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Results of the French and Indian War



Results of the French and Indian War
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     challenging words:    sub-human, killing, political, further, slaughter, tribal, supplement, possession, merely, blame, vast, chief, conflict, spanish, territory, partly
     content words:    Indian War, North America, New Orleans, Mississippi River, Native Americans, Ohio Valley, New York, Fort Pitt, On October, Point Pleasant


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Results of the French and Indian War
By Mary Lynn Bushong
  

1     The French and Indian War changed the political face of America. The French, who had once controlled vast stretches of North America, were now limited to two small islands near Newfoundland. The British, the winners of the conflict, found themselves in possession of half of America and all of what would be Canada. Spanish controlled lands included New Orleans and lands west of the Mississippi River.
 
2     Many Native Americans were dissatisfied with these changes. They did not understand how white men thought, nor why they acted as they did.
 
3     Fights between natives and colonists were not wars as we might think of them today. They were usually just local conflicts, but they still had serious results.

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