October2- the conquest and amer. revo.

October2- the conquest and amer. revo. - Tuesday, October...

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Tuesday, October 02, 2007 The Conquest/ Canada and the American Revolution Part 1. Causes and Immediate Effects of the Conquest Causes of the conquest and the struggle for the continent British set sights on new France They thought the best way to attain them was to disrupt their relationships with the aboriginals – Iroquois, Delaware, Shawnee May 1757: Easton treaty o British essentially neutralized alliance with new France and 3 nations above 2 nd target is st. Lawrence o 20,000 soldiers sent by British o By 1759 these soldiers would make their way to Quebec City and surround them by the end of summer. o Formerly surrender September 8 4500 men under command of James wolf to plains of Abraham Military Government (1760-1763) o Articles of Capitulation The French had to law down their arms New Frances territory was now under British military rule Those who wished to return to France were allowed to do so. The elite of the colony( government admin., army officers, and
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