The French Vs British Conflict Effect. American history contains the French and the British conflict as a major event in the country. The current American norms, such as taxation, politics and nations allies are fruits of the conflict between the two colonist nations. Generally, the conflict between the two nations was based on control and vast acquisition of land in America. . As both countries struggled to gain dominance, various changes to the native’s culture was induce-d. This paper profoundly discuses on specific changes or effects caused by the conflict between the French and the British between1750 to 1805.
As introduced above, both nation had huge interest in America, because of the resources and land in the country. The French were mainly intereste-d in the fur, trading business as well as Christianity spreading. These reasons, made the French settle in small scales since they had less interest on land acquisition. The British on the other hand, had more goals in acquiring and dominating the land. Unlike the French settlers, the British made entrance and settled in the region in large numbers. In specifics, the British mainly settled in the Southern part of the country whereas the French took the Western Part (The French Vs British Conflict Effect).
In the year 1754, seven of the 13 colonies had a historical meeting known as the Albany Congress. The Albany Congress was institute-d to enforce joint force-d by the British leaders to help in the fight against the French. The group also aime-d at convincing the Iroquois Confederacy; a pack of different local American native tribes, in alliancing with the British to fight the French. The Iroquois embrace-d the offer and signe-d the British treaty as they were against the Assimilation use-d by the French with other native tribes. At this Juncture, the Native Americans were involve-d in the “Seven years’ of War” battle between the two Countries.