Monday, April 30, 2012

Territorial Disputes Before The French-Indian War

From The Plains of Abraham, a book by Brian Connell, about the French-Indian War:

..The British fell back on the Treaty of Utrecht, which had ended Marlborough's wars, and declared that the whole territory occupied by the Iroquois Indians* belonged to the British Crown.  *Also called the People of the Long House

The result [of the territorial dispute] was deadlock.

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