One member of the group writes the answer to the question. Then hands the board and marker to the next group member who will write the answer to the next question. All group members get a turn to write answers. All group members share their ideas before the answer is written. You may use your text book (pg. 246-249) for help. How did the French and Indian War get it’s name? (246) British were fighting the French and their Native American allies. Why did France and Great Britain fight each other? (247) Land: They both wanted to control the Ohio River Valley. Where was the first battle at? (247) Fort Duquesne (doo KAIN) Who led the small group of American/British troops to force the French out of the Ohio River Valley? (247) George Washington Did Washington win? Yes What did Washington’s troops do after they won? (247) They built Fort Necessity What happened next? Large French Army attacked the fort. Did Washington win? No Who helped the French? (247) Many groups of Native Americans How did the French learn to fight? (247) The French learned to fight like the Native Americans. They learned to use surprise attacks. How did the British fight? (247) Marched in the open battlefield in long rows. Why did the British colonists want control of the Ohio River Valley? (think) To settle the land What happened that turned the war in favor of Great Britain? (248) William Pitt sent more money, troops, and equipment to America. William Pitt was the Prime Minister in Great Britain. The British took Fort Duquesne in 1758. What did they rename it? (248) Fort Pitt What tribe changed sides in the war and helped Great Britain? (248) Iroquois What did Britain promise for the Iroquois help? (248) They would keep the colonist away from the Iroquois lands. Why did France give Spain most of Louisiana? (248) To keep it out of Britain’s control. What treaty ended this war and gave Great Britain all of France’s land in the Ohio River Valley, Canada, and Florida? The Treaty of Paris What was the Proclamation of 1763? It set aside all British land west of Appalachian Mountains for Native Americans. (249) Why were the Colonists angered by the Proclamation of 1763? (249) They could not settle western lands and they could not join in the fur trade.