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the french and indian war

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on 5 January 2018

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Transcript of the french and indian war

The war was fought between Britain and France and witnessed by the Americans joining forces with the British against the French and Indians. The Indians fought for both sides but mainly the French
Britain wins the war leading to the Treaty of Paris
Britain sent more troops and supplies to the colonies and won the war. The war ended with the treaty of Paris which said, Britain now owned most of Canada, all lands east of the Mississippi river, and Florida. The French were not happy that the British got half the land and the Indians got half the land, and they just fought in a war and didn’t even get a lot of land. They only got a part of the land east of the Mississippi river because the British were already living there, and the French had lost most of the land they once had.
more troubles
Even after Britain made the treaty the war was still fought because they did not have telephones back then so they have to send a letter which took months to get to America. When the war ended the British were not happy that their king was taxing their things but the king was broke and had to pay for the war. The people in America were refusing to pay taxes so the king taxed the sugar in the Bahamas. The king got the money and the colonist got the sugar.
Conflicting Claims
Both Great Britain and France laid claim to the Ohio valley, a massive piece of land that stretched from the Ohio River to the Application Mountains to the Mississippi river. The French sent troops to drive out the British which made the British declare war. By the mid 1700's both Britain and France had formed alliances with many Native American tribes in the Ohio Valley. Once fighting for the Ohio Valley, both sides started to ask their allies for help.
The Stamp Act
To buy most kinds of paper a certain stamp had to be put on the package to show that tax had been paid. If the tax stamp was not on the package the solders could arrest the people who took the cards or package. The colonists were not happy with the king because they had no representation in parliament so no one could speak for them in court.
the French and Indian war
1754
1763
1750
1763
The war started with George Washington building Fort Necessity, because he built Fort Necessity the French and their Native American allies attacked which started the French and Indian war
1765
The Townshed Acts
Parliament made tea, glass, paint, and paper also have taxes on them. The law also set up a group of new tax collectors to make sure people were paying all their taxes. Parliament did repeal the stamp act. the king thought the Townshed acts were fair.
The Boston Tea Party
Parliament passed the tea act creating a legal monopoly. A legal monopoly is when someone has complete control over a good or service which includes pricing and competition. The king of England said that only East India Company was allowed to sell tea.
The Coercive Acts
Parliament passed a new set of laws to punish the Massachusetts colonies. People were forced to follow laws they felt were unfair. People were forced to share their homes with soldiers.
The First Continental Congress
Lexington / Concord
People in Britain were worried about the trouble of the colonies because some people in Britain had family in America.
People in Massachusetts built militia units people called minutemen because they could be ready to fight in a minutes notice.
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