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The French and Indian War (1754–63) comprised the North American theater of the worldwide ...... Seven Years' War timeline · Montcalm and Wolfe, by Francis Parkman online ebook; Animated Map of the French and Indian War developed by ...

www.frenchandindianwarsociety.org/timeline

Timeline of the French & Indian War. March 15, 1744-October 1748: King George's War – Conflict over domination in North America ends with no clear victor ...

www.sparknotes.com/history/american/frenchindian/timeline.html

Timeline. March 15, 1744-October 18, 1748: King George's War The warm-up to the French and Indain War between France and England, also fought for ...

www.pbs.org/thewarthatmadeamerica/timeline.html

Jan 9, 2006 ... The War That Made America, a PBS documentary, tells the story of the French and Indian War and how it impacted the American Revolution.

www.shmoop.com/french-indian-war/timeline.html

The French & Indian War timeline. Key US History events and dates.

www.mountvernon.org/george-washington/french-indian-war/french-and-indian-war-timeline

George Washington in the French and Indian War. George Washington's career as a soldier began on the Virginia frontier, where, as a young colonial officer, ...

frenchandindianwar.info/timeline.htm

Year. French and Indian War. World. 1749. March 16 King George II granted large tracts of land to the Ohio Company.The grant had a stipulation that the ...

www.warforempire.org/relive/interactive_timeline.aspx

INTERACTIVE TIMELINE. The French and Indian War, also called the Seven Years' War in Europe and the Great War for Empire by some historians, decisively ...

www.fortticonderoga.org/history-and-collections/timeline

Fort Ticonderoga was host to major events that helped shape America. Its timeline spans through The French and Indian War, The American Revolution and ...

www.socialstudiesforkids.com/articles/ushistory/fiwartimeline.htm

In the French and Indian War, British and American soldiers fought French and Native American soldiers for control of North America.