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Question 2: Lawrence, continued along the northern shore of Lake Ontario, crossed the portage at Niagara, and then followed the southern shoreline of ________.
Lake ErieGreat LakesLake SuperiorLake Huron

Question 3:
How many casualties were there in the French and Indian War?
62 missing
36 missing
At least 5,700 killed, wounded or captured
214 killed,

Question 4: The war in North America officially ended with the signing of the ________ on February 10, 1763, and war in the European theatre of the Seven Years' War was settled by the Treaty of Hubertusburg on February 15, 1763.
French and Indian WarWest FloridaTreaty of Paris (1763)William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham

Question 5: Others migrated to places like Saint-Domingue, and fled to New Orleans after the ________.
First CoalitionHaitian RevolutionExpédition d'IrlandeFrench Revolutionary Wars

Question 6: When accommodations were made in the ________ in 1774 to address these issues, they fanned religious concerns in the largely Protestant Thirteen Colonies over the advance of "popery".
Stamp Act 1765Restraining Acts 1775Townshend ActsQuebec Act

Question 7: France chose to cede Canada, and was able to negotiate the retention of ________, two small islands in the Gulf of St.
French GuianaSaint Pierre and MiquelonMartiniqueGuadeloupe

Question 8:
What was French and Indian War a part of?
Gascony Campaign, Hundred Years War
the Seven Years' War
the Glyndu0175r Rising and the Hundred Years' War
Thirty Years' War Bohemian Revolt

Question 9: General Braddock was to lead the expedition to Fort Duquesne, while Massachusetts provincial governor William Shirley was given the task of fortifying Fort Oswego and attacking ________, Sir William Johnson was to capture Fort St.

Question 10:
Which of the following was a combatant in the French and Indian War?
|border|link=British America British America
Hu014Dju014D forces
Kingdom of France


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