Seven Years War

  • Start of the War

    Start of the War
    French troops from Canada move south and take over Ohio Valley. But the British protest this invasion and declare that the Ohio Valley is theirs and French cannot take it.
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    French and Indian (Seven Years') War

  • The Beggining of The Fight

    The Beggining of The Fight
    French military leader Ensign de Jumonville and a third of his army were killed by British militia controlled by George Washington. In revenge the French and Indians kill one third of Washington's force and gets them to surrender.
  • British Attacks

    The British attack to try to defeat the French.
  • Start of Seven Years' War

    As the British officially declare war on the French, war spreads to Europe, Africa, the West Indies , and the ocean, becoming the Seven Years' War.
  • General Montcalm Capture

    General Montcalm Capture
    General Montcalm (French) leads raids deep into the American colonies, capturing Fort William Henry, and threatening to drive onto New York. British were kept at bay by Montcalm and his men and his aborigional allies.
  • Rising Colonial Support

    he Treaty of Easton is signed and the British take control of the Forks of the Ohio.
  • The Siege of Quebec

    The Siege of Quebec
    Under William Pitt's leadeership. the British force the French to surrender Quebec after a battle on the Plains of Abraham.
  • End of War in America

    The British capture Montreal ending the conflict in North America.
  • The Fall of New France

    The Fall of New France
    Defeat of French forces through the strategy used by Wolfe who landed his troups at night on the plains of Abraham.The French reinforcements arrived too late to help the garnison there. It fell under military occupation and rule of the British.
  • Pontiac's War

    Pontiac's War
    Pontiac's War, Pontiac's Conspiracy, or Pontiac's Rebellion was a war that was launched in 1763 by a loose confederation of elements of Native American tribes primarily from the Great Lakes region, the Illinois Country, and Ohio Country
  • Battle of Signal Hill

     Battle of Signal Hill
    Last battle of the North American theatre of the Seven Years' War. The British under Lieutenant Colonel William Amherst forced the French to surrender St. John's, which they had seized earlier that year in a surprise attack.
  • Treaty of Paris

    The Treaty of Paris ends the war between Britain and France.
  • The End of the War

    The End of the War
    King George III signs the Proclamation of 1763 reserving land west of the Allegheny Mountains for Indians. This has marked the virtual end of the war.