French and Indian War

French and Indian War

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  • George and his troops had to surrender from a french counter attack after they had destroyed a small french force. The British weren't doing very good up North so they combined forces with colonial forces.
  • We did lose to a counter attack, but we can still bouce back!
  • With the combination, they were able to overwhlelm two forts neat Nova Scotia 
  • However, after General Edward Braddock's death  after a French and Indian ambush-- George had had to come in and retreat with the remaining troops under Braddock's command.
  • In 1758 to 1759, the British cut off french shipping to the Americas, making the Indians side with the well supplied British and allowing the British to capture fort Duquesne. They also seized fort Louisbourg  that guarded the entrance to St. Lawrence River.
  • That paved a way for james Wolfe to attack the stronghold of Quebec and used the night to hide themselves and occupy a cliff. Montcalm suffered defeat and died.
  • After the signing of the treaty of Paris, the war ended in the British's favor and got to keep Canada, the Great Lakes region, the Ohio River valley, and Florida. The French were driven out of North America so the Mississippi River became the boundary between the British and Spanish. 
  • After OUR victory, you all have to pay taxes to pay off your debt
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