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French interpreter for General George Washington on the way to Fort LeBouef.
Jacob Von Braum
Governor of Virginia who sent Washington to Fort LeBouef to deliver the message demanding the French to get out of the Ohio River Valley.
Robert Dinwiddie
Location of the battle that started the French and Indian War
Jummonville Glenn
Iriquois ally of Washington
Half King
Guide for Washington who saved the general's life twice; once when Washington is shot at by an Indian originally hired to be a guide, and once again when Washington fell into the water when attempting to sail across the Allegheny in a raft
Christopher Gist
The three Indian Peoples allied to the French
Delaware, Shawnee, and Huron
The Indian Peoples known as the Leauge of Six, who were allied to the British and referred to by other tribes as "snakes".
Mohawk, Onedia, Cayuga, Tuscarora, Seneca & Onondaga.
The chief export of New France, as well as a fashion craze in Europe.
Fur
Offered to the Indians in return for trading furs
Wool blankets, metal cooking pots, and guns
Other Indian tribe allied to the British.
Iriquois
Three previous wars fought by the French
King William's War
Queen Anne's War
King George's War
Series of forts built by the French from Canada to Ohio in uopes to stop the British from moving into the area in order from North to South
Fort Niagara
Fort Presque Isle
Fort LeBouef
Fort Mechault
Fort Duquesne
English Prime Minister during the war
William Pitt
Poorly built stockade built by George Washington in Great Meadows in order to protect himself from the French
Fort Necessity
What the British renamed Fort Duquesne
Fort Pitt
What the British renamed Fort Mechault
Fort Venango
What the British were trying to prove to the Indians by rebuilding the forts
That they weren't planning on leaving the Ohio River Valley
The treaty that ended the French and Indian War
The Treaty of Paris
The name of the place where the Indians attacked the British on their way to relieve Fort Pitt
Bushy Run
The three forts that did not fall to the Indians
Pitt, Detroit, & Ligonier
The name of the village the Indian raids were led from
Kittaning
The two Indian leaders leading the raids
Shingus & Captain Jacobs
Reason why the Government of Pennsylvnia feared the raids
They would spread over the mountains and into the Ohio River Valley
Man who was sent out by Pennsylvania to stop the Indian Raids
Lt. Col. George Armstrong
The two reasons Armstrong's missions were considered a success
Captain Jacobs was killed
The gun powder supply at Kittaning was destroyed
Placed in charge of capturing Fort Duquesne when the General got sick
Henry Bouquet
One of the forts that were being built as the army marched towards Fort Duquesne
Fort Ligoneir
Miissionary sent to try and get the Indians on the side of the British
Christian Post
Where Post was sent
Kasaski (Present day New Castle)
General sent to capture Fort Duquesne
General Forbes
What the French did after they heard that the Indians were not helping them
retreat to Fort Niagara
The key to the conquest of New France
Quebec
French commander at the Battle of Quebec
General Montcalm
British commander at the Battle of Quebec
General Wolfe
The reason for France and Britian's rivalry
France was furious that England was trying to move in on the fur trade