French and Indian War

Updated: 10/7/2021
French and Indian War

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  • Ohio River Valley
  • This River has plenty of great resources. Like beaver fur and good farmland.
  • Yes, I agree this would be really good for farming.
  • Battle of Quebec
  • We need to launch an attack. And take over the whole fort.
  • The Indian and the French relationships
  • We are acquaintanceswith the French. Because they are more helpful to us.
  • French
  • The Ohio River Valley was very important because of the fertile soil. Everyone wanted it. They built forts along the river to try and keep the British from invading in their land.
  • Fort Duquesne
  • We need to be way more quite. We are being to loud.
  • I see a group of people in bright colors being loud.
  • The French had already built a fort in the spot Washington want to build his. So Washington decides to launch a surprise attack on the French.
  • George Washington
  • Should I join the army? There is no peace.
  • I am going to make a army, and form a continental army as a commander.
  • The French and the Indians make good friends. Because France trades with them. And does other things with the Indians. This makes the Indians team up with the French instead of the British.
  • Forts
  • We might want to build a fort like this to keep people out. Or defense.
  • Or you a fort like this. That can fit a family. You would build many of them
  • This may have not happened if Washington had not launched an attacked the French at fort Duquesne. Duquesne walked through the woods loudly and wore bright colored clothes. And were ambushed.
  • Let's ambush them
  • George Washington made many achievements in his time period. But he also made some mistakes. For example George Washington formed an army as a commander. There was no peace. So people were deciding weather do join or not.
  • There were many forts located everywhere. For example along the Ohio River. Forts were very important for families. Because it was a house to them. And they also used them as not only houses but defense. To block other people from invading