Gentry, French and indean war
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The French and Indian war was a conflict between the French and the British. It was a war to decide witch nation would control the Ohio River Vally.
Benjamin Franklin proposed the Albany Plan of Union witch was the plan for the British colony's to unite and fight France.
The tready of 1763 ended the war in 1763.
The treaty gave Britain Ohio River Vally, and Canada. Also France lost power and money.
Britain imposed the Proclamation of 1763 on the colonists witch prohibited them from crossing the Appalachians.
The war cost Britain a lot of money so they taxed them. The colonists became angry.
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