the Battle of Tippecanoe and its impact on the direction of the War of 1812? Find out with this history printable and try some map work about the state of Indiana.
The War of 1812 was the result of rising tensions between the United States and Great Britain during the early years of the 19th century including the frequent impressment of sailors from American ships, interference with trade, and the belief that the British were encouraging Native American attacks on the frontier.
Chief Tecumseh’s Words of Wisdom (from Act of Valor)