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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