How Did the Map of North America Change after the French and Indian War?


The map of North America was went through quite a bit of change after the French and Indian War. This war lasted from 1756 until 1763. It is considered one of the bloodiest wars in Colonial American history. One of the biggest changes to the map was the British got the right to keep all of Canada and some of the trading, and sea routes in North America. The British also kept Acadia and Florida. The Indian settlements were pushed west and Spain was given Louisiana by the French.
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well since the british won, the France had to give up and now they only have a little island.
Indian settlements were pushed west and
Britain gained Canada (Quebec, Great Lakes, Maritimes) Acadia and Florida. France only kept the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. Spain gained (Louisiana) Elsewhere Britain gained
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