French and Indian War Storyboard

French and Indian War Storyboard
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  • 1754- Washington defeats the French in the first battle.
  • This is our land!
  • Victory is ours! At last, we have defeated you guys. To Fort Necessity we go!
  • 1754- The French take over Fort Necessity.
  • No! My sweet Fort Necessity!
  • 1558- William Pitt's ideas
  • Wait, wait, wait, I have an idea...
  • On May 28th, 1754, Washington had defeated the French in one of the first surpise attacks. The British and the French had a big dispute over land in the Ohio River Valley. He then travelled to Fort Neccessity.
  • 1759-The Battle of Quebec
  • On July 3rd, 1754, the French had marched into present-day Uniontown, PA to take over Fort Necessity. The French did this because they sought revenge after getting defeated by Washington. After this, Washington was blamed for the loss and was forced to resign.
  • 1763-The Treaty of Paris
  • William Pitt the British Secretary of State during the French and Indian War and later served as Prime Minister of Great Britain.  Pitt's main goal was to push the French out of the Americas and used whatever resources were necessary to defeat them.
  • Proclamation Line of 1763 and Post-French and Indian War
  • Due to the war, we will be implementing taxes so we can make up the debt.
  •  On September 13th, 1759, James Wolfe had led British in the Battle of Quebec. Wolfe was a lieutenant-colonial and was called in to capture Quebec City, owned by the French. Although he defeated the French and took the land, he died in the war.
  • On February 10th, 1963, the Treaty of Paris was signed. All French possessions east of the Mississippi, except New Orleans, are given to the British.  All French possessions west of the Mississippi are given to the Spanish.  This made the people think that the war was coming to an end.
  • From now on, we own all land east of the Mississippi River that the French had owned! Woohoo!
  • On October 7th, 1963, the Proclamation Line of 1763 was passed. This meant that colonists could not settle west of the Appalachian Mountains. This made the colonists mad, due to the colonies developing and getting crowded. To make it worse, they put in taxes for the colonists so they could pay off the damage from the war.
  • We have also started the Proclomation Line of 1763, which means you will have to move east of the Appalachian Mountains.
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