The War of 1812

The President's House by George Munger (1814-1815) - Cropped

The War of 1812 (1812-1814)

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    "The Constitution's thick oak planks protected its sides, and many British cannon balls bounced off them. When one of the American seamen saw this he shouted, 'Hurrah! Her sides are made of iron!' Soon other sailors took up the cheer, and after that sailors called her Old Ironsides." — Norman Richards, Author

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