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Consequences of War of 1812
i. Official reports suggest British losses were 8,600 killed, wounded or missing, while the Americans suffered a total of about 11,300 casualties.
ii. Upper Canadian distrust of Americans
iii. Brought the French and English a little bit together by fighting a common cause
iv. Brought British investment and money into Canada
v. Brought Canadian provinces closer together
vi. Started Canadian vs American identity – Canadians subdued, Americans worship heroes
vii. Aboriginals left out of the Treaty of Ghent
viii. Not all Americans supported the war – especially after Washington was burned
ix. Britain no longer needed to blockade the seas since they already defeated France
x. America is left alone by Britain now that it had naval dominance
June 11, 2012
KEY - Queen Anne's War (War of Spanish Succession)
Spanish king leaves no heir
Will mentions both Charles of Austria and Philip of France (both are not in line to be king in their countries)
Spain sides with France
Austria gains Britain, Germany, Holland
1704 French attack Deerville and Haverhill
1704,1707, 1710, Britain attacks Port Royal
1711 British attack on Montreal fails due to the incompetence of Sir Hovenden Walker who lost his ships in the gulf of St Lawrence and then retreated
All French forts in the northwest―the region covered by all the rivers that flowed onto the Hudson’s Bay―were surrendered to the British.
France agreed to pay the British fur company in North America, the Hudson’s Bay Company, for losses they suffered during the war.
Newfoundland was surrendered to the British. French colonists who had settled at Plaisance (Placentia) in Newfoundland left the island. France retained some fishing rights in the area as well as the smaller islands of
Port-Royal had been captured by the British in 1710. The British renamed it Annapolis Royal, and also gained control of more of the territory of Acadia.
France retained some land in Acadia (part of New Brunswick). It also retained Île-Royale (Cape Breton Island) where it later built the great fort Louisbourg.
France starts to claim the area along the Mississippi valley
Last slide from today:
The End of New France (Consequences):
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