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Trouble on the Frontier!!

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Trouble on the Frontier!!

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  1. Trouble on the Frontier!! How did the British gain French territory in North America?

  2. Competing Empires The French and Indian War begins • By the 1750s, the British and French were in conflict over the Ohio River valley. • To protect Britain’s claim to the valley, George Washington built Fort Necessity south of France’s Fort Duquesne . • A large French army forced Washington tosurrender Fort Necessity.

  3. Guess Who??

  4. Competing Empires The Albany Congress • During a meeting in Albany, New York, colonial leaders discussed how to win the war and forming an alliance with the Iroquois , who refused to ally with the British. • Benjamin Franklindrew up the Albany Plan of Union.

  5. What does this mean?

  6. Competing Empires • Provisions of the Plan: 1. A council would have authority over western settlementsand relations with Native Americans. 2. The council could organize armies and collect taxes to pay for expenses. • Colonial assemblies rejectedthe plan.

  7. Early British Defeats • British General General Braddockwas defeated at Fort Duquesne when he ignored warnings about the dangers of ambushes. • In May 1756, Britain declared war on France, the official beginning of the Seven Years’ War. • French General Montcalm captured Fort Oswegoon Lake Ontario and Fort William Henry on Lake George.

  8. The British Turn the Tide • British Prime Minister William Pittsent top generals to command the British. • In the fall of 1758, the British took Fort Duquesne. • In 1759, the British captured Quebec, the capital of New France. • The other major French city, Montreal, fell in 1760.

  9. The British Turn the Tide • Terms of the Treaty of Paris, 1763 • Britain’s new territories: French Canada and all territories east of the Mississippi except New Orleans and Florida • Spain’s new territories: New Orleans and all territories west of the Mississippi

  10. Treaty of Paris