APUSH Topic 3.2: The Seven Year's War (The French and Indian War)

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11th grade US History Mind Map on APUSH Topic 3.2: The Seven Year's War (The French and Indian War), created by Christian Stephens on 11/07/2019.
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APUSH Topic 3.2: The Seven Year's War (The French and Indian War)
  1. After the British victory, imperial officials’ attempts to prevent colonists from moving westward generated colonial opposition, while native groups sought to both continue trading with Europeans and resist the encroachments of colonists on tribal lands.
    1. Nedin called for all Indians to reject white way, & white goods
      1. Pontiac’s Rebellion
        1. Iroquois attemps to remains neutral and sustains control over European trade good/furs
        2. Proclamation Line of 1763
          1. Troops stationed in frontier forts to prevent another Pontiac's Rebellion
        3. Colonial rivalry intensified between Britain and France in the mid-18th century, as the growing population of the British colonies expanded into the interior of North America, threatening French–Indian trade networks and American Indian autonomy.
          1. After being nearly assaulted by French, Iroquois moved away from English alliance and played French and English off against each other
            1. While Iroquois tried to remain neutral (they accepted gifts, or formed covenant chain with individual colonies)
            2. Wars with Native Americans caught between imperial powers, although many preferred the French
              1. This had been due to the ever-rising number of British colonists who wanted their land more than their furs
              2. Period from 1689 through 1815, Second Hundred Years War between Britain and France
                1. King William’s War / Queen Anne’s War / King George’s War
                2. Britain achieved a major expansion of its territorial holdings by defeating the French, but at tremendous expense, setting the stage for imperial efforts to raise revenue and consolidate control over the colonies.
                  1. Revenue Act of 1762
                    1. Treaty of Paris
                      1. Enormous debt, new empires, and decisions to assert control
                        1. Led to end of salutary neglect, & attempts to tax the colonies
                        2. Currency Act of 1764
                          1. Troops stationed in frontier forts to prevent another Pontiac's Rebellion
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