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What did the British government do with the fort Louisbourg?
gave it back to France, which made the colonists angry
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louisborg was a french fort in Canada
Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, CANADA
The British captured Louisburg so as to create a way for the Royal Navy to get to Quebec. As long as the Louisburg fortress existed, they could not use St. Lawrence river …to attack Quebec.
ait lets do this so how was louisbourg taken by the british i dont know dawg sorry dont cry because ididnt give you the answer ait
The french built the Louisburg Fort in 1763. It costed the french over a hundred dollar which was alot of money back then.
Who was the British brigadier general that captured Lighthouse Point during the Siege of Louisbourg?
louisbourg was captured by the British in 1758
because we're badass.
Gave it back to France, which made the colonists angry Gave it back to France which made the colonists angry
Who was the british brigadier general that captures lighthouse points during the siege of louisbourg?
A British fort is a place where British soldiers could recuperate. Other soldiers could inspect the area they are in. These were used in the 1700s and 1800s.
King George's War.
It was a french fortress built in 1713
about 700 miles