French and Indian War

French and Indian War
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  • The Start of a War
  • The valley is MINE!!! 
  • I tried my best, but  I was defeated at Fort Necessity.
  • Powerful Alliances
  • We weren't friends in the beginning, but let's work TOGETHER!
  • The colonists should work together, too!
  • Yeah! We'll be very powerful!
  • Pitt's Plan
  • I have an idea... its going to change the course war, and the British will be in the lead! 
  • Two powerful countries, France and England, were fighting over many lands and resources, starting with the Ohio River Valley. George Washington was chosen to be a leader and help the British win the war. 
  • Quebec Falls
  • What!? But I thought  that Quebec was impossible to attack!
  • Did you know that the British attacked   and took over the cities of Quebec and Montreal?
  • As the war progressed, the French and English looked for powerful Native American allies to help them win the war. A man named Ben Franklin tried to unite the British colonies for strength, but failed.
  • The Treaty of Paris
  • WE WIN!!! IM SO HAPPY!
  • The Treaty of Paris  says that the British WIN!!!  ........................................... ........................................... ............................................ .............................................
  • Oh no! Now France lost all its land!
  • When the French seemed likely to win the war in 1757, William Pitt came along and changed the course of the war for the British.
  • New Land, Old Enemies
  • In 1759, British troops attacked the city of Quebec and defeated the French at the Plains of Abraham, and later successfully destroyed the cities of Quebec and Montreal. This marked France's defeat in North America.
  • The Treaty of Paris  ended the war in 1763, marking the victory of the English.  They now controlled the Ohio River Valley and most of Canada, so the French no longer had power in North America. 
  • After the war, fights broke out between the English and the Native Americans over land and resources. Britain tried to fix this problem, leading to high taxes and angry colonists, which would eventually lead to revolution.
  • More taxes! But I have no more money!!! I'm angry...
  • Your taxes are due! Pay up
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