French And Indian War A Turning Point Analysis

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The French and Indian War (also known as the “Seven-year War”) was a turning point for the colonists as they realized their true purpose coming to America, creating their own colony. After the Seven Year War, the colonists not only faced social challenges, but political and economic challenges as well. As a result, the colonists developed a negative relationship toward the “Crown” causing them to progressively become independent and purse their own destiny. After this crucial victory, Britain gained new territory from the French and was faced with additional challenges. One of these challenges was the effects caused by the Proclamation Line of 1763. The colonists felt cheated and believed they deserved to expand westward after providing

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