The First Skirmish of The French and Indian War

The First Skirmish of The French and Indian War
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  • George Washington and his troops leave the town hall and march to the Ohio River in the spring of 1754.
  • George Washington and his troops encounter a small French force. A small skirmish breaks out.
  • Soon after, George Washington and his troops flee. They are heading for west Pennsylvania. 
  • When George Washington and his men reach west Pennsylvania, they establish a small wooden building with a wooden barrier around it. This would later be called Fort Necessity.
  • Not long after, the French find Fort Necessity. The French are much more strong and powerful than George Washington's troops.
  • George Washington and his troops then surrender to the superior French forces.
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