After the Seven years war
Updated: 4/2/2020
After the Seven years war
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  • After the Seven years war
  • The impact on the First Nations was big. Most of the tribes were on the French side. So the British did not care if they were low on supplies. The British limited the first nations European supplies.
  • The British were moving into the First nations land. The first nations leader Chief Pontiac leader of Ottawa, made a rebellion and that other tribes can join.
  • The first attack was on May 1763. The Natives took the British by surprise. They attacked around Lake Huron and Lake Erie. The Rebellion Lasted 3 years and 2000 settles died and 400 soldiers died.
  • In 1766 Pontiac was trying to get other tribes south on the rebellion but he did not get a lot. Then Pontiac tried a peace talk with the British. they agreed. Later Pontiac was killed by a rival tribe.
  • Later in 1768 Guy Carleton becomes Governor of Quebec. And he worries that the French will oppose the British. Some of the British colonies did not like the British rules so Guy Carleton got French rule for Quebec.
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