2 Do Now: Look at the map on page 87 in your text book Do Now: Look at the map on page 87 in your text book. Answer questions 1&2Obj:Trace development of French-British rivalrySummarize French and Indian WarEffects of the war on relation with the coloniesHW: Pg 92 Main Ideas # 1-8
3 Vocab New France George Washington French and Indian War William Pitt PontiacProclamation of 1763George GrenvilleSugar Act
4 Rivals for an Empire France’s North American Empire: 1608 Quebec is founded; first permanent French colony in North AmericaFrench priests and fur traders spread throughout the heart of the continent1682 French claims entire Mississippi Valley and calls it Louisiana; after King Louis XIV
6 French and British Colonies Differ French ColoniesFur Traders/ priestsCatholicNo desire to build towns and citiesFriendly relations with N.A.Created military alliancesBritish ColoniesFamiliesPuritanEstablished permanent settlementsConstant conflicts with N.A.
7 French and Indian War Early French Victories: British General Braddock and young 22-year old office George Washington wanted to push the French out of the Ohio Valley1,500 men approached Fort DuquenseFrench army and N.A. allies ambushed themBritish army had never seen an enemy fight like thatBritish fled the battleGeorge Washington questions the might of the British army…..
8 French and Indian War Pitt and the Iroquois: William Pitt – young enthusiastic politician put in charge of British army in 1757Under Pitt British gain Iroquois as alliesSeptember of 1759 the British with the Iroquois sack Quebec..Victory in the war soon to follow
9 French and Indian War Ends French and Indian War ends in 1763 with Treaty of ParisBritain gains all land in North America east of MississippiSpain gets all land west of Mississippi
10 The Colonies and Britain Grow Apart Proclamation of 1763Est. colonists border along the Appalachian MountainsTo keep from continued problems with N.A. Britain banned settlers from moving westCould not enforce; settlers continued to move in the frontierColonists believe the Britain does not care about their needs…..
11 The Colonists and Britain Grow Apart Britain doubled national debt during F&I WarGeorge Grenville passed the Sugar Act in 1764Sugar Act:1) halved duty on foreign-made molasses2) More taxes on imports3) Strengthened the law against smugglingSoon feelings of dissatisfaction would swell into outright rebellion……
12 POP QUIZWhat Native American tribe allied with the British during the French and Indian War?IroquoisWhat new law restricted colonial movement west of the Appalachian Mountains?Proclamation of 1763What treaty ended the French and Indian War?Treaty of Paris