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After the battle, Quebec is nothing but a shapeless mass of ruins
It looks very corrupted and empty
French colonists and British soldiers were alike scrambled to find food and water during the winter
Were is the food and water
More British soldiers had died from the horrible diseases than from on the Plains of Abraham
The remaining French soldiers fell back to Montreal. Here they held out for a couple of months
Many of the First Nations allies with the British and the French were no longer willing to fight on their side of wars
On September 8 1760, the French surrendered at Montreal. New France passed into British hands
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