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Grade 5 US History

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Who fought in the French & Indian War? The French and Indians vs. British soldiers and the colonists
Why was the French & Indian War fought? Because both sides wanted the same land (in the Ohio Valley)
What were the effects of the French & Indian War? Effects of the French & Indian War: 1. The Treaty of Paris (the French lost most of its land in North America. 2. The war cost a lot of money so King George III started taxing the colonists.
What does "No Taxation without Representation" mean? "No Taxation without Representation" The Colonists were angry that Britain taxed them, without having anyone speaking for them (the Colonists). They wanted a representative for the Colonists to be present when decisions were being made in Britain.
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