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The French and Indian War was a conflict between France and Great Britain.
It was a war to decide which nation would control the Ohio Valley.
Benjamin Franklin proposed the Albany Plan of Union, which was the alliance of the British Colony.
The Treaty of Paris ended the war in 1763. The treaty gave Britain Canada and the land east of the Appalachian Mountains.
The treaty made France give up Canada and the Ohio Valley.
Britain imposed the Proclamation of 1763 on the colonist, which prohibited the colonist and American Indians from killing each other.
No more fighting!
The war cost Britain a lot of money so, they had to pay debt. The colonist became angry.
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