Spencer Livingston, French Indian war

Spencer Livingston, French Indian war

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  • The French Indian War started from border and territory dispute. George Washington lead British forces in an attempt to expel the French, only to fail.
  • The British sent General Edward Braddock to America, though he did not work well with the colony leaders and other soldiers.
  • General Braddock was ambushed and mortally wounded on an expedition to Fort Duquesne on July 13, 1755. He later died.
  • For several years, the war was a stalemate, while in Europe, the French took over Minorca in the Mediterranean in 1756. This was a great Naval accomplishment.
  • Soon the British Invaded Canada 1759. When the French began to seek peace, but Britain wanted not only Canada, but other Unacceptable concessions.
  • On August 15 1761, the Spanish signed a contract to help the French. But the British defeated them, despite their powerful Alliance. On 1763, the British won. They gained a great deal of land, but this lead to forming a new enemy, the Colonies.
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