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Why was the Ohio River important to the French?
It was essential for Native American allies.
It provided a way to ship lumber for French shipbuilding.
It was close to an area that the British were turning into farmland.
It linked their Great Lakes claims with their settlements along the Mississippi River.
The Treaty of Paris was significant for the British because they
allowed the French to maintain control of Canada.
gained control of most of the French land east of the Mississippi.
acquire European weapons from either side.
gained the port city of New Orleans to expand trade.
The ..... sided with the British
Why was William Johnson's marriage to a Mohawk woman important to British interests?
The marriage helped the British become allies with the Iroquois.
The Iroquois and Mohawks were allies against the British.
The Iroquois respected anyone who married a British official.
The marriage aligned the Mohawks with the French.
Why were Quebec and New Orleans important to the French
They protected the water ways that supported New France
They were the main manufacturing ports in North America
Most Native American Allies were stationed there
They were not, they belonged to the British
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