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In the late 1700s, what was France's most powerful stronghold in North America? A) Montreal B) Quebec C) New England D) Fort Pitt
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User: In the late 1700s, what was France's most powerful stronghold in North America? A) Montreal B) Quebec C) New England D) Fort Pitt

Weegy: New England.
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User: The French and Indian War was a struggle between France and England over control of which continent? A) South America B) Africa C) North America D) Asia

User: The French and Indian War involved competition over territory and what else? A) fur trade B) tea trade C) slave trade D) cotton trade

User: During the time of the French and Indian War, there was an attempt to unite the colonies. What was it called? A) Albany Plan of Union B) Articles of Confederation C) Constitutional Convention D) Declaration of Independence

User: The Proclamation of 1763 was an official document stating that colonists could not settle west of which mountain chain? A) Appalachian Mountains B) Rocky Mountains C) Sierra Madre Mountains D) Blue Ridge Mountains

Weegy: A. [ The Proclamation of 1763 was an official document stating that colonists could not settle west of Appalachian Mountains chain. ]
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