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25 July 2009

French and Indian Wars

The French and Indian Wars were fought from 1689 to 1763, ending shortly before the American War for Independence. The series of wars consisted of four primary wars. The first was 1689-1697 King William's War, which consisted primarily of attacks on British frontier colonies in the Colonies, and ended with the Peace of Utrecht. The second, King George's War, was fought from 1739-1748, though the American Colonies did not become involved until 1744. King George's War ended with the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle. The French and Indian War lasted from 1754-1763 and ended with the Treaty of Paris in 1763, with the French loss of control over Canada to Great Britain.

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  1. Ah, the English and the French. Those two. *shakes head* lol :P

  2. Hi! I'm your monitor for this year's blogathon and I just wanted to come over, say hi and wish you the best of luck for the next 24 hours :)

  3. Thanks Sareini!

    England. *sigh* I still love Germany.