French and indian war

French and Indian War

  • Lighting the fire.

    Lighting the fire.
    French troops from Canada march south to seize and fortify the Ohio Valley. Britain protests the invasion and claims Ohio for itself But the French stay.
  • The war begins

    The war begins
    George Washington is kicked out off Fort Duquence and in his rage attacks a French scouting party with his men killing 10 French. This single act set the world to flames and the French and Indian war began.
  • Battle of Monogahela

    Battle of Monogahela
    Major General Edward Braddock troops are defeated in the Battle of the Monongahela Becase of Braddocks inability to adapt to the invirement.
  • William to the Rescue

    William to the Rescue
    William Johnson’s troops stop the French advance at Lake George with the help of the Iroquio indians who Johnson Has prosuaded to fight for him.
  • Battle of Fort William Henry

    Battle of Fort William Henry
    The Battle of Fort William Henry resulted in the loss of British Fort William Henry to a French army under Louis-Joseph de Montcalm in August of 1757. In the aftermath of the siege, some of Montcalm's native allies did not obey the terms of his surrender and massacred the British survivors (men, women and children), making it one of the more famous battles of the French and Indian war,
  • Battle of Quebec

    Battle of Quebec
    The British under General Wolfe besierged Fort Quebec under French General Montcalm. The siege went on for 4 days. In the end the British were victorious and both Gerneral Wolfe and Montcalm were dead.

    The British capture Montreal ending the conflict in North America.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    The Treaty of Paris was signed on 10 February 1763, by the kingdoms of Great Britain, France and Spain, with Portugal in agreement. It ended the French and Indian. The Treaty was made possible by the British victory over the French and the Indians, and it marked the beginning of an era of British dominance outside Europe.
  • Bushy Run

    Bushy Run
    Ottawa Chief Pontiac unites many American Indian nations in an effort to drive British off their land. General Henry Bouquet leads the British army and defeats Native American forces at Bushy Run.
  • Spark

    King George III races taxes and a spark is united that will form a world power.