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Begining to Canadian History

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HISB40
Lecture 4
Oct. 4, 2010
Outline
Struggle for a Continent, 1663-1763
1.French Expansion and the failure of the Compact Colony, to 1713
2.The Seven Years War, 1756-63
3.Battle of the Plains of Abraham, 1759
4.Conquest of New France, 1760-63
War and Expansion 1663-1754
Founding of Fort Frontenac (in present day Kingston), 1673
La Salle (was to go furthest he could south and claim land for the French) and
Louisianna, 1682
oHe made it all the way to the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi Delta
oHe was later killed by his own men
War of the Grand Alliance, 1689-97
oEnglish Vs French war
oThe British colonies of the south were pitted against the Canadian colonies
Abandonment of the ‘Compact Colony’ strategy, 1701
War of the Spanish Succession, 1701-13
War of the Austrian Succession, 1744-48
The Odds in the Seven YearsWar
Population
oBritish had more population that the French
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o50,000 in the St. Lawrence region
o1 million in the south colonies in the Americas
o20:1 ratio for population
Leadership
oNew France had better leadership arguably
oThey made faster decision
oThey were under military leadership
oThey were able to mobilize much faster than the American armies
oAmerican armies needed approval of legislation to wage war
Military Strength
oThe French Canadian militia was more superior than the American when
fighting in New France mainly
oThey had more military culture than the American colonies
oThey tended to co-ordinate better than the American soldier
oThe French had a better militia than the British
Allies
oThe French had more Native support that the British
Support from Europe
oThe British showed more inclination to make the win in America
oThe French were unwilling and unable to send troops
oThe French troops were outnumbered by the reinforcements sent by the
British
Advantage New France, 1754-57
Outbreak of war, 1754
Braddock’s defeat at Fort Duquesne, July 1755
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HISB40 Lecture 4 Oct. 4, 2010 Outline Struggle for a Continent, 1663-1763 1. French Expansion and the failure of the Compact Colony, to 1713 2. The Seven Years War, 1756-63 3. Battle of the Plains of Abraham, 1759 4. Conquest of New France, 1760-63 War and Expansion 1663-1754 Founding of Fort Frontenac (in present day Kingston), 1673 La Salle (was to go furthest he could south and claim land for the French) and Louisianna, 1682 o He made it all the way to the Gulf of Mexico and the Mississippi Delta o He was later killed by his own men War of the Grand Alliance, 1689-97 o English Vs French war o The British colonies of the south were pitted against the Canadian colonies Abandonment of the Compact Colony strategy, 1701 War of the Spanish Succession, 1701-13 War of the Austrian Succession, 1744-48 The Odds in the Seven Years War Population o British had more population that the French www.notesolution.com
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