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Despite the 1783 treaty that ended the American Revolution, conflict between the U.S. and Great Britain remained. In 1812, America took a stand against Great Britain and declared war. During the War of 1812, North Carolinians played a large part in each stage of the war from the decision to declare war to the Treaty at Ghent.
As the 1800s began North Carolina and its neighbors faced continuing conflict including confusion over geographic boundaries, war with Great Britain and Mexico, where North Carolinians played active roles in compromise.