French & Indian War

McGill, Sara Ann
August 2017
French & Indian War;8/1/2017, p1
Presents an overview of the French and Indian War, which began in 1755. Conflict between Great Britain and France over North American territory; Attack by French forces and their Native American allies on the colonial militia at Fort Necessity; Reluctance of colonist to support the British Army; Details of the Treaty of Paris, which ended the war in 1763; Postwar territorial divisions.


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