4.2 Option A - British North America 1763-1783 Summary Chart and Timeline.docx

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/654.2 Option A - British North America 1763-1783 Summary Chart and Timeline Use the resources provided for this lesson to complete the chart summarizing what was happening, who was affected and how they were affected by British colonial rule in North America at this time. (9x5=45)EventWHAT was happening?WHOdid it affect?HOW did it affect them?Image to Represent the Event – why chosenThe Ohio ValleyThe English wanted to expand in the west. Ohio Valley was in the west by the First Nation territories. The English wanted to occupy Ohio as well.It affected the French,American Indians, English people.The English wanted the Ohio valleyin order to settle west of the Allegheny Mountains for farming. The French wanted to control the American Indian fur trade on all the land they claimed.The American Indians wanted to continue with their lifestyle and trade with the Europeans.I chose the map because, we can see and understand the location of the Ohio valley.Pontiac’s ResistancePontiac’s war was the most successful first nations resistance to the European Invasion in out history. Chief Pontiac and his First Nations people fought back against the English after they tried tosettle in the Ohio Valley. The First Nations won theThis war affected the Native people, Englishand People of the 13 colonies.This war affected the English as they understood the Power of the Native people and realised that they should seek more peaceful relations with the Native in Ohio Valley.They issued a proclamation of 1763 which stopped colonist from settling in the region, to avoid issues. I chose the Chief Pontiac image itself in order to show what he looked it. As the chief was an important 1
/65attack and it made the British recognise the Native rights.character in the war, was apowerful person, and the war is named after him, soI felt it important to add his picture.The Royal Proclamation 1763The Proclamation was issued by the King George III on October, following the Great Britain’s possession of French territory in North America after the Seven Years War. The proclamation stopped all settlement west of a line

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