Aftermath of seven years war
Updated: 4/5/2020
Aftermath of seven years war
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  • The After- Math of the seven years war
  • In this Treaty Of Paris the French will give up the control of St. Lawrence area, All Ohio Valley, Great Lakes and French LouisianaSigned: The French Government
  • This is our land nowHAHA
  • After Math of the Seven Years story board.By: Kristen D'Souza
  • In 1763 the Treaty of Paris was signed. The French gave up control of St. Lawrence area, All of Acadia, Ohio Valley, Great Lakes and French Louisiana.
  • Time to Issue the Royal Proclamation
  • The British moved into the interior of North America and the First Nations tribes do not like this. On May 5, 1763, Chief Pontiac leader of the Odawa came up with idea of the rebellion and numerous First Nations groups agree
  • Thanks! Much appreciated.
  • Here are some of your right back
  • The first attack was in May 1763. The First Nations attacked 8 British-held posts around Lake Erie and Lake Huron. The rebellion lasted 3 years. General Amherst suggest biological warfare.
  • On October 7, 1763 the British issued the Royal Proclamation. It did not come into effect until August of 1764. The pontiac rebellion is already underway. (it does not stop the rebellion. Does address some grievances of the First Nations
  • In 1774 the Rights that the French had lost in the Royal Proclamation. Which restored some French Laws. They also expanded Quebec into lands established for the First Nations.
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