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Which of the following was a cause of the French and Indian War? (5 points) Britain and France disputed borders in the Ohio River Valley. French and American smugglers competed for navigation rights on the Ohio River. France and Native Americans disputed trading rights in the Ohio River Valley. Native Americans attacked British forts in the Ohio River Valley.
thats number 2
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3. Which two countries gained territories as a result of the Treaty of Paris 1763? (5 points) Britain and France Canada and France Canada and Spain Spain and Britain 4.
thats number 3
4. Which of the following was a result of the French and Indian War? (5 points) Canadian independence Decreased trade between Britain and the colonies Increased British debt The first treaty signed in the New World
5. What effect did the French and Indian War have on the Native American tribes who fought in it? (5 points) They gained new rights because they had contributed to the overthrow of the French. They gained prestige because they had fought alongside the new settlers of their land. They suffered a loss of steady trade in fur, meat, and grain with European traders. They suffered negative consequences because they lost both their land and their allies.
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Wow, that's a lot of questions. Next time please post a question at a time. It might seem overwhelming for everybody if they see a lot of questions. I will not give you direct answers but i will give you information that may help you. I will start with number 2 since your first question started as # 2. 2.) The colonists called it the French and Indian War, and it permanently shifted the global balance of power. By the mid-18th century, both the British and French wanted to extend their North American colonies into the land west of the Appalachian Mountains, known then as the Ohio Territory. 3.)France and Spain restored all their conquests to Britain and Portugal. Britain restored Manila and Havana to Spain, and Guadeloupe, Martinique, Saint Lucia, Gorée, and the Indian factories to France. In return, France ceded Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Tobago to Britain. 4.)It ended with the British control of North America. However, the French and Indian War was also very expensive and contributed to the conflict between the British and their American colonies. The War, which began in 1754, was the fourth colonial conflict between England and France. 5.) Ok, so basically you have Britain and France (and usually Spain) hating eachother. France is superior in continental Europe and has an amazing army at this time that Britian cannot compete with. So they decide to strike a blow at France's colonies. (there's alot more to it but that's the background in a nutshell). France and virtually every First Nations people in what is now Eastern CAnada and the United States got along very well. The French and the "Indians" were staunch allies in every case with the exception of the Iroquois Confederacy (who were the only major nation to join the British in the War). So basically France was based out of what is now Quebec in Canada (with a few outposts along the Mississippi and Ohio Valley). They are severly outnumbered by British troops... the French-Canadians put up a huge struggle, but eventually lost becuase of sheer man power and the inability of the French government to adequatley defend its colonies. OK So Britian's colonial troops (Americans) thought that everything West of the Appalachians should be theres. What they ignored (and the Crown didn't ignore) is the fact that there were several dozen Indian Nations on that land already... who had been living on it for thousands years... who didn't like the British very much, who were extremely established with permanent communities, and more importantly.... were armed to the teeth. Britian also acquires Canada... what is now basically quebec and southern ontario. Canada's population at this time is about 90% French-Speaking, rough and tumble fur traders, who by law had the join the army.... so basically every male in the colony above the age of 17 was armed, had an innate knowledge of the backwoods country, had Indian friends, and hated the British. combine all this with the fact that Britain acquired a HUGE DEBT fighting this war. SOOO In order to prevent any revolt from happening, the British sent forth the Quebec Act and the Royal Proclamation. Also because of the war, they decided that since the war was fought for the colonials, the colonials should help pay for it. As a result, tea taxes, sugar taxes, and postage stamp taxes were levied.... results of this was a pretty angry population that had a Tea Party in Boston and provoked similarity angry responses by the British regulars who saw these "un-thankful" colonials as ignorant of their contributions. The colonials thought (rather ignorantly) that they should have the absolute right to settle any land they wanted, and that the "savage" Indians didn't have any land rights. They also thought they should have the right to settle Canada, which was institutionally prevented in the Quebec Act. Results of this in a nut shell people got real mad and started a Revolution. So since that is quite of a lot of information the answer to #5 is D. They suffered negative consequences because they lost both their land and their allies.
Well I was just about to answer it but it looks like she beat me to it! O_O And her reasoning skills are exemplary.
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A very good book!
Well, you gave me a book ( All those questions ). That's why i say only ask one question at a time because then it gets confusing(:
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If you still don't get it @MyNameIsEVERYBODY we can go over them one by one and ill try to give you the best explanation of what the answer would be.
so a , a , b , d ?
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I am so sorry i went to do something, i was going to tell you if they were correct or not. Would you like to know the correct answers?
Did you at least get #5 correct?
let me look 3&4 were wrong
3.) Spain and Britain 4.) The French lost several forts, and Paris gave England all of North America east of the Mississippi including what is now Canada and Florida. So i believe it would of have been Canadian Independence?..