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What was considered the turning point in the French and Indian War? Select the best answer from the choice provided. Pontiac’s Rebellion 1763 Treaty of Paris death of General Edward Braddock capture of Quebec

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  1. YoungStudier
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    The Treaty of Paris of 1763 ended the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France, as well as their respective allies. In the terms of the treaty, France gave up all its territories in mainland North America, effectively ending any foreign military threat to the British colonies there.

  2. anonymous
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    @jackmullen55 @YoungStudier

  3. anonymous
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    Treaty of Paris

  4. anonymous
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    Wait no

  5. anonymous
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    Because it ended the war

  6. anonymous
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    what

  7. YoungStudier
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    The turning point in the war occurred on September 13, 1759, when British General James Wolfe defeated French forces at Quebec in a siege that lasted almost two months. Montreal and Detroit, the other two French strongholds would fall soon after. In 1760, the battered French Army surrendered at Montreal. The entire nation of Canada was relinquished to the British. As part of the 1763 Treaty of Paris, The French lost not only Canada but also all lands in America east of the Mississippi River.

  8. anonymous
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    A turning point is typically something that turns the tables (e.g. Gettysburg in the Civil War)

  9. anonymous
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    so witch one?

  10. YoungStudier
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    D I believe

  11. anonymous
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    ok next one Steven is a soldier in the colonial militia of New Hampshire. His militia group formed after William Pitt expanded the colonial militias. Steven’s unit will probably try to capture _____. Select the best answer from the choice provided. Chief Pontiac’s village Spanish Florida Carolina homesteads Montreal and Quebec

  12. anonymous
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    Most likely D

  13. anonymous
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    Simple geography

  14. anonymous
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    Why did William Pitt promote so many colonial commanders during the French and Indian War? Select the best answer from the choice provided. All the effective British generals were in battle elsewhere. Chief Ottawa demanded that George Washington be promoted. He wanted to make colonists feel good about their soldiers. They provided superior knowledge and skills about fighting in North America.

  15. YoungStudier
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    D I think

  16. anonymous
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    Medak?

  17. YoungStudier
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    They ya go.

  18. anonymous
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    It is D

  19. anonymous
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    Imagine that you live in colonial Massachusetts, and the Proclamation of 1763 passes. You probably do not support the law because _____ Select the best answer from the choice provided. you want to interact with local American Indians your colony is losing territory you want to buy land and build a farm in the West you know the law is not supported by William Pitt

  20. anonymous
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    Thanks man one for you too

  21. YoungStudier
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    LOL, I'm a girl. Thanks :D

  22. anonymous
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    Oops my bad. Star Wars fan and a girl. Nice

  23. anonymous
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    ok im gonna medal youngstudier and ill open a new question and give jack the medal, ok|?

  24. anonymous
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    I think it is B and thats fine

  25. YoungStudier
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    Righto. The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was issued October 7, 1763, by King George III following Great Britain's acquisition of French territory in North America after the end of the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War, which forbade all settlement past a line drawn along the Appalachian Mountains.

  26. anonymous
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    Imagine that you live in colonial Massachusetts, and the Proclamation of 1763 passes. You probably do not support the law because _____ Select the best answer from the choice provided. you want to interact with local American Indians your colony is losing territory you want to buy land and build a farm in the West you know the law is not supported by William Pitt

  27. YoungStudier
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    I think C.

  28. anonymous
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    you jack?

  29. anonymous
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    I want to say C as well

  30. anonymous
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    Who would have been the most eager to settle in the Ohio Country after the French and Indian War? Select the best answer from the choice provided. a British admiral in North America a wealthy trader from New York a French trapper from Quebec a farmer in search of more land

  31. anonymous
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    I would imagine all of them but I think they are looking for D

  32. anonymous
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    ??? what

  33. anonymous
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    nice name btw

  34. anonymous
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    Ditto

  35. anonymous
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    On the name

  36. anonymous
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    lol pikachubacca

  37. anonymous
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    Clever

  38. YoungStudier
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    LOL XD

  39. anonymous
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    ikr

  40. anonymous
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    The PUNZ!!!

  41. YoungStudier
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    I'm not into Pokemon but that is hilarious.

  42. anonymous
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    lol ikr its really smart

  43. anonymous
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    I used to be, then it got to high tech

  44. anonymous
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    The Proclamation of 1763 would have had the most effect on the _____. Select the best answer from the choice provided. Acadians from New France farmers on the frontier British generals in North America merchants from Massachusetts

  45. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    i say D, idk

  46. anonymous
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    No I don't think so

  47. anonymous
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    Probably A

  48. anonymous
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    dangit

  49. anonymous
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    Which event or treaty led to the loss of most of the French territory in North America? Select the best answer from the choice provided. Proclamation of 1763 death of General Edward Braddock laws of William Pitt 1763 Treaty of Paris

  50. YoungStudier
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    D

  51. anonymous
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    Hold on I need to do an assignment real quick brb

  52. anonymous
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    ok

  53. anonymous
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    just u and me know youngstudier

  54. anonymous
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    What did colonial troops and commanders gain after fighting in the French and Indian War? Select the best answer from the choice provided. respect of American Indian chiefs experience and reputation fame and riches admiration of Chief Pontiac

  55. YoungStudier
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    Because: The Treaty of Paris of 1763 ended the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France, as well as their respective allies. In the terms of the treaty, France gave up all its territories in mainland North America, effectively ending any foreign military threat to the British colonies there.

  56. YoungStudier
    • one year ago
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    B i believe

  57. anonymous
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    Which event or treaty was designed to stop settlement beyond the Appalachian Mountains? Select the best answer from the choice provided. 1763 Treaty of Paris French and Indian War capture of Quebec Proclamation of 1763

  58. anonymous
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    this one? idk

  59. YoungStudier
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    The Royal Proclamation of 1763 was issued October 7, 1763, by King George III following Great Britain's acquisition of French territory in North America after the end of the French and Indian War/Seven Years' War, which forbade all settlement past a line drawn along the Appalachian Mountains.

  60. YoungStudier
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    D

  61. anonymous
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    omg 4 more questions

  62. anonymous
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    Why was the French and Indian War different from past European colonial wars? Select the best answer from the choice provided. It started in North America and later spread to Europe. It finally allowed colonial troops to fight. American Indians fought with the European colonies. It was only fought in North America not in Europe.

  63. YoungStudier
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    I think C, not sure...

  64. anonymous
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    Imagine that you are a colonel in the Virginia militia. You have recently been promoted. You now share your expertise with a new British general who listens to your advice. What event might have happened recently? Select the best answer from the choice provided. William Pitt became leader of Great Britain Louisburg fell to British forces Treaty of Paris was signed Pontiac’s Rebellion has started

  65. YoungStudier
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    Um, I'm not sure...

  66. anonymous
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    ok,lets skip that one

  67. anonymous
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    Pontiac was the name of a _____. Select the best answer from the choice provided. French general British prime minister Ottawa tribe chief French diplomat

  68. anonymous
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    do u know it?

  69. YoungStudier
    • one year ago
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    It's a car. :D

  70. anonymous
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    wow the image was blocked by the wifi of my school lol

  71. YoungStudier
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    Pontiac, or Obwandiyag, was an Ottawa war chief who became noted for his role in Pontiac's War, an American Indian struggle against British military occupation of the Great Lakes region and named for him. Wikipedia

  72. anonymous
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    so D

  73. anonymous
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    Its D

  74. YoungStudier
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    What? No, C.

  75. anonymous
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    u sure?

  76. anonymous
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    Imagine that you are a colonel in the Virginia militia. You have recently been promoted. You now share your expertise with a new British general who listens to your advice. What event might have happened recently? Select the best answer from the choice provided. William Pitt became leader of Great Britain Louisburg fell to British forces Treaty of Paris was signed Pontiac’s Rebellion has started

  77. anonymous
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    2 more questions

  78. YoungStudier
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    ...

  79. anonymous
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    ok 2 more and im probably done depends my score, heres one Imagine that you are a colonel in the Virginia militia. You have recently been promoted. You now share your expertise with a new British general who listens to your advice. What event might have happened recently? Select the best answer from the choice provided. William Pitt became leader of Great Britain Louisburg fell to British forces Treaty of Paris was signed Pontiac’s Rebellion has started

  80. YoungStudier
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    I don't know this one...

  81. anonymous
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    ill ask jack, jack u know this one youngstudier doesnt

  82. anonymous
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    @jackmullen55 u know this one

  83. anonymous
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    One sec

  84. anonymous
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    ok

  85. anonymous
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    I honestly don't have an idea love. I'm sorry

  86. anonymous
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    ok, ill guess on this one, can i give u the last one?

  87. anonymous
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    this is the very last one Why did the British probably believe the Proclamation of 1763 was a good thing for the colonists of North America? Select the best answer from the choice provided. They would be protected from American Indian tribes. It would increase value of land for the colonists. It would keep French explorers away from the colonists. All answers are correct.

  88. anonymous
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    jack?

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