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Chapter 8: European Rivalries in North America

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Spanish settlements expanded in which direction?
North
The last Spanish settlement was in
California.
The purpose of the mission
was to convert the Pueblo to Christianity.
Spanish forts were called
presidios.
Harsh treatment by the Spanish led the Pueblo to
revolt.
The Pueblo were convinced to allow the Spanish to return to their settlements because the Spanish promised them
freedom to choose their own religion.
The Pueblo were convinced to allow the Spanish to return to their settlements by
Diego de Vargas.
The main industry of the French was
fur trading.
Voyageurs
transported fur and other goods by canoe.
The French knew that the English would take over all of North America if they got control of
Louisiana.
The French and Indian war began in 1754 when the British tried to move into
the Ohio River Valley.
Promising to keep colonists off their land the British were eventually aided in the war by
the Iroquois.
The war changed for the British when more money, equipment and troops were provided by
William Pitt.
The French used the style of warfare of
the Native Americans.
At the war's end the British received all of France's lands through
the Treaty of Paris.
Lands received by the British included the
Ohio River Valley, Canada and Florida.
The agreement by the British to keep colonists off Native America lands west of the Appalachian Mountains was called
The Proclamation of 1763.
Generalizations help you to see how topics have
similarities (common traits).
Making Generalizations Step 1
Identify the topic
Making Generalizations Step 2
Gather examples
Making Generalizations Step 3
Compare the examples
Making Generalizations Step 4
Make the generalization