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French & Indian War

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Who were the major powers in North America, which had land claims? Great Britain and France (Spanish and Russia) were the major powers in North America.
in 1750, what part of Canada did Russia control? The Western Alaskan Coast
In 1750, which land areas did Spain control? New Spain(Mexico), Cuba, Puerto Rico, Baha Peninsula, Spanish Florida
The French and Indian War was fought to control which continent? North America
The Ohio River Valley marked the first __________________. clash in North America
Fort Duquesne was a ________________________. French fort (establishment, settlement)
Fort Necessity was an _________________________. English/British fort (establishment, settlement)
Who was the leader of Fort Necessity? George Washington
George Washington was the leader of what? Fort Necessity
Who was sent by Great Britain to drive the French out of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia? George Washington served as one of his guides. General Edward Braddock
Who served as one of General Edward Braddock's guides? George Washington
George Washington served as one of whose guides? General Edward Braddock
Who was sent by Great Britain to drive the French out of the Newfoundland and Nova Scotia? General Edward Braddock
General Edward Braddock was sent by _______ to drive the ____ out of _______ and _______. Great Britain, French, newfoundland, Nova Scotia
In 1755, the only British victory was evicting the French from ________. Louisiana
In _, the only _____ was evicting the ____ from Louisiana. 1755, British victory, French
Who is given credit for Great Britain starting to have success against the French? William Pitt
Who is credited with improving the colonials morale? William Pitt
William Pitt is given credit for ___________ starting to have _______ against the _____. Great Britain, success, French
William Pitt is ___________with ______ the ______________________. credited , improving, colonials morale
Which country became an ally of France? Spain
Spain because an ally of which country? France
What is a treaty? A formal agreement between opposing parties.
What were conditions of the Treaty of Paris of 1763? FRANCE Conditions were that France lot her Canadian possession, most of her empire in India, and claims to land east of the Mississippi River to Britain.
What were the conditions of the Treaty of Paris of 1763? SPAIN Spain got all French lands west of the Mississippi River, new Orleans, but lost Florida to England.
What were the conditions of the Treaty of Paris of 1763? ENGLAND England got all French lands in Canada, exclusive rights to Caribbean slave trade, and commercial dominance in India.
What's the acronym for the chart? Feisty Oranges Deserve Financial Disgrace
What does FODFD stand for? Methods of Fighting, Military Organization, Military Discipline, Finances, Demeanor
What are the differences between Methods of Fighting between the American Colonists and the British? The American Colonists used Indian-style tactics-hiding and then jumping out when the enemy least expects it. The British marched in formation or bayonet(sword, knife) charge.
What are the differences between Military Organization between the colonists and British? On the colonists side, colonial militias served under their own captains(i.e. Massachusetts and Rhode Island had an excellent militia.) Armies were small. On the British side, British officers wanted to take charge of colonials.
What are the differences in Military Discipline between the colonists and the British? The colonists had no military deference or protocols(procedure) observed. The British has drills and touch discipline(lots of practice) involved.
What are the difference in finances between the colonists and the British? The colonists had resistance to rising taxes. The British said that the colonists should pay for their own defense.
What are the differences in demeanor between the colonists and the British? The colonists were casual, non-professionals. The British were prima donna British officers with servants and tea settings.
Created by: Katrina1212