Unit 1 French and Indian War - Colonial Perceptions

Unit 1 French and Indian War - Colonial Perceptions

Author: Joseph OBrien


When forced to fight side by side what impression did the Colonists make on their En glish counterparts and the English on the colonists?

This presentation reveals how the style of British mercantilism allowed an new self sufficient identity to develop in the colonies.  It is during the French and Indian War that this is realized by average colonists.

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French and Indian War - Perceptions

Video on chapter 3 section 4 highlighting how F & I war revealed the gap in mercantile relationship.

Source: Joe O'Brien

Chapter 3 Section 4 Reading Notes

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