The British, who thought that their plan to invade New York State would go well, also demanded that the Americans not have a naval force on the Great Lakes and that the British obtain certain transit rights to the Mississippi River in exchange for the continuation of American fishing rights off Newfoundland. The United States rejected the applications and there was a deadlock.   American public opinion was so outraged when Madison published the claims that even the federalists were willing to continue fighting.  Perry`s Victory and International Peace Memorial (1936) recalls the Battle of Erie, which took place near the South Island of Ohio, where Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry led a fleet to victory in one of the most important naval battles of the War of 1812. The monument, located on an island, also celebrates the lasting peace between Britain, Canada and the United States that followed the war. It was as if no war had been fought, or to put it more frankly, as if the war that was waged was waged without good reason. For nothing has changed; Everything is as at the beginning, except for the graves of those who, it seems now, fought for a little something […]. Lake Erie and Fort McHenry will enter the American history books, Queenston Heights and Crysler`s Farm in Canada, but without the gore, stench, disease, terror, conniving and fornication that march with each army.  Negotiations at Gant were concluded in 1814 in the hope that the two governments would continue to discuss a new trade agreement between the United States and the British Empire in 1815.
There are so many who rejoice in the war that I have less hope than ever of making peace. You will realize in the newspapers that a very great force of Bordeaux must be sent to the United States, and the agenda is the division of states and conquest. The more moderate think that when our sea walk is devastated and we have come to accept a line that excludes us from the lake; Abandoning some of our claim to Louisiana and the privilege of fishing on the shores, etc., can be made peace with us.  During the century of peace between the two countries, which followed from 1815 to the First World War, several other territorial and diplomatic disputes emerged, but all were resolved peacefully, sometimes through arbitration.  You already knew? After the British burned down the White House during the War of 1812, President James Madison and his wife were unsettled. Madison`s successor, James Monroe, returned to the White House in 1817, when it was rebuilt. On February 16, 1815, the day President James Madison sent the Treaty of Gant to the Senate, senators voted unanimously. The ratification of this treaty ended the War of 1812.
Senators were relieved that the conflict was over, even though the treaty did not fulfill any of the original objectives of the war, which included the end of the British printing of American sailors and the annexation of Canada. During the negotiations, the British had four ongoing invasions. A force was burned by Washington, but the main mission failed in its mission to conquer Baltimore. The British fleet took off when the army commander was killed. A small troop entered the District of Maine from New Brunswick, conquered parts of northeastern Maine and several smuggling towns on the coast, and founded the New Ireland Colony with the ultimate goal of integrating Maine into Canada.