The French who sought land along the Great Lakes for trade, arrive invading Native territory without the consent of the Natives.
The French settle an outpost on the Great lakes and beyond while the British have an eye on them since they also want these territories.
The French and their Ohio Valley Native allies receive an attack from the English but the English fail horribly.
Apart from their old allies other Native nations and tribes from the far west Great lakes supported the French. The Natives not only saw it as an opportunity to get back at the white men but to rob them as well.
The Natives allied with the the British to take Fort Duquense away from the French, which the French abandoned from being unable to be supplied.
The Treaty of Paris officially ends the French and Indian War and England becomes the dominant nation in North America. As the result of the treaty, since England has the upper hand, they get Canada and Spanish Florida.