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Motivations... Winners and Losers.... Motivations 1.Why did France and Britain fight? -Gain control of Ohio River Valley -Expand empires -Disputes back.

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1 Motivations... Winners and Losers...

2 Motivations 1.Why did France and Britain fight? -Gain control of Ohio River Valley -Expand empires -Disputes back in Europe.

3 Motivations Why did the British colonies fight? - Expand colonies westward - Loyalty to mother country, Great Britain

4 Motivations Why did Native Americans fight? -To honor military alliances with European nations -To gain benefits of supporting the winner of the war

5 Winners and Losers What did Britain gain as a result of winning?Canada (Almost) All of North America east of Mississippi

6 Winners and Losers What did Britain lose? -Lives -Colonists’ respect -MONEY!

7 Winners and Losers What did the colonies gain as a result of the war? -Access to what had been French territory (resources... Fur trade) -But....

8 Winners and Losers What did colonies lose? -Lives -Profit ( taxes were raised to pay war debts) - Salutary Neglect ended...Britain increases control over “new” North American Empire -Some of their rights as British citizens -PROCLAMATION OF 1763 – NO SETTLEMENT WEST OF APPALACHAIN MTS. – RESERVED FOR NATIVE AMERICANS!!!!

9 Winners and Losers What did France lose as a result of the war?Lives All of American territories (other than a few islands)

10 Winners and Losers What did the war cost Native Americans? Lives Aid and friendship of the French for protection from the British


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