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He opposed the colonists' efforts to take his people's land. He was called King Philip by the English
Albany Plan of Union
This, written by Benjamin Franklin, called for all the colonies except for Georgia to unite.
He was sent by King George II to command the British forces in North America. He was not skilled in frontier fighting, which was why he lost at Fort Duquense.
Treaty of Paris
This was a treaty signed in 1763 which ended the war between Great Britain and France.
Why some Indians aligned with the colonists to fight against Metacomet's forces
Because those two groups relied on each other to trade for things they wanted.
Needs and Wants
Trade between Native Americans and the colonists helped to illustrate this economic idea.
King William's War
This lasted from 1689 to 1697 but did not change colonial boundaries in North America.
Queen Anne's War
1702-1713, 2nd war between French and colonists. Great Britain gained some ground in what is not Newfoundland and Nova Scotia
This was a simple fort built by George Washington. Washington surrendered there in 1754.
Turning point of French and Indian War
This occurred in 1759, when British general James Wolfe captured Quebec.
Impact of Treaty of Paris
Canada was given to Britain, Florida was given by Spain to Britain, Britain now had most land in North America (only Spain had some territory in North America).
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