The British Tori and Derek

By keller
  • Ronoake Island

    Ronoake Island
    Sir Walter Raleigh sent English settlers to Ronoake Island to the coast of present-day North Carolina.
  • England's Settlement

    England's Settlement
    The English settled in their first successful, permanent place.
  • Great Britian

    Great Britian
    The English became a part of Great Britian.
  • British Traders

    British Traders
    By the 1740s, British traders moved west, and wanted to trade with the American Indians in the Indiana area.
  • Chief La Demoiselle

    Chief La Demoiselle
    Chief La Demoiselle (duh mwa ZEL) left Kekionga and set up a new village called Pickawillany to be closer to the British traders (pik ah WIL ah nee), and is in what is present-day Ohio.
  • French and Indian War

    French and Indian War
    In 1754 the French and Indian War began between the French and the British, and lasted for nine years. Don't let the name fool you, the French and the American Indians were on the same side, fighting against the British.
  • War is Turning Around

    War is Turning Around
    In 1757, it seemed as though the war was turning against the French and the American Indian allies (who were on the same team) by the end of the year.
  • Fort Detroit

    Fort Detroit
    The British captured Fort Detroit, one of the French's forts.
  • Who Won the War

    Who Won the War
    The British won the war against the French and American Indian allies in the French and Indian War. The British signed a treaty called the Peace of Paris.
  • Pontiac

    Pontiac, and Ottowa Chief, led a rebellion against the British.
  • Proclamation of 1763

    Proclamation of 1763
    The Proclamation of 1763 closed land west of Appalachian Mountains to British settlers.
  • Not Following the Proclamation

    Not Following the Proclamation
    During the 1770s, the Proclamation of 1763 was ignored, and therefore the American Indians were forced out.