French and Indian War

French and Indian War
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  • I was sent by Robert Dinwiddle to evict the French at Dunquesne, we attacked and defeated a small French Force.
  • We were forced to surrender when the French had counter-attacked, resulting in the sad death of General Edward Braddock.
  • We seized two forts near Nova Scotia, then cut off the French shipping to the Americas, causing the Indians to ally with us, the British.
  • After partnering together, we were able to capture Fort Duquesne and the key French Fortress of Lousibourg, which guarded the entrance of St. Lawrence River, leading us to capture  Quebec.
  • Treaty of Parris
  • After Moncalm suffered defeat of Quebec and later ended up dying, we captured Montreal and we forced the French governor general to surrender the rest of Canada.
  • We won major victors in India, the Philippines, west Africa, and West Indies. The treaty of Parris, which ended the war. We kept Canada, the great lakes region, Ohio river valley and Florida. We also drove the the French out of North America and now the Mississippi river is the boundary between us and the Spaniards. 
  •  The colonists became angered after the British thought colonists should help pay and them imposing new taxes and regulations on colonial trade. However the colonies tried to unite and became separate from the British.
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