French and Indian War

French and Indian War
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  • In 1775, the British successfully attacked 2 forts near Nova Scotia, but lost half their troops when they marched into an ambush.
  • In 1756 and 1757, French General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm destroyed 2 British forts at Lake Ontario and Lake George while the Indians raided settlements in Pennsylvania and Virginia.
  • In 1758 and 1759, the British cut off French supply ships. As a result, many Indians joined the better supplied British.
  • With the Indians on their side now, the British captured Fort Duquese and Fort Louisbourg, which guarded the entrance to the St. Lawrence River
  • That victory allowed British General James Wolfe to attack the stronghold of Quebec in 1759. Wolfe and his men used the dark night to get to the top of a cliff and occupy it.
  • In 1760, the British captured Montreal and forced the French to give up the rest of Canada.
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