June 15, 2020
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french and indian war timeline
⟶ Updated 6 Oct 2017 ⟶
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+February 10, 1763 +Treaty of Paris +This ended the 7 years war +This was a treaty signed in paris that declared the end of the french and indian war and the british win.
+May 28, 1754 +First battle of the war +Led by Washington +Washington surprised attack the french and defeated them, later he returns to build fort necessity.
+July 3,1754 +Building and defense of fort necessity +One of first battles of french and insian war in wich George Washington lost
+August 8, 1757 +Siege of fort William Henry +fought between French and british and after many deaths, and explosions monro surrenderd to montcalm.
+August 26, 1758 +Battle of fort Fortenac +British won the french and cutted communication lines between Montreal and Quebec and took over 800,000 pounds of supplies from Fort Fortenac.
+September 14, 1758 +Battle of fort duquense +British surprised attacked the french at fort duquense and burned the fort down. The british rebuilt the fort and later named it fort pitt after William Pitt.
+13 september, 1759 +Defeat of Quebec +Quebec, Canada +James Wolfe led the British Army, Montcalm led the french and the british won this basically started the bloody french and indian war.
+Summer of 1763 +Pontiac's Rebellion +After 7 years war +Native Americans decided to rebel because British didn't want to give them anything and were taking their homes or areas so Native Americans led by pontiac sorrounded and attacked the british.
+Washington's resignation +Washington's carrer started from 1753.
+Pontiac's defeat +1763 +War to kick out settlers from indian established areas.
The french and indian war started may17, 1754 in Canada. It was fought because both both the french and british wanted control over the Ohio River Valley.
They wanted the Ohio River Valley because of its economical power and trading points. It took place in the areas of the great lakes of michigan, Canada and missisipi river. The leader of the war were George Washington, Edward Braddock, James Wolfe, Benjamin Franklin, William Pitt, Pontiac, Louis montcalm. After 9 years the war ended on February 10, 1763 in the signing of the treaty of paris. British won the war.
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