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Chapter 10, Lesson 2: The Seven Years' War (pp. 241-246)

I. Rivalry Between Britain and France

II. Results of the War

    A. Colonists were angry when the British saved land west of the Appalachians for Indians.

    B. Britain was in debt because of the war.

    C. Indian tribes lost power when they no longer could use the French to help them against the British.

    D. Colonists lost many men during the war, but learned they could fight as well as the British.

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