French and Indian War

French and Indian War

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  • Oh No, these Indians want us dead. I see only death in my future.
  • Damned French
  • This war holds promise, let's flush all our funds into it
  • Tensions between Indians were getting worse and worse and the colonist/ Back water folk were being denied back up.
  • The French and the British were already wrapped in a tense war that soon bled into America, seeing the french were allied with Indians.
  • Quebec is ours
  • A British man working for the British government, William Pitt saw some promise in the tension so he put all their money into this war.
  • Sign it, Future #2
  • September 11, 1758 George Washington lead men to Fort Duguesne, which did hold power to the region, to steal it from the French and gain a large chunk of Canada
  • Lets go men, to  Fort Duguesne we go
  • After 3 months of battling, in a battle lasting 15 minutes England Gained Quebec giving them the upper hand and leading to their victory- And Frances 4 years of hardship afterwards as well as Britain needing to further tax the colonies. Eventually leading to the revolutionary war
  • The Treaty of Paris was the end of the revolutionary war and officially made America a country
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