The War That Made America Web site is the companion site to the program that provides extensive information about the program, including the making of, historian footnotes, and behind-the-scenes. The site gives an overview of the French and Indian War through unique features including an interactive timeline. In addition, www.TheWarThatMadeAmerica.org serves as a resource for education and outreach materials, special events, and press documents.
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The French and Indian War 250
The French & Indian War 250 site highlights the clash of three formidable powers over control of North America that would ultimately change the world. The site offers users the opportunity to relive the story, experience the intrigue, and get involved in the history as we commemorate the 250th anniversary of this epic battle.
Early Canadiana Online
A Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. [Susanna] Johnson (Also available in North Country Captives (University Press of New England, 1992)
French and Indian War Primary Sources
Historical Society of Pennsylvania web site.
Fort Necessity National Battlefield Site, United States National Park Service
The letter of capitulation signed by George Washington after his defeat by the French.
Fort Tidonderoga National Historic Landmark
Historic documents and other information on the French and Indian War.
Library of Congress
The humble Address of the Officers of the Virginia Regiment delivered to George Washington by his officers when he retired as commander of the Virginia Regiment in 1758.
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. “Evangeline”
Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library.
Native Culture Links
Links to Native Nation’s Web pages and “other sites that provide solid information about American Indians”; frequently updated.
Ohio Historical Society
Scoouwa: James Smith's Indian Captivity Narrative.
The Ohio Valley-Great Lakes Ethnohistory Archives: The Miami Collection
Online archive documenting relations between British, French, and Indians before during and after of the French and Indian War. Table of Contents is organized by year.