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  • Welcome to the WikiTextBook on The American Revolution Introduction The French and Indian War British Taxes Lexington and Concord Ticonderoga and
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  • Religious Wars in Europe The Rise of Nationalism and the Nation-state Revolution, Change, and philosophy - English Civil War and Bill of Rights, American, French
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  • Persian Wars Peloponnesian Wars Alexander the Great Trojan War Punic Wars -- Carthage and Hannibal Gallic Wars -- Julius Caesar, Vercingetorix First
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  • that the Native Americans crossed the Bering Street 20.000-50.000 years ago, so the American continent originally belongs to the Indians. Secondly the Europeans
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  • destroy the American Pacific Fleet. The idea was to emulate the Japanese attack on Port Arthur. They succeeded in sinking many American battleships however
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  • steady increase of the American Indian population: In 1900 epidemics, starvation and wars almost had wiped out the Native Americans and only 200,000 were
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  • eliminating Japan's war potential and (2) turning Japan into a western style nation with pro-American orientation. Allied (primarily American) forces were set
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  • fired. They had learned this during the French and Indian War. Snipers helped strengthen the American odds. The British government commanded General
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  • and Indian Wars and two additional wars in Acadia and Nova Scotia (see Father Rale's War and Father Le Loutre's War) between the Thirteen American Colonies
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  • text is from Wikipedia) The French and Indian War (1754–1763) was the North American chapter of the Seven Years' War. The name refers to the two main enemies
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  • disease and dispersed by war. Wyandots and Hurons today live in various locations in Canada and the United States. Indian Wars is the name generally used
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  • through 1779 Captain William Edmeston, a veteran of the French and Indian wars, who was rewarded for his services in the 48th Regiment with a grant
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  • History of Edmeston, New York (category North American history)
    set at the Ft. Stanwix treaty in 1768 to separate the area of white and Indian occupation. This line, so far as it need be traced here, ran from the confluence
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  • British had recruited Indians, such as Tecumseh, to aggravate American settlers and even continued to maintain forts on American soil. The British encouraged
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  • many American commentators expressed bitterness over France's refusal to support the invasion. Many perceived a lack of gratitude for American aid during
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  • with the British North American colonies being heavily involved. Greatly outgunned by the British Royal Navy, the American war plans focused on an invasion
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  • Madison Clay's American System Whig Party Louisiana Purchase Lewis and Clark Haitian Rebellion Embargo Act impressments War of 1812 War Hawks Hartford
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  • Revolution Leisler's Rebellion Sir Edmond Andros Bacon's Rebellion French and Indian War Proclamation of 1763 William Penn mercantilism Toleration Act of 1649
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  • yearning for autonomy. The Muslim League and the Indian National Congress called for a greater role of Indians in their government. Gandhi's "civil disobedience"
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  • centers of trade during the 16th, 17th and 18th cetneries. Anglo-Dutch Wars-Four wars between England and the Dutch Republic over trade in the Baltic and
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