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Decades after the War of Independence, tensions festered between the young country and Britain. A number of factors played a part in the causing the 1812 war, including anger over British violations of American neutral rights; the clamor of the War Hawks, who supported expansion; and Britain's hand in stirring up Native American unrest. This book is a fascinating account of the history behind the arguing, the reasons the war began, and how the war ended.
About the Author :
Mark Beyer has contributed to The War of 1812: The New American Nation Goes to War with England as an author.
Mark Beyer is a self-taught comic artist. His work has appeared in "Raw, "The Village Voice, "The San Diego Reader, "L.A. Weekly, and "The New York Times. He has had exhibits in Japan, England, France, The Netherlands, and across the United States. He lives somewhere out west.
|Title:||The War of 1812: The New American Nation Goes to War with England||Publisher:||Rosen Publishing Group|
|No. of Pages:||32|
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