Why is the French and Indian War called that?
Subsequently, one may also ask, what is another name for the French and Indian War?
Answer and Explanation: The French and Indian War is known as the Seven Years' War by the British or the War of Conquest by some Canadians.
Subsequently, question is, where did the French and Indian War take place? This article's lead section may be too long for the length of the article.
|Result||British victory Treaty of Paris (1763)|
|Territorial changes||France cedes New France east of the Mississippi River to Great Britain, retaining Saint Pierre and Miquelon, and transfers Louisiana to Spain|
Keeping this in consideration, what does French and Indian War mean?
noun. the war in America in which France and its Indian allies opposed England 1754–60: ended by Treaty of Paris in 1763.
Why is it called the Seven Years War?
The Seven Years' War is the name given to the final phase in the century-long struggle between France and Great Britain for dominance in North America and supremacy in the world. It is so named as war officially started in 1756, and the peace treaty that resolved it was signed in 1763.