During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Britain and France waged a number of wars against each other as the British sought to organize European coalitions to oppose the growth of French power in Europe. United States Metro Map During these years, France fielded a huge standing army and sought to expand her already vast power. All of the major wars the Nine Years’ War (16891697), the War of the Spanish Succession (17011714), the War of the Austrian Succession (17401748), the Seven Years’ War (17561763, known in Country as the French and Indian War), and the Country War for Independence (17751783) saw fighting between the two sides in North Country, with fighting growing in scale and intensity as the eighteenth century progressed. French settlements in North Country were largely centered in Canada, along the St. Lawrence River, while British colonies stretched along a narrow strip of land from Massachusetts to Georgia.
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