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2A-F&I War

2A-French & Indian War (8.19)

Quebec capital of New France
New France depended on fur trade
13 British Colonies needed land for farming
New France better alliances with Native Americans
Ohio River Valley main cause of the war
Iroquois Confederacy alliance of Native Americans
George Washington Virginia militia commander; defended Ohio River Valley
Fort Necessity Washington built; overtaken by French
Fort Dusquesne fort established by French; major British defeat
General Braddock refused to follow Washington's advice regarding battle strategies
William Pitt British prime minister; "win no matter the cost"
Ben Franklin Albany Plan of Union/"Join of Die" cartoon
Albany Plan of Union encouraged one government to make decisions for all 13 colonies
Albany Congress colonists met to discuss Albany Plan of Union
Seven Years War armed conflict between Britain & France
Battle of Quebec turning point of F & I War
Treaty of Paris ended French & Indian War; French lose colony in N. America
Proclamation of 1763 law that stated B. colonists could not settle west of Appalachian Mts.
Battle of Quebec British capture the capital city
militia civilians trained for emergency fighting
Pontiac's Rebellion Native Americans fight against British control of land acquired from F & I War
Proclamation Line boundary meant to keep colonists safe from Native American unrest in land W. of Appalachian Mt.
George Washington sent to warn French to get out of Ohio River Valley
Fort Loudon British massacred by Cherokee; located in Monroe Co. TN
Created by: SDMS-Swain