Constructed by the French in 1754 at the heart of Ohio River Valley, Fort Duquesne was an important landmark during the Seven Years’ War (1756-1763). The British made several attempts to take the fort from the French and gain control of the Ohio Country. The French were able to prevent British expansion into the Ohio Country by positioning the fort at the intersection of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers.
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The French were able to prevent British expansion into the Ohio Country by positioning the fort at the intersection of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio Rivers. The location gave the French the opportunity to trade with Native American groups in the Ohio Country and deter the growth of British trade and settlement in North America. In spring 1754, Major George Washington led an expedition of 300 Virginians toward Fort Duquesne to force the French to abandon the site.
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In May, Washington’s men, along with the Seneca tribe led by Tanacharison (also known as the Half King), found a campsite of about thirty Frenchmen and their commander, Joseph Coulon de Villiers de Jumonville. They ambushed the French, and the battle ended with one Virginian and fourteen Frenchmen dead, including Jumonville. Nervous about a counterattack by the French and Indians, Washington encouraged his men to hasten the construction of Fort Necessity.
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On September 13, 1759, general Wolf and his army went to attack for the final time: Ilede Orleans. Wolf took his army in the middle of the night in small boats to go on top of the cliffs then the British captured the french’s position the battle happened on a field that was owned by a man named Abraham this is why the battle is called the battle of the plains of Abraham.
Then they landed on the Plains of Abraham and got ready for war against the French The French army was on Montgomery field so the general took his army to the Plains of Abraham French were outnumbered and started to retreatWolf got fatally injured and died French General Montcalm was also fatally injured and died the next day After the battle on September 18 the French surrendered to the British In the end, the French were forced to give all their territory in Canada.
in 1764 the British introduced the sugar act forcing the colonists to import sugar and molasses exclusively from the British and to pay duties on them. Also, they would add tax.
in 1765 the British introduced the stamp act on the American colonies. The British taxed any product that had a stamp on an act of the British Parliament in 1765 that exacted revenue from the American colonies by imposing a stamp duty on newspapers and legal and commercial documents. Colonial opposition led to the act's repeal in 1766 and helped encourage the revolutionary movement against the Crown. Also, it was when you buy something and if its stamped you pay more money.