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French-Indian WarThis was the American phase of a worldwide, nine-years' war (1754-63) fought between France and Great Britain. (The European phase was the Seven Years' War [1756-63].) It determined the control of the vast colonial territory of North America. Three earlier phases of this extended contest for overseas mastery are treated separately: King William's War (1689-97), Queen Anne's War (1702-13), and King George's War (1744-48).
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Overview° Overview of French-Indian War by Lorine McGinnis Schulze
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Read the booksA Few Acres of Snow : The Saga of the French and Indian Wars by Robert Leckie
The History of the Indian Wars in New England : From the First Settlement to the Termination of the War With King Philip in 1677 (2 Vols in 1) by William Hubbard
Battles° Battle of Great Meadows Fort Necessity first battle of the War in 1754
° Battle of Lake George 1755
° Fort Ticonderoga, July 8, 1758: 42nd Highland Regiment (formerly Black Watch)
° Louisbourg, Cape Breton, June 2-July 27, 1758: Fraser's Highlanders (78th)
° Fort DuQuesne (Fort Pitt), July-Nov, 1758: Montgomerie's Highlanders (77th)
° Martinique & Guadeloupe, Jan-Apr, 1759: 2nd Battalion of the Royal Highlanders (42nd)
° Ticonderoga-Niagara, Jul, 1759: Royal Highlanders (42nd) & Montgomery's Highlanders (77th)
° Heights of Abraham, September 13, 1759: Fraser's Highlanders (78th)
° Quebec, Apr 28-May 10, l760: Fraser's Highlanders (78th)
° Little Keome & Fort Loudon, June-Aug, 1760: Montgomery's Highlanders (77th)
° Montreal, Aug-Sep 8, 1760: Royal Highlanders (42nd) & Fraser's Highlanders (78th)
° Dominique, June 1761: Montgomery's Highlanders (77th)
° Martinique & Havannah, 1762: Royal Highlanders (42nd) & Montgomery's Highlanders (77th)
° St. John's, Newfoundland, 1762: Montgomery's Highlanders (77th) & Fraser's Highlanders (78th)
° Bushy Run, Aug 4-6, 1763: Royal Highlanders (42nd) & Montgomery's Highlanders (77th)
° Fort Pitt & Indian Warfare, 1764-1765: Royal Highlanders (42nd)
Biographies° Montcalm ~ French Major General
° Wolfe ~British General
° Jeffrey Amherst ~ British Commander in Chief
° Edward Braddock ~ British Commander in Chief
° Thomas Gage ~ British General and Colonial Governor
° William Shirley ~ British governor
° Robert Dinwiddie ~ British Lieut. Gov. of Virginia
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French Indian Wars Overview° French-Indian Wars
° French-Indian Wars includes lists of soldiers
French Indian Wars Biographies° George Washington
° James Wolfe
° William Pitt, the Elder
Muster Rolls, Soldiers & General Militia Information° Rules of Rogers' Rangers, 1759
French Indian Wars Genealogy & History Resources° List of French-Indian War Ancestors
° Jeffrey Amherst Papers Correspondence during the French Indian War to and from Sir Jeffery Amherst, first Baron Amherst (1717-1797) and military officer, who was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the British Forces in North America in 1758. Fonds consists of the Amherst Manuscripts which constitute a valuable source concerning events in North America during the pivotal period of the Seven Years' War.
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