France had begun it's North American Empire, when Jacques Cartier explored St. Lawrence River. Expanded to Great Lake regions and parts of the trans Appalachian parts. After succeeding they finally named the land Quebec.
In 1682 after establish Quebec, French priest and traders spread into the heart of the continent. Robert Cavalier and other colonists claimed Mississippi Valley of France naming it Louisiana.
RIVALS FOR AN EMPIRE
In 1750, France was Great Britain's biggest rival in the struggle to build a world empire. Yet the British were so powerful due to they're government and how stable they were economically wise, in comparison to other countries.
BRITAIN DEFEATS AN OLD ENEMY
In 1754, the French - British conflict reignited. In that year the French built fort Duquesne at the point where the Allgeheny and Monogahela rivers join to form the Ohio - the site of modern Pittsburgh.
The European population of new France grew, the french colony in North America had grown to about 70,000. The more land they were taking, the more room they had for many more people.
EARLY FRENCH VICTORIES
Braddock first launched an attack on fort Duqesne french soldiers and their native america allies and ambushed them. As a result they won 109 wars but lost 49.
PITT AND THE IROQUOIS TURN THE TIDE
In September, the war took a dramatic and decisive turn on the plains of Abraham just outside Quebec. Under the cover of night British troops under general James Wolfe caught the french by surprise won the short by deadly war.
PITT AND THE IROQUOIS TURN THE TIDE **CON'T LATER
The Royal government of Massachusetts authorized the use of the writs of assistance. This allowed British customs officials to search any ship or building. After the storming of Wolfe the British triumph at Quebec led victory to the war. This was a very prosperous time for the country.
Proclamation of 1763
To avoid further conflicts with Natives Americans the British government issued the proclamation of 1763. They separated the British colonies on the Atlantic coast from American Indian lands west of the Appalachian Mountains. Its become a Native american law in Canada and America .
TREATY OF PARIS
The Treaty of Paris of 1763 ended the French and Indian War of seven years. Including Great Britain and France as well as their respective allies. In the terms of the treaty, France gave up all its territories in mainland North America. Effectively ending any foreign military threat to the British colonies there.