The French and Indian War was 1740 through 1766 altered the political, economic and ideological relations between Britain and its American colonies. Politically the relations were altered between Britain and its American colonies because Britain returned to the colonies in 1763 and further enclosed its Colonists more snugly in its grip, as seen in documents A, B, and C. The French and Indian War altered the economic changes between Britain and its American colonies because the American leadership was less in need for Britain’s rule; however Britain needed Colonies because of their thriving trade and business, as seen in documents: F and H. Ideological the relations had changed because of the economical and political problems the colonists started coming together for the good for themselves and having ideas, as seen in documents D, G, and E.
Politically the relations were altered between Britain and its American colonies because Britain returned to the colonies in 1763 and further enclosed its Colonists under their government, as seen in documents A, B, and C. In 1742, as seen in document B, The Chief of the Iroquois Confederacy “warned” the colonies that the Indians were aware of the fact that white were settling and ruining lands. The Colonist’s had grown so accustomed to being self-governed that they disregarded these “warnings.” Politically this shows that the Colonial government were in control the internal issues of their land, while the British were taking care of themseveles in Europe. The British government’s power was weakened in the American colonies because of the long distance between the two countries; and overtime the colonies grew to posses their own measure of self-government. As seen in document A, this graph shows heavy English expansion, this shows that when the French and Indian war ended in 1763 with the Treaty of Parris, Britain acquired Spanish Florida and all remaining French territories. Therefore this created a more powerful...
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