Dispute Over The Ohio Valley Analysis

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Dispute Over The Ohio Valley: The Furs Fly
Amari Goode and Lillian Kobe, Reporters late 1763
The British and French rage war for territory
Setting the scene
Albany, NY- The year is 1763 and the bloodiest American war of the 18th century just took place. The Nine Years War, also known as the French and Indian War, was fought between the French and the British colonies in the Ohio River Valley. The war officially started in 1756, technically 1754, over whether the Ohio Valley was French or British territory. It was was the fourth time the two groups and their Indian allies fought.
The French
New France was french settlements in the southernmost part of Canada and the west of the Ohio River Valley. They settled in areas that made profitable fur
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