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24 June, 09:15

What were the most significant consequences of the War of 1812?

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  1. 24 June, 09:56
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    Though many American grievances were resolved during the course of the war, the Treaty of Ghent, which formally ended the War of 1812, involved no significant change in pre-war borders or boundaries. For Native Americans who had allied with the British, the war devastated their physical land and political autonomy.
  2. 24 June, 10:33
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    the war devastated their physical land and political autonomy.
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