Were British and the French enemies during the French and Indian War?
yes they were
During the French and Indian war, the French had a number of Indian tribes fighting on their side. The British wanted an alliance with the Iroquois because they would rather have them fighting the French and other Indian tribes than fighting their own solders. Neutrality by Indian tribes was almost impossible.
The British captured Montreal in 1760 after years of fighting during the French and Indian War. The British had built forts surrounding French Canada during this time, pressuring the French to surrender. The supports the British colonists received from Parliment and William Penn during this time allowed them to secure their land and right to trade in North America. Soon after the capture of Montreal, the Treaty of Paris was signed, ending the French and…
There was no US during the French and Indian War!!! The French and their Indian allies were fighting the British. Since the 13 colonies were British colonies the French were fighting the colonies. In fact George Washington served as a major in the militia of the British colony of Virginia during the French and Indian War fighting against the French. After the British won, they imposed taxes on the colonists to pay for having defended…
It was not a war between the French and Indians, it was a war between the British and French, with the Native Americans as allies on both sides. It is called the French and Indian War because if you're American/British, you were fighting the French and most of the Natives, hence French and Indian war.
The Battle of Quebec was the big turning point for the British during the French and Indian War. Since Quebec was such a big and important fort it was discouraging when the French lost it to the British. It was thought impossible to attack, yet the British did and were victorious and that doesn't give such a good omen to the French does it? From there the war just went downhill for the French.