Pontiac's rebellion

Pontiac's rebellion
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  • The rebellion began in May 1763 when the chief Pontiac's men attacked the British forts within one month they took 7 forts.
  • Chief Pontiac did this because he thinks the colonists are going to take their land. so he told his men to start the rebellion against the English.
  • Pontiac led an attack on Fort Detroit and held up for one month. Eventually Pontiac and his men gave up the fort and stopped fighting.
  • To avoid more conflict, King George III signed the Proclamation of 1763. This would stop fighting with the Natives the save English forts.
  • This proclamation forbade the colonist from moving west of the Appalachian mountains. This law also ordered colonist in the Ohio River Valley to move.
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  • The British feared more fighting would take place if the colonists kept moving into the Native American land.
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