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Feb 16, 2017 ... For the tour TAC traveled across NY, PA, &MD to explore the rich history and archaeology of the French and Indian War. This epic struggle involving Native Americans, the English and French Empires, and Colonial forces, was one of the first global conflicts and a defining moment in American history.
Jan 23, 2018 ... An English colony removed from the frontier, New Jersey was not significantly threatened by the wars for empire (1689-1763) fought by the English against the French and Spanish. Although Native Americans variously declared neutrality or fought on one or the other sides in these conflicts, many allied ...
Connecticut troops sustained demoralizing losses before a reinvigorated British military turned the tide of the French and Indian War.
Dec 22, 2017 ... History. The French and Indian War was fought mainly between Great Britain and France and involved their colonies. In Europe, the French and Indian War was called the Seven Years War. Map of the North American colonies just before the war (1750) ...
Jul 2, 2004 ... Tomorrow is the 250th anniversary of the beginning of the French and Indian War . NPR's Robert Smith reports on the war that, according to some historians and military buffs, made America possible.
Original documentation of service by Pennsylvanians in the French and Indian War is limited. There are about twenty muster rolls and military returns filed among the Papers of the Provincial Council, 1682-1775 (Record Group 21, available on microfilm rolls: 580-587). In most cases, the dated returns and rolls simply list the ...
May 13, 2013 ... If the French and Indian War of the mid-18th century had turned out differently, the official language of today's United States might be French, not English. Some historians credit Native American nations, including the Chickasaw, for the British victory. Native Americans figured prominently on both sides of ...
Nov 26, 2006 ... May 28, 1754: Virginia militiamen under Lt. Col. George Washington clash with French troops at Jumonville Glen. July 3, 1754: French troops and Indians attack Washington's force at Fort Necessity. He surrenders and is allowed to retreat the next day. July 9, 1755: Frenchmen and Indians smash British...