French and Indian War

French and Indian War

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  • Competition at the Ohio River Valley (1754)
  • No, it is ours!
  • This is our land!
  • George Washington Starts the War (1754)
  • We demand you to leave!
  • Then start the attack!
  • We will never leave!
  • Braddock Dies at Fort Duquesne (1755)
  • NOOO! Braddock is dead!
  • The French and British both claim the Ohio River Valley and conflict begins.
  • Pitt is Put in Charge (1757)
  • William Pitt, you are now in charge of the war.
  • George Washington sends a message to the French at Fort Duquesne to leave. They refuse and Washington attacks.
  • Battle of Quebec (1759)
  • Is this a good place to attack?
  • General Braddock attacks Fort Duquesne. He dies and his troops retreat.
  • Treaty of Paris (1763)
  • And by this treaty England now owns all of France's land in the Americas.
  • William Pitt is put in charge of the war and wants to claim the Ohio River Valley as well as the French territory in Canada and Quebec.
  • Good, I wish to claim ALL of France's territory.
  • British troops scout out fortified Quebec and attack it. They are successful.
  • We are winning!
  • Yes.
  • The Treaty of Paris marks the end of the French and Indian war. The treaty states that all French territory now belongs to the British.
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