Essay heading: Did Britain Really Win the War?

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(Newman and Schmalbach 61) Pontiac's Rebellion would be the first major test of the new British imperial policy after salutary neglect. In 1763, Chief Pontiac would lead a major attack against colonial settlements on the western frontier. The Ottawa Indians were so angered that Europeans settlers kept on their westward movement...
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The Ottawa Indians were so angered that Europeans settlers kept on their westward movement. The British also angered them with the refusal to offer gifts as the French had done. During the attack, forts from New York to Virginia had been destroyed by Pontiac's alliance of Native Americans. In order for the British government to not rely on colonial forces to retaliate, they sent regular to deal with the rebellion...
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