French and Indian War and Treaty of Paris (jan 1, 1756 – jan 1, 1763)
The French and Indian War was a great conflict between Great Britain and France for control over North America. Great Britain gained victory in the war and was now in control of Canada and East of the Mississippi River. They also gained control over Florida from Spain. In exchange, Spain gained control over Louisiana, the Mississippi River delta, and New Orleans. The Treaty of Paris ended the war in 1763.
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Conflict of Empire