Article abstract: Defeat of French and Native American forces establishes British dominance in North America but increases the mother country's dependence on colonial resources.
The French and Indian War was the North American part of a larger conflict called the Seven Years’ War, fought between France and Great Britain for control of colonies in North America and India and for hegemony in Europe. Both Great Britain and France claimed large territories in North America. In addition to the thirteen colonies spread out along the Atlantic coast, the British...
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