French and Indian War

  • Albany Plan of Union

    Albany Plan of Union
    The exact date is unknown, although the year was 1754. Ben Franklin wanted New England, NY, MD, and PA to form together as one. Albany Congress failed to succed and then the Iroquoi's broke off relations with the British and threatened to stand with the French and trade with them, too.
  • First Clash!

    First Clash!
    There is no exact date to the First Clash but in was in the year of 1754. In the Ohio Valley the British and the French attacked with George Washington in control of the French (Fort Neccissity) and Delaware amd Shawnee Indians with Fort Duquesne.
  • War Started

    War Started
    The war formally started on July 3, 1754, It all srated when the French and Indians attacked Fort Neccissity.
  • Britsh Domination

    Britsh Domination
    There was not an exact date to this event but in was in the year of 1755. The British decided to eliminate French presence in North American. British general wanted French to go away from the OH Valley and Canada. he attacked OH Valley, Mohawk Valley, and Canada. Doing so, with success, he expelled the French from Lousiana as-well.
  • War Formally Started

    War Formally Started
    The war formally started in May, 1756, although I do not know the exact date/day. The war was foramlly started in May, 1756 after the French dominated the English at Fort Oswego and Ticonderoga.
  • William Pitt becomes Foreign Minister

    William Pitt becomes Foreign Minister
    William Pitt became Foreign Minister during the yaer of 1757, altough there was no exact date of the event. William Pitt was offered the compromise, understood colonial conerns, and began adapting to war stategies (landscape of American frontier). Because of what Pitt had done the colonial morale increased a lot by 1758.
  • Tide Turns for England

    Tide Turns for England
    January 5 is not the exact date, nor is 1758 becasue this event lasted several years. Throughout the years 1758-1761 Spain became a French ally.
  • British Capture Quebec

    British Capture Quebec
    January 6 is not the exact date, although 1759 is the right year. There is no legitimate date. This was when Britain captured the City of Quebec and destroyed New France's supplies. You see, Quebec led New France's supplies through the river, and when the British captured Quebc in the turnpike of the river, they destroyed both, Quebec and New France's supplies.
  • Treaty of Paris

    Treaty of Paris
    This was not the exact date of the Treaty of Paris, but the year was correct. There is no legitimate date/day of the Treaty.
    The Treaty of Paris explained and finalized what all the groups/allies/war sides recieved.
    French - lost Canada, most of India and lands east of the Missippi River
    Spain - got French land west of the Missippi River, New Orleans; lost Flordia to English
    England - all French lands in Canada, exclusive rights to two Carribbean islands (slave trade) commercial dominance-india
  • Proclomation Line of 1763

    Proclomation Line of 1763
    January 8 was not the exact date, although 1763 Here are a few facts aboutt the Proclamation Line of 1763.
    1. Fighting wars was expensive and protecting
    2. Save money for england.
    3. King George III forbide colonists from settling west of the Appalachaian Mountains
    4. Colonists moved west and ignored the Proclomation
    5. The British found it difficult to enforce
    6. Colonists became very unhappy with the control of the British government
  • Pontiac Surrenderred

    Pontiac Surrenderred
    There is not an exact date, although the year is still 1766. After three years of fighting, other India groups grew weary of the war and left. Pontiac surrendered in 1766. British gave small-pox infected blankets to the Indians to Fort Pitt.