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“The Savage Indian killed the men…Ravesht the women [as the children]  had their brains dasht out Against Stones and trees” o fueled more British dislike of the Native and the French War for Empire: British Phase, 1758-1762 Turning Points, 1757-1758 o Neutralization of western Indian tribes at Easton, PA Conference British bribed the Natives and told them they could remain on their land  and they wouldn’t be forced off Promised that after the war, settlers would be forbidden from settling  west of the Appalachian Mountains Hurt the French a lot b/c they had relied on Indian alliance o British alliance with the Iroquois (Six Nations) o William Pitt becomes Prime Minister of Britain Pitt’s Strategy Manpower: British outnumbered French 14 to 1 in n. America so  use advantage to mobilize more men Military power: ships from Royal Navy cut of ST. Lawrence and  30,000 more professional soldiers sent over Money Power: London takes on more costs of the war, nearly 1  million pounds/year Mediation power: alleviate tensions between regular soldiers and 
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