Differences Between British and French/Native Forces Activity (Valerie Kersting

Differences Between British and French/Native Forces Activity (Valerie Kersting
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  • Fighting Style
  • Native American Relationships
  • Leadership
  • The British Forces wore red uniforms, which were easily seen, and fought in linear (straight) formations when fighting.
  • Fighting Style
  • Britain never wanted to team up with who they called, the "savages" of North America, but eventually ended up teaming with the Iroquois Nation. 
  • Native American Relationships
  • The British leaders, Edward Braddock and James Wolfe, both died during the war, while young George Washington lost Fort Necessity. 
  • Leadership
  • The French Forces used Native American tactics to camouflage into their surroundings, making them harder to see.
  • France had better relationships with the Native Americans,and fur trading allowed them to have more Native alliances.
  •  The French leader was an exepctional military startegist, Louis-Joseph De Montcalm, who lost the city of Quebec to James Wolfe and was also killed in that battle.
  • Valerie Kersting     Period 6
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