French and Indian War and beyond

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Unformatted text preview: French and Indian War (1754-1763) I. Series of Colonial/European Wars I I. Threat of New France A. Why war starts here B. Fort Duquesne C. Albany Congress (Spring 1754) I I I.French and Indian War (When fought in Europe, called Seven Years War A. Washington and Fort Necessity B. Braddock- sent to colonies to take control of the Indians and French C. Louisbourg (July 1758)- Key to the control of the St. Lawrence river. Will allow British and American troops to blockade the French Forts D. Quebec (1759)- City on cliff. When taken, essentially end of the F&I War. E. Conflict with France A. Britain must use their navy, because their army is weak. B. Britain allies with Prussia because they have a good army. C. France attacks the areas surrounding Prussia, because they cant really invade Britain D. British PM Pitt separates different parts of the war into theatres- still used today. E. Prussia hires mercenaries to double the size of their army F. British have to have food and shelter so they start forced encampment and forced quartering Problem with British army was that it was based off of seniority, so not much...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Wood during the Spring '08 term at Tarrant County.

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