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The French and Indian War came to an end with _____________ . A) the surrender of the Indians in Virginia B) Spain's invasion of the French territories in the west C) the signing of the Treaty of Paris of 1763
Weegy: the signing of the Treaty of Paris of 1763 In November, 1763, a treaty of peace was signed at Paris, which led to further changes, all being favorable to Britain; whilst Martinique, Guadeloupe, and St. [ Lucia were restored to France, England took possession of St. Vincent's, Dominica, and Tobago islands, which had hitherto been considered neutral. By the same treaty all the vast territory east of the Mississippi, from its source to the Gulf of Mexico, with the exception of the island of New Orleans, was yielded up to the British; and Spain, in return for Havana, ceded her possession of Florida. Thus, was vested in the British crown, as far as the consent of rival European claimants could give it, the sovereignty of the whole eastern half of North America, from the Gulf of Mexico to Hudson's Bay and the Polar Ocean. By the same treaty the navigation of the Mississippi was free to both nations. France at the same time gave to Spain, as a compensation for her losses in the war, all Louisiana west of the Mississippi, which contained at that time about ten thousand inhabitants, to whom this transfer was very unsatisfactory ] (More)
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The French and Indian War came to an end with: C) the signing of the Treaty of Paris of 1763.
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The French and Indian War came to an end with _____________ . A) the surrender of the Indians in Virginia B) Spain's invasion of the French territories in the west C) the signing of the Treaty of Paris of 1763
Weegy: C) when they signed the treaty of Paris User: actually yes Weegy: what is your question? User: As a result of the French and Indian War, Britain _____________ . A) lost all of its territories in the New World B) controlled much of Spain C) got all of the land east of the Mississippi River Weegy: C) got all of the land east of the Mississippi User: are u sure? Weegy: Yeah, neither a nor b make sense. User: ok question skibum can you help me with the rest of the test? Weegy: I'm also in a college level us history course User: can you help me for the rest of the test because other experts give false info your very intelligent Weegy: Do you have another question? (More)
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The French and Indian War came to an end with: the signing of the Treaty of Paris of 1763.
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skibum9815, please restate the question in your answer and provide sources. See my example above. You can review Weegy's basic rules here
Added 12/9/2012 1:11:07 PM
The 1773 Treaty of Paris ended the French and Indian War. France ceded her colonial empire in the St. Lawrence Valley, & all territory west to the Mississippi.
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3stan85, 1773 is a typo from your source. The Treaty of Paris 1763 ended the French and Indian War. Here is another source
Question/answer sites are not the most reliable sources.
Added 12/10/2012 5:29:00 AM
The outcome of the French and Indian War had what affect on the colonies? A) Britain became more controlling of the colonies. B) Britain felt that since the colonies had everything under control, British troops were no longer needed. C) The British soldiers were more appreciated by the colonists. D) Many of the colonists wanted to move back to France and England.
Weegy: A) Britain became more controlling User: yes i do have more Weegy: What us your next question? User: Which event during the French and Indian War was a turning point for Britain? A) the capture of Fort Carillon, but not the capture of Fort Ticonderoga B) the capture of Quebec C) the capture of Quebec followed by the capture of Fort Ticonderoga D) the victory at Fort Necessity Weegy: It's either b or c, but I'm pretty sure it's b. I know it was Quebec for sure, i don't remember the significance of ft.Ticonderoga User: Skibum can you please add me on skype on only 15 and i need alot of help with History my Skype name: JoshuaFearedBK please Weegy: Sorry i can only help you on here. You can go tomy profile on weegy to specifically ask me questions (More)
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skibum9816, please review the basic rules

Please restate the question as part of your answer and provide a source whenever possible. You have been asked several times to do this.
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Which is true of the fates of the various French and Indian War leaders? A) General Braddock died from a shot to his lungs. B) Colonel Washington retreated from the battle at Fort Duquesne after being shot. C) Daniel Boone led wagon drivers on a raid and took over Fort Duquesne. D) Foreign Secretary William Pitt sent all the French to Quebec and became a British hero.
Weegy: B) Colonel Washington retreated from the battle at Fort Duquesne after being shot. (More)
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uftampaboy, When answering questions, please restate the question as part of the answer.

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Which group of events would be in the correct order on a timeline? 1) Albany Plan of Union defeated 2) Treaty of Paris 3) General Braddock Arrives in North America 4) Battle of Fort Duquesne A) 1,3,4,2 B) 1,2,3,4 C) 1,4,3,2 D) 4,3,1,2
Weegy: I think it's d (More)
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Updated 12/10/2012 1:26:58 AM
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Please search for the correct information and provide a definite answer, restating the question in your response. If you are not sure, instead of answering with what you 'think', please pass the question to another expert. Weegy works as a team and we strive to give consistently accurate answers.
Added 12/9/2012 1:56:50 PM
The events in correct order timeline are: A. 1,3,4,2.
Albany Plan of Union defeated July 1754; General Braddock Arrives in North America 1755; Battle of Fort Duquesne 1758; Treaty of Paris Feb. 1763.
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The correct order will be letter A.1,3,4,2. The Albany Plan of Union was a plan written by Benjamin Franklin in 1754 for all 13 colonies to unite and fight as one power to win the French and Indian War. General Edward Braddock (January 1695 – 13 July 1755) was a British soldier and commander-in-chief for the 13 colonies during the actions at the start of the French and Indian War (1754–1765). He is generally best remembered for his command of a disastrous expedition against the French-occupied Ohio Country in 1755, in which he lost his life. The Battle of Fort Duquesne was a British assault on the eponymous French fort (later the site of Pittsburgh) that was repulsed with heavy losses on 14 September 1758, during the French and Indian War. The Treaty of Paris, signed on September 3, 1783, ended the American Revolutionary War between Great Britain on one side and the United States of America and its allies on the other. The other combatant nations, France, Spain and the Dutch Republic had separate agreements; for details of these, and the negotiations which produced all four treaties, see Peace of Paris (1783).[1][2] Its territorial provisions were "exceedingly generous" to the United States in terms of enlarged boundaries.[3]
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