The start of the war was begun by Washington, an American General, leading his troops to attack and defeat small french force. They would later be counterattacked and defeated.
In 1755, British armies forced the French out of two of their forts near Nova Scotia. The British would later be defeated by General Edward Braddock and his force. Unfortunately, Braddock died in combat and Washington lead a skillful retreat which saved more than half of the army.
General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm defeated British at Lake Ontario and Lake George. Meanwhile the Indians raided the British fronts Near Pennsylvania and Virginia. The Indians where quite successful.
Though throughout all of the defeat, the British did manage to capture the french governor of Montreal and make the French surrender the rest of Canada within the defeat.
The Treaty of Paris declared the end of the French/Indian war. The British got to keep Canada, the Great Lakes region, the Ohio River valley, and Florida.
After the war, Britain was broke and decided that the colonists should pay more taxes for their war. This upset the colonists and strung the colonies together. This also started the colonists to think of them selfs as different from the British. This would later lead to The American Revolutionary War...