Where Did the French and Indian War Take Place?

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The French and Indian war took place in Fort Duquesne in today’s Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was fought to determine whether Britain or France would become the stronger power in North America with each side relying on its colonists and Indian allies to fight.
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The French and Indian War was fought in North America.
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