The War of 1812—Summary, Time Line, and Battles – FamilySearch November 9, 2021

I saw this recently on FamilySearch – The War of 1812—Summary, Time Line, and Battles: https://www.familysearch.org/en/blog/war-of-1812-summary. Longer article, included topics below.

By  Amie Tennant November 9, 2021

The War of 1812, sometimes referred to as the second war for independence, was a war between Great Britain, the newly formed United States, Canada, and native peoples. The conflict lasted about 3 years and ended with the Treaty of Ghent, signed in Belgium in December 1814. Many historians feel there was no clear winner; however, each country has their own version of what caused this war and who came out on top. Let’s read further to learn a War of 1812 summary.

Why Did the War of 1812 Start?

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What Events Led Up to the War of 1812?

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Major Battles of the War of 1812

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When Did the War of 1812 End?

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Who Won the War of 1812?

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Want to Find Out If Your Ancestors Served in the War of 1812?

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Learn More about the War of 1812

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