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In which of the following colonial wars did the American colonists capture the fort at Louisbourg and begin to crave domination over the entire western region that included the Ohio Valley? A. Queen Anne's War B. King George's War C. War of Spanish Secession D. King William's War
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In Queen Anne's War, the American colonists capture the fort at Louisbourg and begin to crave domination over the entire western region that included the Ohio Valley.
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