in 2435 BC
Francis Scott Key wrote the American National Anthem.
Fort McHenry served as Francis Scott Key's inspiration for the lyrics to the "Star-Spangled Banner", the national anthem of the United States of America.
If you actually meant to type "When", it was in 1814. It became the anthem in 1931.
It is known that Francis Scott Key wrote the national anthem on July 4,1880. though i am not positive i know it was written around this time or possibly in February
Key wrote his poem "The Star-Spangled Banner" in 1814. It was later set to music, but it wasn't officially the national anthem until 1931.
during the civil war he saw the flag flying so he knew that the Americans won so he wrote a poem later it became a song then it was the national anthem
The original flag is currently housed at the Smithsonian Museum of American History.
In 1814 but It was made the anthem on March 3rd 1931
He wrote his poem after witnessing the British naval bombardment of Fort McHenry during the War of 1812.
He was in a boat. He saw the American flag waving on the ship. I the morning he still saw it waving.
Probably scared, cold, distressed, but also patriotic (Otherwise how would he be able to write the national anthem?)
He wrote the poem in 1814.
It was actually written in 1814 after the battle of Fort McHenry. The fort was bombarded by the British Navy in 1812 and Francis Scott Key, who wrote the poem, was at the battle. It became the National Anthem on March 3 1931 by Congressional vote and then signed into law by President Hoover.
He wrote his poem in 1814
He wrote his poem following the failed British attack on Baltimore. It wasn't set to music until later, and it was more than a century before it became the official national anthem.
Francis Scott Key wrote the "Star Spangled Banner" also known as Americas National Anthem, onboard a British prison ship in Baltimore Harbor during the Battle of Baltimore in 1814.
Francis Scott Key watched the all-night battle. At dawn, Key discovered that the flag was still flying. He expressed his pride in what became the U.S. national anthem
He set out to write a poem, based on his experience watching the British attack on Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. It wasn't until some time later that his words were set to music and the song was adapted as the anthem.
The bombardment of Fort McHenry by the British fleet on the night of September 13 ,1814. The barrage inspired a witness, Francis Scott Key, to write the words to "The Star-Spangled Banner"
On September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key looked through clearing smoke to see a large flag still flying after a 25 hour British bombardment of Baltimore's Fort HcHenry. Because of this sight, he became inspired to write a poem about what he saw. Later on it was set to music and eventually the Star Spangled Banner became our national anthem. Prior to this. God Bless America was sung as our national anthem.
The National Anthem was written by Francis Scott Key in 1812. He was inspired to write the song after witnessing an attack on Fort McHenry by the British Navy. The fort received a severe pummeling, but survived with the American flag still flying overhead. Key's Star-Spangled Banner was adopted by the U.S. Navy in 1889, and officially declared the national anthem in 1931.
Francis Scott Key. Later, when he saw the American flag was still standing, he was inspired to write the song "The Star-Spangled Banner", which later became the US. national anthem.
Francis S. Key was inspired to write the lyrics of the US national anthem while watching the bombardment of Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore in 1814. He penned the lyrics to follow the melody of a drinking song.