Because of the British's increasing interest in the Ohio River Valley, the French felt a need to defend their land from their sworn rivals. The two sides, along with their native american allies, began to fight over the river, Who did the two armies ally themselves with during the War?
New British Policies
No Settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains
The French were able to get along with their Native American neighbors. The French were much kinder and respected the land and customs of the Native tribes, gaining them a natural alliance. On the other hand, The British did not have a good friendship with their Native neighbors, leaving them with little alliances during the war. What Native American tribes joined the French, and which joined the British?
The french and Indian war was a war fought during the 7-years war between Great Britain and France. The war was fought over the Ohio-River Valley, which the British thought was rightfully theirs. Eventually, the British won the war with strategy, leading to the Treaty of Paris in 1736 For what reason would the British need the Ohio-River Valley
After the French and Indian war, Great Britain made changes to where colonists could travel and settle. One of the restrictions for colonists was that they could not settle land west of the Appalachian Mountains. The war also led Britain into debt, causing them to need to tax the colonists even higher. What did the taxing of English Colonies eventually lead into?