The Culture of War Part 2: The War Period (1754 – 1763) – Native Americans

The War Period (1754 – 1763) – Native Americans

To a certain extent, Native Americans living in the Ohio Valley region, as well as some still dwelling on the periphery of the English colonies, found that their interests lined up quite neatly with those of the French, whose government operated to the north in Canada. 1,262 more words

Military History

Culture of War: French and Indian War (Part 1)

When the British Empire and France once again went to war in 1754, scarcely five years after the treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle ended the War of the Austrian Succession (or King George’s War, as it was known in America), Britain and her colonies were exceedingly well positioned for victory in North America. 1,347 more words

Military History

My Book's Coming Out Next Month! Wanna Know What it's About?

You guys! Guess what! I have a book coming out!

(You can tell I’m excited because I almost never use exclamation points.)

To make a long story short, I wrote a historical adventure with my friend… 349 more words

Evan Ronan

The Battle of Carillon

Located on a point between the waterways of Lake Champlain and Lake George in today’s upstate New York, Fort Carillon seemed the ultimate strategic prize during the French and Indian War. 1,163 more words

What's Gnu?

One of the things I most enjoy about my little “Questions and Answers” book is that every time I open it, it surprises me. Today is St. 640 more words

From Christina

The French and Indian War

Yankee Doodle Dandy

What do Albany, a patriotic ditty, and ‘macaroni’ have to do with each other? The French and Indian War as it turns out. 379 more words


The British Are Coming

On a series called Drunk History I learned of both Claudette Colvin and Sybil Ludington. Sybil Ludington is known as the female Paul Revere and not known at all by many. 389 more words

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