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French & Indian War 7 Years’ WarKnown in North America as the French and Indian War Known in Europe as the 7 Year War 7 Years’ War
Beginning French and English wanted to control North AmericaEspecially the rich Ohio Valley French already trapped and traded there English colonies were expanding that way
Middle French won several battles with the aid of their Indian allies
Middle British get more colonists to help British get Iroquois supportTide Turns – British capture Fort Duquesne, Quebec, and Montreal
End British win 7 year war with France French leave North America
End Proclamation of 1763 The British attempted to keep the colonists from moving across the Appalachian Mountains This was done to avoid further fights with the Native Americans living there
Michigan Connection Fort Detroit was turned over to the British Army after the French surrendered Montreal Later, Fort Detroit was attacked in Pontiac’s Rebellion
French and Indian War The larger war is the Seven Years War.
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French & Indian War 7 Years’ War. BeginningBeginning French and English wanted to control North America Especially the rich Ohio Valley French already.
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TWO QUESTION “QUIZ” ANSWER ON YOUR HOMEWORK SHEET AS I CHECK YOUR HOMEWORK USE YOUR HOMEWORK TO WRITE ONE WORD WHICH CAUSED THE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR.
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The French and Indian War Britain’s Victory in the French and Indian War Forced France to give up its North American Colonies.
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