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Note to Students This power point is designed to help you learn the men and forts involved in the French and Indian War. Also, the military action during each campaign year and the Treaty of Paris of 1763. It is not designed to review the bodies of water. You need to study the map in your graphic organizer and on the back of your study sheet. You also need to take the Moodle Quiz and come to one of the review classes.
Benjamin Franklin I was a Pennsylvania delegate to the Albany Congress. I was also the author of the Albany Plan of Union
General Edward Braddock I was a British officer. My army was ambushed in 1755 near Ft. Duquesne. I was killed and my body was buried in the road so the Indians wouldn’t find it
William Pitt I was elected Prime Minister of England in 1757. I changed the direction of the war by appointing new officers and deciding to try and win the war in North America.
General James Abercrombie I was a British officer. I led the unsuccessful attack on Ft. Carillon in 1758. I sent my men against the wall that the Marquis de Montcalm built. We were beaten back.
Marquis de Montcalm I was a French officer. I was appointed commander of the French forces in 1756. I captured forts Oswego and William Henry. I stopped Abercrombie at Ft. Carillon but was killed at the Battle of Quebec in 1759.
Lt. Col. John Bradstreet I was the British officer who captured Ft. Frontenac in 1758. We found out that it was an important supply fort for the French.
Maj. Robert Rogers I was a British colonial militia leader. I organized a unit of rangers who fought like the Indians. We were the eyes and ears of the army.
George Washington I was the Virginia militia officer involved in the 1754 incident that started the French and Indian War. I was also with Gen. Braddock when he was ambushed in 1755.
General James Wolfe I was the British officer who helped Lord Jeffrey Amherst capture Louisbourg in 1758. I was killed at the Battle of Quebec in 1759.
Lord Jeffrey Amherst I was the British officer who helped Gen. James Wolfe capture Louisbourg in 1758. I captured Ft. Carillon and Ft. St. Frederic in 1759.
Lord George Howe I was the second in command to Gen. James Abercrombie in 1758. I was killed when scouting the French positions at Ft. Carillon.
General John Forbes I was the British officer who captured Ft. Duquesne in 1758. The fort was destroyed by the French because the fall of Ft. Frontenac prevented them from getting supplies.
Sir William Johnson I was a British militia officer. I won the Battles of Lake George and built Ft. William Henry in 1755. I also captured Ft. Niagara in 1759.
Campaign Year of 1754 George Washington is involved in an incident along the Ohio Frontier that is the spark that starts the war. Albany Congress – Albany Plan of Union
Campaign Year of 1755 Gen. Edward Braddock is ambushed as he tries to take Ft. Duquesne. William Johnson wins the Battles of Lake George. William Johnson becomes Sir William Johnson and builds Ft. William Henry
Campaign Year of 1756 Marquis de Montcalm captures and destroyes Ft. Oswego
Campaign Year of 1757 William Pitt elected Prime Minister of England. Montcalm captures and destroys Ft. William Henry – “Last of the Mohicans”
Campaign Year of 1758 Gen. James Wolfe and Lord Jeffrey Amherst capture Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island. Gen. James Abercrombie defeated by Montcalm at Ft. Carillon. Lt. Col. John Bradstreet captures Ft. Frontenac. Gen. John Forbes captures Ft. Duquesne.
Campaign Year of 1759 Lord Jeffrey Amherst captures Ft. Carillon and Ft. St. Frederic. Sir William Johnson captures Ft. Niagara. Battle of Quebec – Gen. James Wolfe defeats the Marquis de Montcalm – both generals die during the battle.
Campaign Year of 1760 Three British armies converge on Montreal and Montreal surrenders. Fighting in North America is over.
Treaty of Paris of 1763 France lost all her land in North America except Haiti and some fishing islands England got all French land east of the Mississippi River Spain got all French land west of the Mississippi River England got Florida from Spain