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Running Header: Student Success and Leadership 1 Birthplace Students of history ordinarily start their histories of the American Revolution with the British coalition triumph in the Seven Years' War in 1763. The North American auditorium of the Seven Years' War, regularly known as the French and Indian War in the United States, evacuated France as a noteworthy player in North American undertakings and prompted the cession of the region of New France to Great Britain. Lawrence Henry Gipson, the history specialist of the British Empire, states: It might be said as really that the American Revolution was a consequence of the Anglo-French clash in the New World carried on in the vicinity of 1754 and 1763.[3] The Royal Proclamation of 1763 may have assumed a role in the detachment of the United States from Great Britain, as settlers at the time needed to proceed in the monetarily helpful social routine with regards to taking area for one's own particular employment as a feature of the drive west. The terrains west of Quebec and west of a line running along the peak of the Allegheny
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