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The British Settlers in North America By:Chyanne and Rebecca

By keller
  • Jan 1, 1500

    The British arrive.

    The British arrive.
    English settlers attempt to set up permanent colonies in North America. This happened in the late 1500s.
  • Roanoke Island colony

    Roanoke Island colony
    Sir Walter Raleigh organized one of the first attempts to make a colony. THe first colony was located on Roanoke Island off the coast of present-day North Carolina.
  • Roanoke Island colony disappears

    Roanoke Island colony disappears
    After John White comes back from getting supplies in England, he finds the Roanoke Island colony abbandoned. No one has ever found out what happened. All that was left is a tree carving.
  • Jamestown colony

    Jamestown colony
    England had settled its first permanent colony at Jamestown, Virginia.
  • The British Traders move to trade

    The British Traders move to trade
    The British moved west in order to trade with the American Indians in the Indiana area.
  • Trade with the British

    Trade with the British
    Cheif La Demoiselle of the Piankashaw Indians set up a new village Pickawillany, in order to be closer to the British traders. Other Miami Indians soon followed. Soon the American Indians at Pickawillany signed a treaty with the British.
  • The start of the French and Indian War

     The start of the French and Indian War
    The French and the British along with Indians on both sides went to war over control of the land and fur trade.
  • France is losing

    France is losing
    France was starting to lose control over the war and started running out of supplies.
  • The war is over and the Peace of Paris

    The war is over and the Peace of Paris
    France lost the French and Indian War to the British. The Peace of Paris was signed by both sides causing most of the French territory to the British.
  • Pontiac's War

    Pontiac's War
    Pontiac led a rebellion agaisnt the British were the Indians captured multiple British forts. Pontiac lost to the British in what became Pontiac's War.