atc chapters 6-10 - Duel battle between two people The British and the French are dueling The french in canada British in the east coast \u25cf The

atc chapters 6-10 - Duel battle between two people The...

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Duel- battle between two peopleThe British and the French are dueling The french in canadaBritish in the east coastThe competition for North America will absolutely result in the French and Indian warThe natives become allying with the FrenchThe natives and the colonists become allying with the British Why would Indians allied with the French?They were more friendly with the French and less aggressive into expanding ontonative territoryHalf of the natives allied with the FrenchWhy would indians ally with the British?Hoped that once the British expanded the natives could maintain their sovereigntyHalf of the natives allied with the BritishResult of the French and Indian WarVast majority of holdings were seceded to BritainEspecially the ohio river valley region and the West Indies.New Orleans is now in possession by the BritishNew Orleans gives access to the interiorAnd it prevents the colonists from getting in Because the proclamation of 1763 restricted colonists to go past the appalachians in concern for the native americansOhio valley river/region connects to the mississippi river That gives access to the interiorAnother Immediate result of the french and indian war other than access to the interiorImmense debt fell upon BritainBritain was willing to go into debt during the french and idnain war because the colonies generated a lot of revenuesIMpact of the french and indian war on a colonial perspectiveThey were celebrating that they won and it fueled a sense of nationalism in the colonists because they felt that they were undefeatableAnd next with Benjamin Franklin and the albany congressThe british formed the albany congress to organize them for war in order for them to better defend themselves without the British help This was an advantage for the British because they wouldn't have to use as much money Albany congressBenjamin franklin had a plan for unified rule of the colonies7 attended out of 13 Only 7 attended because The colonists wanted to have their own governmental systemTheir own colonial government is more important than to join one in a united fashion
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The colonies know that the british will always be there for them because they know that the british will protect them if they don't join.
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