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    writing similar topics, their arguments are much different. In the book A People 's Army: Massachusetts Soldiers and Society in the Seven Years ' War, written by Fred Anderson he studies the Seven Years War from a social history perspective. Instead of focusing on the military aspects of the Seven Years War, he would look for the history of the people within the war, such as, colonial Americans in the New England area. Anderson argues for New England exceptionalism through rising tension between

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    The Seven Years’ War was a massive war involving every European superpower at the time. Lasting from 1754 to 1763 this war stemmed from continuing frontier tensions in North America as both French, British officials and colonists sought to extend each country’s sphere of influence in frontier regions. Although many individuals stood out in the long engagement there are some who indirectly influenced the American Revolution due to their perspective on the war influencing their actions in the future

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    with France throughout the Seven Years’ War (1756-63) despite it being illegal. Truxes maintains that the merchants were imaginative and audacious while remaining loyal to their country. The impacts of the war were globally felt and had legal, maritime, and personal disparities. According to Truxes the merchants who continued to trade with the French throughout the war were daring and resourceful in continuing trade. Trading with France took place before the war, and “war did not automatically interrupt

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    The seven years war or the more common name the French and Indian war had a profound impact on the balance of power between The English empire, French, and North America. Before the seven years war the French and English had very similar amounts of power over the North American territory. The British had full control over the 13 colonies while the French had much of what control of what now is know as Canada along with the unsettled territory in Mississippi. The war Lasted between 1754 and 1763 this

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    The Seven Years’ War For the first half of the eightieth century, Britain was at war with Spain or France. The colonist in America often experienced reverberations during these conflicts. In 1754 tensions returned and this time they sparked near America’s Ohio Valley, land variously claimed by the Virginians, Pennsylvanians, and the French, which was inhabited by dozens of Indian tribes. This event resulted in the Seven Years’’ War. French traders had cultivated alliances with Indian tribes in

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    eighteen years old, enlisted in the standing army under King Fredrick II. He would be one of the ten thousand soldiers serving under the newly formed regiment. The creation of this newly formed regiment was in response to the Seven Years’ War with Austria. The war in Europe started in 1756 with the Diplomatic Revolution, in which Great Britain allied with Prussia against the French Russian Austrian alliance. During this time the first conflict in Europe would occur, when Prussia determined that war was

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    D.A.R. Project The Seven Years War (1756-63) finished the drawn out rivalry between France and Britain over control of North America. Succeeding in the war resulted with the British being in incredible debt. Seeing that the American colonists had the most gain from the war, the British felt that the Americans should be responsible for some of the war’s cost. Another result of the war was Britain putting boundaries on imports and exports. The Sugar Act of 1764 enforced taxes on sugar and

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    carelessness of the Colonists created a sense of wickedness among whites, and in-turn the tribe more reluctant to understand British/Colonist culture and the process of assimilation. Although participation in the Seven Years’ War created greater bonds among the Colonies and Indians alike, the war also strengthened colonists

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    Seven Years War Effects

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    Prior to the start of the Seven Years War, the colonies of the United States had experienced a permissive relationship with Great Britain due to the act of Salutary Neglect. However, after the war, England felt they could no longer have such uninvolved relations with the colonists and began instituting stricter policies over them. Consequently, the Seven Years War marked a great turning point in colonial relations with England, with changes such as the legislation which led to the increase of British

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    Florida In the year 1513, Ponce de Leon claimed Florida for the country Spain. Ponce de Leon was a Spanish explorer looking for the “Fountain of Youth” that would give humans an eternal life. Instead, Leon landed on the shore of the current-day St. Augustine. It was so beautiful that Leon crowned it for the Spaniards. But the French were also mesmerized by the colony so they built a fort near St. Johns River naming it Fort Caroline. About a year after it was built, the Spaniards destroyed the fort

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    The Seven Years’ War signified the greatest reflection of European to American hostilities. While Spain and France fought fiercely against the British on the continent and in the seas, in British North America the war clashed as France and its indigenous allies laid claim to the Ohio Territory . This would lead the colonists to refer to the conflict as the French and Indian War, named after the combatants the Colonial British faced . This

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    My dearest Marie, Oh, how things have changed. It has been almost twelve years since you moved back to France to take care of our father; we both know that our mother’s death burdens him the most. Mother passed so quickly, the coroner still isn’t fully sure why she died. Isn’t it hard to believe that it was almost 20 years ago when we worked up enough courage and saved up enough money to move all the way to North America? Doesn’t it seem like yesterday when Monsieur Boovelle was trying his hardest

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    It is fascinating in three ways; the first way is, it had a unique society and industry, another is that throughout it’s history the Fortress of Louisbourg changed hands a number of times becauses of war and treaties. Finally the Fortress of Louisbourg has been rebuilt as a National Historic Park so that you can see the wonder of the Fortress of Louisbourg yourself. The Fortress of Louisbourg was of great significance to Canada because it was the most

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    The French failed to defeat England during the Seven Years War despite the many battles that they have won leading up to this event. They have fought four times prior to this war and four times they were successful. With the power to gain control of the new world both the New France and British Colonies were on the move to claim land. New France began their expansion south while the British Colonies began their expansion west. It was only a matter of time for them to meet which they did on July

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    In the emerging years of the trade, the system of royal monopoly control and their trade as practiced by Spain and Portugal in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries proved to be inefficient and expensive, with trans-Atlantic enforcement being infeasible. However, the respective

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    Army photographer David Conover was taking pictures in local factories for a magazine article about women’s contribution to the war and shot a picture of Marilyn. That picture later made it’s way to the Blue Book modeling agency and they signed her. She started her modeling career as a pin up model, that way early from the beginning she became associated with sexuality. Pin ups were intended to be pinned up on walls in male-dominated areas such as gas stations or car repairs. A pin up was the wide

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    love Lucy, Star Trek, Dick Van Dyke Show, the Andy Griffith Show, and Mission Impossible. These shows were the most popular, but this studio produced over an astonishing 30 shows. But by 1962, she bought out Desi Arnaz to have complete control, two years after their divorce in 1960. Lucille pursued a passion of hers- she wanted to be something big since she was 11, and this made her work more vigorously to achieve her childhood dreams. Additionally, her target audience would be the average American

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    Marilyn Monroe for some was the ultimate sex symbol and a pretty dumb blonde. However, she was actually suicidal and tried to ease her sadness with pills or drugs. The media took over for Marilyn’s battles with depression. Despite her smile on the front page of a magazine, Marilyn Monroe has been depressed since her childhood. Marilyn Monroe (born Norma Jeane Mortenson) on June 1, 1926 in Los Angeles, California. She spent most of her childhood in 12 foster homes and in even one orphanage. She never

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    it ended roughy for a young girl named Elizabeth Short. This happened “ In 1947 during the winter, a 22-year old girl’s body was found packed and severed in a vacant lot in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Crenshaw” (Simon). In fact, elizabeth Short’s body was found by Betty Brisinger while she was walking her daughter

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    Marilyn Monroe was an unmaterialistic actress, model, singer, and survivor. She was famous for her “blonde bombshell” roles, she also became one of the most popular sex symbols around the 1950’s. One person said, “She went by many names. On her birth certificate she is Norma Jeane Mortenson; she was baptised Norma Jeane Baker; she modelled under the names Jean Norman and Mona Monroe; her initial idea for a screen name was Jean Adair; she signed into hotels as Zelda Zonk and into a psychiatric clinic

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