French and Indian war

French and Indian war

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  • Both the French and Great Britain wanted more control of the fertile Ohio River Valley.
  • This land is under French Rule.
  • No, Great Britan has claimed this land.
  • George Washington and his troops built forts known as "Fort Necessity. His troops suffered many casualties.
  • I'm going ask in a peaceful manner, if you guys can leave this area. If not, it will not turn out good.
  • George Washington was sent to Fort Duquesne to discuss if the french can leave the area. They refused, which led into the battle known as battle of Fort Duquesne.
  • Sorry, we are not moving anywhere.
  • On September 6, 1760, British forces of nearly 18,000 went to Montreal. Only 2,100 French soldiers were left to defend the city. They didn't have enough and were force to surrender.
  • Quebec City
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  • The British continued to capture all of New France. Finally, after defeating France in all parts of the world, they gave up and the Seven Years' War formally ended in 1763 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris.
  • Treaty of Paris
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  •  The French and Indian War united many colonists in a battle against a common set of enemies--the French and the Indians. The unification continued as the British now became the common enemy of the colonists.
  • Peace Has Finally Come
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