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1. How did Indians respond once they learned of the terms of the Treaty of Paris? How did settlers and British soldiers react to the Indian response? The Indians declared war. They saw Britain’s victory as a threat to their freedom; most of the territorial changes had been their land and it angered them for it to be given to the British without their consent. Their terror tactics and psychological warfare unnerved British soldiers who were pieced together from the sick and wounded. The settlers resented the arrogance of the officers and thought that the officers were threats to their liberty, property and daughters. 2. In what way did Spain go about assuming control of Louisiana and how well did their efforts work? France gave Louisiana to Spain; partly to ease their loss in the Seven Years War, but mostly to keep Britain from attaining it. Spain accepted the costly proposition because it also wanted to halt Britain’s expansion, especially keeping it from the silver in Mexico. The Peace of Paris ended the French rule, but Spain was in no hurry to take over. During the meantime, French laws and practices were still in effect. A Spanish governor was appointed to preside over Louisiana and he allowed the French governor to remain in nominal control because he didn’t have the resources to defend the colony on his own. The French population became unrest and Ulloa
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