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Chap 11 AP US History notes

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Ch. 12? OPPOSITION TO THE WAR 1. Conservative, seaboard Republicans in Congress and New England Federalists New Englanders: refused to buy war bonds to help pay for the war opposed recruiting campaigns traded with England when possible Daniel Webster gave his first important speech on the unconstitutional and objectionable character of an 1813 draft law which allowed for drafting men in state militias into the national army 2. HARTFORD CONVENTION ? met in Dec. 1814 ? met because they thought New Orleans was lost ? thus the war too Extremists in New England became more vocal as war dragged on ? some called for secession MASS, CON, and RI sent full delegations NH and VT sent partial delegations

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