The French and Indian war

The French and Indian war
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  • By: Nya Williams 10/31/18 3rd period
  • The French and Indian war 1754 – 1763
  • We need more land!
  • You don´t need any more land you have taken enough from us.
  • Indian Perspective
  • They have stolen our crops and they took more fish than they needed from the river.
  • We need those crops to survive the winter. The fish sense the water getting cold and they swim to a warmer area. We don´t deserve this we never did anything to them.
  • French Perspective
  • They don´t deserve none of these resources; they decided to keep this beautiful land and these useful foods sources and good soil all to themselves witch is selfish.
  • I don´t understand why we have to take their crops, land, and more fish than we can eat.
  • The ending
  • The Seven Years' War, a global conflict known in America as the French and Indian War, ends with the signing of the Treaty of Paris by France, Great Britain, and Spain. 
  • The effects/outcomes
  • The British victory in the French and Indian War had a great impact on the British Empire. Firstly, it meant a great expansion of British territorial claims in the New World. But the cost of the war had greatly enlarged Britain's debt.
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