British-American Turning Point

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The French and Indian War marked a major turning point in American relations with Britain, with changes such as increased British control and anti-British beliefs, but also continuities such as a loyalty to Britain. The war eventually led to the elimination of the French property in America and the heavy taxation of colonists by the British. At the end of the war, the French ceded all of its land in North America east of the Mississippi River to Britain. This meant that Britain had practically completed their control over North America (the French kept two islands). This was a major change for the British-American relations as it allowed Britain to tighten its control over the colonies. In time, Britain would pass legislatives such as the
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