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Chapter 7 Causes of the Revolution Lesson 1 The French and Indian War
What is another name for England?
In the 1750’s Britain and France went to war over what?
The Ohio River Valley
Why did the French build forts to keep the British out of the Ohio River Valley?
They wanted to have control over all trade with the Native Americans.
The Native Americans traded ______ with the French in exchange for _____ and other goods.
Furs for guns
British colonist wanted to trade _____ and _____ land around the Ohio River
British colonist wanted to trade Furs and Farm land around the Ohio River
In 1754 the governor of Virginia ordered what young man to lead an army in the Ohio River Valley.
What was the result of Washington and his men entering the valley?
They were meet by a large French army and defeated.
What was the war that began in the Ohio River Valley called?
The French and Indian War
Who fought in the French and Indian War?
Britain and its colonist against France and its American Indian allies.
What is an Ally?
A person or group that joins with another to work towards a goal.
Name the American Indian group who were Allies with the British.
What were the French more interested in, settlement or trade?
What was the Albany Congress?
A meeting of colonial representatives to discuss how to fight France.
What was the Albany Plan?
A plan for the colonies to unite under an overall government to solve common problem, such as war.
Who came up with the Albany Plan?
Did the colonist accept the Albany Plan?
Why did they not accept the plan?
Because they were not ready to join together under one government.
Who became the leader of Britain's Parliament, or government, that sent many ship and soldiers to North America.
Why was the Battle of Quebec an important victory for the British?
Quebec was a center of French power in Canada.
What agreement ended the French and Indian war in 1763?
The Treaty of Paris
What did Britain gain by signing the Treat of Paris?
The treaty gave Britain control of Canada and most of the land east of the Mississippi River.
Who was the leader of the Ottawa Indian?
Why did Chief Pontiac and his men attack the British?
They wanted the British out of the Ohio River Valley.
How long did Pontiac Rebellion last?
The rebellion lasted less than a year.
What is a proclamation?
It is an official public statement.
What did the Proclamation of 1763 state?
It stated that no colonist could settle west of the Appalachian Mountains.
Why were the colonist upset with Britain after the French and Indian War?
Britain would not allow them to settle beyond the Appalachians and kept soldiers in place.
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