5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Where is fort Duquesne? What is it called today?
- What were two ways Jesuits played a vital role?
- What 2 things did the victory mean for the British?
- Ben Franklin's scheme in the meeting was to bring about?
- Who were the Cajuns and why were they upset?
- a They were explorers and geographers.
- b French speaking Acadians
- c Colonial rule
- d Amounted dominnet power in North America; took place as naval leader
- e Fort Dequesne is where the two rivers form to make Ohio; Today, it is called Pittsburgh.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- He was sent to Ohio country as lieutenant colonel in command of 150 VA militiamen. Forced to surrender July, 1754. Ironically, independence day.
- Peace treaty of 1784 handed Louisburg to French foe.
- 4 wars. American proved to be able to fight and set the stage for independence.
- By disease that the whites had.
- It became the chief bone of the contention between French/British. Critical area British colonists would penetrate.
5 True/False Questions
Robert de La Salle → explored the Mississippi and Gulf basin, naming it Louisiana.
What did Spain get in the settlement at Paris? → Spain turned Florida over in return for Britain.
Why was it a fateful friendship that he endured with the Huron Indians? → It became the chief bone of the contention between French/British. Critical area British colonists would penetrate.
What were the short and long term goals of the Albany congress? → The immediate purpose was to keep the scalping knives of the Iroquois tribes loyal to the British in the spreading war. The longer goals: achieve greater colonial unity and thus bolster the common defense against the French.
Who was the great commoner? What was his asset? What did he wisely do? → William Pitt, drew much of his strength from common people: soft-peddle assaults on french west indies