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The French and Indian War was the last and most important of a series of colonial conflicts between the British and the American colonists on one side, and the French and their broad network of Native American allies on the other. Fighting began in the spring of 1754, but Britain and France did not officially declare war against each other until May 1756 and the outbreak of the Seven Years War in Europe.
The French and Indian War resulted from tensions on the American frontier between Britain and the 13 colonies, and France and the colonists in its American territory of New France.
you had the indians mixed with the french
then you had the British/Americans
After the conclusion of the French and Indian War in America, the British Empire began to tighten control over its rather autonomous colonies. This royal proclamation, which closed down colonial expansion westward, was the first measure to affect all thirteen colonies. In response to a revolt of Native Americans led by Pontiac, an Ottawa chief, King George III declared all lands west of the Appalachian Divide off-limits to colonial settlers
facts about the proclamation of 1763: you had to purchase the land you could not take it colonists were expected to pay tax British gained revenue from the taxes
as you can see there was a lot going on at this time -Mak
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