The English began to trade with the Natives by the Ohio River Valley in French territory. The English also wanted to take the Ohio River Valley for more land to colonize on and be apart of the large fur trade there.
France was becoming angry that the English are trading with the Natives in their territory. France had then decided to make military forts to help prevent the English from invading their land.
We agree to end the war but you must sign the Treaty of Paris and give us your land in the Americas.
We will give you some private land that we promise not to invade the land we promise you, when we sign the Treaty of Augusta.
William Pitt becomes in charge and decides to go on a full attack on France. He starts sending governors to lead attacks on French territory and military forts. George Washington was a part of helping fight the French. He lead an attack on Pennsylvania trying to rid them of the area.
The English began to make a blockade on the East coast to prevent French from resupplying their soldiers. The French began to start losing land.
The French finally surrender 1763 when they signed the Treaty of Paris, giving the land east of the Mississippi to the English. Later, to prevent conflicts they signed the Treaty of Augusta with the Native Americans in 1763. This treaty gave the Natives a place to live where they would remain undisturbed by the colonist.
The map shows a brief demonstration of the boundaries between the Spanish and English land in North America after the French and Indian war. The English with the land East of the Mississippi River. And the Spanish with the land west of the Mississippi river.