The French and Indian War Test
Please answer the questions about the French and Indian War below:
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1. Which two nations below were bitter rivals during the 1700's. *
2. Which two of the following best describes the two sides fighting during the French and Indian War? *
3. Which of the following best describes why England and France fought the French and Indian War? *
4. The French and Indian War was part of which larger war below? *
5. Which famous American below played a major role in the start of the French and Indian War? *
6. Both England and France fought for control of the fur trade near the start of which of the rivers below? *
7. What major US city stands today where that river begins? *
8. Which of the following best describes how the French planned to defend their claim to the Ohio River valley? *
9. What happened at Fort Necessity? *
10. What did Ben Franklin's Albany plan try to do? *
11. At the beginning of the French and Indian War, which side was winning most of the battles? *
12. Which of the following English Prime Ministers made changes to the English strategy that allowed them to win the war? *
13. What was the final battle of the French and Indian War? *
14. What was the name of the treaty that ended the French and Indian War *
15. Which of the following was a result of the French and Indian War? *
16. Compose a well written paragraph to answer the following question: Look at the maps above. Explain how the map of North America changes between 1754 and 1763. Why did this happen? *
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17. Compose a well written paragraph to answer the following question: What were the three most important results of the French and Indian War? Explain each of them using details from what you learned. *
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18. Self Assessment: Write a paragraph explaining how you think your did this quarter. Explain what you did well and what improvements you need to make for second quarter. Give examples.
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