DQ British and Colonnial Operations

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Unformatted text preview: // Please use this as a reference and compile your own answer with its help // Best regards // // Honest Abe // Discuss British/Colonial operations against New France during Queen Anne's War. Elaborate on how both parties, Britain and Colonial viewed the fate of Walker's expedition. Queen Annes war was part of the War of Spanish Succession that took place in North America between 1702 and 1713. In the beginning of the war, Native Americans allied with the French and performed many raids against the New England settlers, including the Deerfield raid in February 1704. English made unsuccessful attempts to defend themselves. They attempted three times to capture Port Royal in Acadia, and were finally successful in September of 1710, when led by Francis Nicholson. Nicholson attempted a failed expedition against Quebec in 1709. In 1710, Nicholson had finally Nicholson attempted a failed expedition against Quebec in 1709....
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