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The French and Indian War, Chief Pontiac, General Edward, Braddock Marches to Duquesne, Native American, British Lose, Map of Fort Duquesne, Seven Years War, the Battle of Quebec, the Treaty of Paris are main points from this lecture.
The French and Indian War, Chief Pontiac, General Edward, Braddock Marches to Duquesne, Native American, British Lose, Map of Fort Duquesne, Seven Years War, the Battle of Quebec, the Treaty of Paris are main points from this lecture.
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The French and Indian War Docsity.com Chief Pontiac  (Chief of the Ottawa) “These lakes these woods and mountains were left to us by our ancestors. They are our inheritance and we will part with them to no one … You ought to know that He, the Great Spirit and Master of Life, has provided food for us in these spacious lakes and on the woody mountains” Docsity.com      The war that raged in North America from 1754 to 1763 was apart of a larger struggle between France and England, known as the Seven Years’ War Most Native American Indians fought on the side of the French Although few did fight on the side of the English The war began when the English became alarmed at the Forts being built by the French in the Ohio River Valley and George Washington’s defeat at Fort Necessity So the English sent General Edward Braddock commander in chief of the British forces to America to drive the French out of the Ohio Valley Docsity.com The French and Indian War ..

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