French against the American Indians
French against the colonists
French & Indians against the British & American colonists
France & Spain against the British Empire
France won and gained control of the Mississippi River.
Britain won and France lost lands East of the Mississippi River.
Britain lost and gave up most of its empire in North America.
Britain lost and gave up Quebec.
The colonists would be taxed on tea.
The colonists could not go West of the Appalachian Mountains, and the land won during the French & Indian War would be reserved for the American Indians.
The American Indians could claim territory in New York since the war had devastated the Ohio River Valley.
The colonists could not attack American Indian tribes within the colonies.
The British government had a large war debt.
The colonists were given their independence.
The British government stayed out of colonial politics.
The colonists were free to move west of the Appalachians.
The Navigation Acts
The Seven Years' War
The American Revolution
The First Great Awakening