anonymous
  • anonymous
In which continent did England become dominant after the French and Indian War? A) Asia B) South America C) North America D) Europe
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anonymous
  • anonymous
North America. The French and the Indians allied together to fight the British in North America. In fact, it was the debts of fighting this war in the colonies that caused Britain to heavily tax the Thirteen Colonies leading to the American Revolution.
IsTim
  • IsTim
Which Indians?
anonymous
  • anonymous
French and Indian War refers to the Native Americans. Its actually just a branch of the Seven Years War between England and France in Europe.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
norht america mostly columbus and john cabot took the credit but thats the critical part but mainly what im tryna say is norhth america
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks

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