French and Indian war

French and Indian war

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  • The Britan declared war on France in 1756. 
  • The cause of the war:
  • Both the British and the French wanted to expand and conquer the land in the Ohio River Valley 
  • General Braddock led 1500 men to Fort Duquesne, they were ambushed and defeated French and Indian soldiers.
  • General Braddock
  • Battle of Fort Oswego:
  • This was a very one-sided battle. About 50-80 British were killed but 1,700 collectively were taken, prisoner. On the other side, only 30 French were dead or wounded.
  • We don't belong in here, we should try and escape.
  • Did you not hear what happened to Bill? He escaped and was killed by either the Indians and the French.
  • Surrender of Montreal:
  • The British had taken Quebec City. British forces of almost 18,000, under the command of Jefferey Amherst, besieged Montreal. There we only 2,100 French left to defend Quebec city. After three days the French were forced to surrender. 
  • France had to give up all of its North American territories. Britan gained all of the land east of the Mississippi River. Spain gained the land west of the Mississippi River.
  • Treaty of Paris:
  • The war was 7 years. 
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