French and Indian War

By Martyp
  • Fort Necessity

    Fort Necessity
    Fort Necessity caused the unoffical start of the French and Indian war. George Washington was at the fort and had to surrender the fort to the french.
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    French Indian War

  • Albany Congress

    Albany Congress
    At this meeting, a group of pepople discuss if the therteen colonies should be one union.
  • Braddock arrives in Williamsburg

    Braddock arrives in Williamsburg
    Gen. Braddock arrives in Williamsburg as commander of British forces in North America
  • Ft. Duquesne

    Ft. Duquesne
    Gen. Braddock's force of 1450 men surrounded and defeated by largly outnumbered Indian and French-Canadian forces
  • Massacre at Fort William Henry

    Massacre at Fort William Henry
    Following surrender of British and colonial garrison to Montcalm, Indians killed 185 and took 310 British captive.
  • Battle of Quabec

    Battle of Quabec
    Through British commander Gen. Wolfe is killed along with the French commander, British forces sieze Quebec in dramatic uphill attack.
  • Fort Niagra

    Fort Niagra
    This fort fell to the British in a nineteen day siege in July 1759,
  • Hudson River

    Hudson River
    The French abandon Fort Carrillon when it is besieged by British General Jeffery Amherst. As they retreat, the French also destroy their fort as Crown Point.
  • Battle of Montreal

    Battle of Montreal
    General Vaudreuil of New France surrenders Montreal, the last French stronghold in North America, without firing a shot when a British army of 17,500 British regulars, American provincial troops, and Indians converge on the city from three directions
  • Poniacs rebellion begins

    Poniacs rebellion begins
    The Indian tribes of the Ohio Valley were surprised and angered by the defeat of their French allies in the French and Indian War. When word arrived in the Ohio Valley that the tribes were expected to turn their loyalty to a new European monarch they were outraged and rebelled
  • Treaty of paris

    Treaty of paris
    France gives up claims to all of its North American possessions. All land west of the Mississippi and New Orleans goes to Spain. All land east of the Mississippi River and Canda goes to England.
  • End of Pontiacs Rebellion

    End of Pontiacs Rebellion
    Disease, starvation, internal dissent, British military action, and opposition from the Seven Nations of Canada will force most of the Indian nations to quit the rebellion.