French and Indian War

French and Indian War

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  • British governor 
  • can you expel the French?
  • George Washingtion
  • This means war!
  • Surrender!
  • French force 
  • Britian
  • Prepare for war and to negotiate an alliance with the Iroquois!
  • The French built a chain of forts from Lake Ontario to the Ohio River. In response, the British governor of Virginia asked George Washington, a young militia officer, to expel the French
  • We must go on a retreat 
  • Ohio River in the spring of 1754, they encountered a small French force. After a brief battle, Washington retreated a short distance and built a stockade named Fort Necessity. A little over a month later, a large French force arrived and forced Washington to surrender. Meanwhile, the fighting between France and Britain expanded into a world war.
  • Britain asked its colonies to prepare for war and to negotiate an alliance with the Iroquois. The Iroquois controlled western New York—land the French passed through to reach the Ohio River.
  • French and Native American forces ambushed the British, and Braddock was killed. Washington rallied the men and organized a retreat.
  • *Braddock is dead*
  • The successful ambush emboldened the Delaware people who began attacking British settlers in western Pennsylvania. For the next two years, the French and Indian War, as it was called in the colonies , raged along the frontier.
  • The French and Indian War has started 
  • The British seized Quebec and took control of New France. The war ended in 1763 with the Treaty of Paris, which virtually eliminated French power in North America.
  • The war has ended in 1763.  A lot of people died but there is more power in North America.
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