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French and Indian War Vocabulary

French and Indian War Vocabulary

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French and Indian War Facts Vocabulary activities

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  • What is the St. Lawrence River?
  • The St. Lawrence River
  • Why was this river so important?
  • What role did it have in the war?
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  • The St. Lawrence River is one of the largest rivers in North America. The river spans 744 miles from the St. Lawrence Bay to the Great Lakes.
  • The St. Lawrence River was the "key to the continent" of North America. Due to the challenging landscape throughout the Northeast, the river facilitated the shipment of goods and people.
  • Control of the St. Lawrence River allowed those in control to transport essential items throughout the continent during the war. Whoever controlled the river had a major advantage over those forced to trek through the wilderness.
  • The Saint Lawrence River
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