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French and indian war (11)
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French and indian war (11)
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French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
French and indian war (11)
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  • 1. Competition for an Empire ENGLAND VS. FRANCE
  • 2.
    • Replaced Spain as England’s main rival
    • French and English dislike each other strongly
      • Wars constantly
    • Conflicts spread to America
    FRANCE
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • Most sided with French
      • Why?
        • Treated them better
    • Iroquois - Neutral
      • Helped England occasionally
        • The enemy of my enemy is my friend
    NATIVE AMERICANS
  • 5.
    • Ohio Valley
      • Both sides claimed it
      • Both try to control it
    EARLY CONFLICTS
  • 6.  
  • 7.
    • Begins in 1754
    • Who started it?
      • George Washington
    WAR
  • 8.
    • Early Life
      • Born Feb. 22, 1732 in Virginia
        • 2 nd Son
      • Planter Class
      • Successful surveyor
      • Joins Virginia Militia
    WASHINGTON
  • 9. MARRIAGE OF GEORGE AND MARTHA
  • 10. MOUNT VERNON
  • 11.
    • Military Life
      • Lt. Colonel in Virginia Militia
      • Ordered to remove the French from the Ohio Valley (1754)
    WASHINGTON
  • 12.
    • English were building a fort in W. Pennsylvania
      • Washington is ordered to protect the workers
      • French take it
        • Ft. Duquesne (Du-Kane)
    WAR
  • 13.
    • Washington arrives
      • Attacks a French scout party
      • French go after him
      • Retreat!!!!!
      • Ft. Necessity
    WAR
  • 14.  
  • 15. FORT NECESSITY
  • 16.  
  • 17.
    • Bad Mistake
      • Built in a clearing
      • Built in the low ground
      • Surrounded by trees
    • French demand surrender
      • July 4, 1754
    FORT NECESSITY
  • 18.
    • More conflicts will result
      • World War
        • America, Europe, Asia
        • Europe - Seven Years War
    WAR EXPANDS
  • 19.  
  • 20.
    • The French are winning in the first half of the war
    • The British begin to win as the war drags on
      • Treaty ends War in 1763
    • Lessons. . . . .
    SYNOPSIS
  • 21.
    • Through the war, the British treated American Colonists as “little brothers.”
      • Little respect
      • Lower Pay, Rank
    • George Washington
    LESSONS
  • 22.
    • Tactics
      • American Colonists learn how to defeat the British
        • Unintended Consequences
          • Washington
      • Guerilla Warfare
        • Native American battle tactics
    LESSONS
  • 23. BATTLE
  • 24.
    • George Washington
      • Greatness
        • Learning Lessons, knows his limitations
      • Develops into a great leader of men
    WASHINGTON
  • 25.
    • Fighting in Europe and Asia continued for 3 more years
    • Ends in 1763
    SEVEN YEARS WAR
  • 26.
    • Feb. 10, 1763
    • Between England, France and Spain
    • France loses possessions in America
    TREATY OF PARIS
  • 27.
    • War Debt
      • Who should pay?
      • Colonies?
    • England controls land to Mississippi River
    UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES
  • 28.  
  • 29.
    • How does a Mother Country make money from Her Colonies?
    MERCANTILISM
  • 30.
    • Began with “external” taxes
    • Not a huge problem
      • Seen as the Empire’s Right
    • Moved to “internal” taxes
      • Very big problem
        • “ Taxation Without Representation
        • Stamp Act
    TAXATION
  • 31.
    • Individual Colonies becoming United
      • Common Enemy
      • Tactics - Boycotts
    • British arrive in Boston
      • “ Boston Tea Party ”
    • Coercive Acts (Intolerable Acts)
      • More “internal” taxes
      • Punish colonies for Boston Tea Party
    RESULT
  • 32.
    • Coercive Acts
      • More Boycotts called for
    • Boston
      • Boston Massacre
      • Lexington/Concord
    • War. . . . .
    GROWING REBELLION

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