Name: _______________________________ USVA History Study Guide – Chapter 3.4 The French and Indian War 1. ______________________ was the name given to the French colonies in North America. 2. The Anglo-French rivalry in North America culminated in the _____________________ War. 3. The French and Indian War was officially ended by the __________________________, which was signed in 1763. 4. As a result of the French and Indian War, the French were driven out of ______________ in the north, as well as their North American territories west of the ___________________________ Mountains. 5. As a result of the Treaty of Paris (1763), Great Britain gained all former French lands east of the ___________________________ River. 6. Immediately following the end of the French and Indian war, Native Americans attacked British settlements and forts on the northwestern frontier, an action known as ____________________________________. 7. One British action that angered the colonists involved the _________________________, which prohibited settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains, a region that was costly for the British to protect from Native Americans. 8. As a result of the French and Indian War, Great Britain had accumulated massive war _________, which caused Parliament to expect the colonists to help pay them off. 9. ___________________________ was the British prime minister who wanted to develop policies that would stop colonial smuggling and help raise revenue to pay off war debts. 10. The ______________________ (1764) established taxes and import duties on sugar cane and molasses that were imported into the colonies from the West Indies.