Presentation on theme: "Furs & Alliances Identify the alliances that formed between the Europeans and the Native Americans. A: British Soldiers, English Colonists and Iroquois."— Presentation transcript:
1 Furs & AlliancesIdentify the alliances that formed between the Europeans and the Native Americans.A: British Soldiers, English Colonists and Iroquois vs.French, Huron, and AlgonquinHow did these alliance lead to conflict?A: European alliances with Native Americans led to involvement in each others conflicts.
2 Causes of the French and Indian War Generally speaking name the two causes of the French and Indian War.A: Conflicting land claims in the Ohio River Valley.France attacking English settlements.Identify the name of the land that was causing conflict and what was on it that caused both the British and the French to want it.A: Ohio River Valley and Beaver/furs.
3 French and Indian War officially Begins Describe the events that officially started the French and Indian War.A: George Washington went to defend Fort Duquesne. He launched a surprise attack on a group of French and Indian soldiers and the French captured for Necessity.
4 Braddock’s BlunderWhy was Braddock defeated by the French while trying to capture of Fort Duquesne?A: He would not break formation and let his men fight from behind trees.What miraculously happened to George Washington during this battle?A: 4 bullets went through his coat but did not hit him.
5 Turning point of the War What was the event that was the turning point of the war?A: British General James Wolfe captured the French city of Quebec.Give details that describe how this event unfolded.A: The British found a secret passage up the cliffs guarding Quebec. They then launched an attack and captured the French town.
6 Terms of Peace What document ended this conflict? A: The treaty of Paris of 1763What effect did this document have on the French?A: They lost all of their land claims on the North American Continent
7 The AftermathWhat effect did this conflict have on Britain? How did this effect the colonists.A: This conflict doubled Britain’s National debtBritain decided to start taxing the colonists to pay for the war debt.What was the Proclamation of 1763, and why did this Proclamation make the colonists mad?A: An imaginary line that ran along the Appalachian Mountains that colonists couldn’t move west of. They thought they had fought and won the right to move into the Ohio River Valley
8 Major Effects of the French and Indian War Britain realizes that it had lost control of the colonies due to Salutary Neglect.Great Britain's (England’s) National Debt is doubled because of the war.The British government tries to regain control over the coloniesThe British government begins creating new laws (acts)Some of these laws are tax laws aimed at forcing the colonists to pay for the French and Indian War and their future protection.
9 Salutary NeglectThe name given to Britain’s unofficial policy toward the colonies.Hands off policy that allowed the colonies develop largely on their own.The colonist learn to govern themselvesThey do this through their elected assemblies.
10 British Crown- King & Queen & Parliament Royal GovernorAppointed by the kingGovernor’s CounselAppointed bytheGovernorBACKColonial AssemblyElected by the Colonists – made laws for the colonist