RMA0A9HH–North American colonies at the close of the French and Indian War 1760s. Color lithograph
RMFA4N2H–General Edward Braddock (1695-1755), “Braddock’s Defeat”, French and Indian War, 1755, Book Illustration from “Indian Horrors or Massacres of the Red Men”, by Henry Davenport Northrop, 1891
RMJ189C9–Louis-Joseph de Montcalm trying to stop Native Americans from attacking British soldiers and civilians as they leave Fort William Henry at the Battle of Fort William Henry during the French and Indian War
RMEBBETA–The Delawares on the warpath during the French and Indian War, 1754–1763.
RMG6A6DT–GEORGE WASHINGTON AT FORT DUQUESNE FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR 1756 TO 1763 ILLUSTRATION ANTIQUE GLASS LANTERN SLIDE
RMG15J6C–The French and Indian War was fought by Great Britain and France over disputed territories in North America from 1754 to 1763. Struggles for supremacy had been going on for many decades between France and England in the New World, but hostilities intensif
RFBB54J6–Arrival of Indian Allies at French Camp
RMAFBMMD–Portraying Indians and British soldiers Fort Ticonderoga New York annual Grand Encampment reenactment of French Indian War
RMMXCHPP–. English: A battle during the Seven Years' War between British and Indians in North America. . Unknown 19 A Battle of the French-Indian War
RMCPG9F6–Circa 1900s engraving, Washington in the French and Indian War.
RMF34492–The death of General Edward Braddock near Monongahela River, Pennsylvania on 9 July 1755. A British soldier and commander-in-chief for the British 13 colonies in North America. He was killed at the start of the 'French and Indian War', part of the Seven Years War that took place between the colonies of British America and New France.
RFT3237C–The Death of General Braddock at the Battle of Monogahela, French and Indian War
RMP8HKBY–A Battle of the French-Indian War.
RMCF82NF–Defeat of British General Edward Braddock Fort Duquesne French Indian War 1755
RMKF0K3E–Attack on Fort Ticonderoga, 8 July 1758 (The Battle of Carillon)
RM2B1KWNW–The death of Wolfe. James Wolfe, 1727 –1759. British Army officer fatally wounded at the Battle of the Plains of Abraham. From The History of England, from the earliest records to the year 1802, published 1812.
RM2E37R40–Death of Major General Edward Braddock, expedition against the French-occupied Ohio River Valley in 1755, French and Indian War
RM2GXN8WA–French Indian War Generals
RM2M0F3ER–Seven Years War (1756-1763). Map of Quebec, 1759. Canada. French Colony of the Viceroyalty of New France. On September 18, 1759, the British captured the city. Published in 1765 by the cartographer Jean de Beaurain (1696-1771) as an illustration of his Great Map of Germany, with the events that took place during the Seven Years War. Engraving. French edition, 1765. Military Historical Library of Barcelona (Biblioteca Histórico Militar de Barcelona). Catalonia. Spain.
RMA64WG8–Major George Washington in service to the British army in the French and Indian War. Hand-colored woodcut
RFFPRRR8–PENNSYLVANIA WEST,PITTSBURG:French & Indian War battles/dates 1754-55, 1903 map
RMP6AHMF–Fall of Major General Edward Braddock, July 1755
RMEBBGD6–Map of Quebec, Canada during the siege of 1759 during the French and Indian War.
RMAAKN4Y–ILLUSTRATION GEORGE WASHINGTON FORT DUQUESNE FRENCH INDIAN WAR 1758
RMT964N9–Pontiac (1720 - April 20, 1769) was an Ottawa war chief who became famous for his role in Pontiac's Rebellion (1763-1766). After the French and Indian War, Native American allies of the defeated French found themselves increasingly dissatisfied with the trading practices of the British. Widespread attacks against British forts and Anglo-American settlements in the Ohio Country soon followed.
RFATMD3X–French Explorers Bury Lead Plates
RMAFBKT7–Fort Ticonderoga New York annual Grand Encampment reenactment of decisive battle in French Indian War
RMPYN312–Vintage Maps / Antique Maps - Ticonderoga as it was in 1759 (French Indian War map)
RFKE1N2M–French soldier, actor, at Fort Toulouse - Fort Jackson, during French and Indian War of 1754, Wetumpka Alabama, USA.
RMJ2WHAH–A Battle of the French-Indian War
RMP68Y1A–Photograph of the Bengal Lancers (Indian Colonial Troops) parading through the French City of Orleans during World War One. Dated 1915
RMPC129J–19 A Battle of the French-Indian War
RMG5JNPE–French Zouaves on guard at an Indian General Hospital in Alexandria.
RMKF0J5X–Battle of the Monongahela, 9 July 1755 (Braddock's Defeat).
RMC7Y0YF–USA,New York, Youngstown, Old Fort Niagara
RM2E40KRG–Death of Major General Edward Braddock, expedition against the French-occupied Ohio River Valley in 1755, French and Indian War, From British Battles on Land and Sea, by James Grant
RM2GXN9E7–Goreham's Ranger 1761
RM2M0F3F1–Seven Years War (1756-1763). Map of the siege of Fort Morro, 1762. Island of Cuba. Capture of Havana. English troops attacked the Spanish defences when they came into conflict with the Spanish Crown, following Spain's alliance with France, England's enemy. British troops landed on the island on 13 July 1762, conquering it in August. Published in 1765 by the cartographer Jean de Beaurain (1696-1771) as an illustration of his Great Map of Germany, with the events that took place during the War of the Seven Years. Engraving. French edition, 1765. Military Historical Library of Barcelona (Bibliote
RMB5JKC7–Braddocks forces ambushed en route to Fort Duquesne during the French and Indian War 1755. Hand-colored woodcut
RMC3K58B–Drummers in French and Indian war period costumes.
RMG8GJX3–Death of General Edward Braddock, 1755
RMEB8CHM–General Edward Braddock, 1695 – 1755. British commander-in-chief for the 13 colonies at start of French-Indian war, 1754-1755.
RMM657RA–ENGRAVING 1600s 1609 FRENCH TROOPS UNDER CHAMPLAIN ASSISTING INDIAN ALLIES IN ATTACK ON AN IROQUOIS FORT - i5994 LAN001 HARS 1609 ALLIES ARQUEBUS B&W BLACK AND WHITE BOWS ARROWS CAUCASIAN ETHNICITY CHAMPLAIN IROQUOIS IROQUOIS WAR OLD FASHIONED SAMUEL DE CHAMPLAIN
RMHRNKYY–French and Indian War, 18th Century
RMCXK5XA–British Fort William Henry on Lake George, NY Built in 1755 during the French and Indian War in North America
RMAFBKW4–Fort Ticonderoga New York annual Grand Encampment reenactment of decisive battle in French Indian War
RM2BHA4JW–Antique 1800 engraving, Eyre Massey, 1st Baron Clarina. Eyre Massey, 1st Baron Clarina (1719-1804), was an Anglo-Irish British army officer of the 18th century, known primarily for his successful action at La Belle-Famille during the French and Indian War. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING
RF2HA17GK–This 1890 image shows a summer evening in Vicennes. Fort Vincennes was located along the Wabash River, on the border of modern day Indiana and Illinois. Fort Vincennes was a timber fort in the town of Vincennes built by the British to guard the frontier ceded by France after the French and Indian War. British Lieutenant Governor Edward Abbott began construction in 1777.
RM2K64732–Vintage World War One photograph - WWI: Indian soldiers outside French cafe.
RM2A600BJ–The Times. 1762, by William Hogarth (1697 – 1764). English painter, printmaker, pictorial satirist. The Times Hogarth took a decisive political, and at this time unpopular position: supporting the peace movement against the Seven Years' War (also called the French Indian War) spearheaded by King George III and his chief advisor, Lord Bute. Bute's opponent and leader of the Commons, William Pitt, supported the interests of the war and the economic profit derived from the colonial exploitations it permitted.
RMMMGTMW–. English: A battle during the Seven Years' War between British and Indians in North America. . Unknown 19 A Battle of the French-Indian War
RMR0WMHA–Old Fort Western Augusta Maine
RMERGH3F–Indian Cavalry during World War 1. April 1916. French officer explaining the carbine (rifle) to Indian soldiers.
RMC7Y0WR–USA,New York, Youngstown, Old Fort Niagara
RM2E40N8P–French surrender of Pondicherry, Third Carnatic War, Seven Years' War, 15 January 1761, From British Battles on Land and Sea, by James Grant
RM2GXN975–Colonial Hoar's Massachusetts Private
RM2M02X4H–Map of Louisbourg, Canada. Nova Scotia. It depicts the successful siege of the great French fortress by the British in 1758 who finally took Louisbourg on July 26, 1758. Published in 1765 by the cartographer Jean de Beaurain (1696-1771) as an illustration for his Great Map of Germany, with the events that took place during the Seven Years' War. War from 1755 to 1763. French edition, 1765. Engraving. Military Historical Library of Barcelona (Biblioteca Histórico Militar de Barcelona). Catalonia. Spain.
RMB7KJBF–Native American war dance near the St. Lawrence River during the French and Indian War. Hand-colored woodcut
RMC3K592–Drummers in French and Indian war period costumes.
RMMC0J1A–Chief Pontiac in 1763 taking up the war hatchet in the French and Indian War.
RMEB8D79–The Expulsion of the Acadians, aka the Great Upheaval, the Great Expulsion and Le Grand Dérangement.
RMA0RJ65–Encampment at Fort Niagara State Park French Indian War Reenactment New York
RMHRNPC3–French and Indian War, General Wolfe's Death, 1759
RM2JAKB73–Fort Necessity as it was in 1947. The site preserves the site of the Battle of Fort Necessity that took place on July 3, 1754 It was an early battle during the French and Indian War. The British colonial forces under Colonel George Washington surrendered to the French and Indians, under Louis Coulon de Villiers.Fort - Fort Necessity tel qu’il était en 1947. La bataille de Fort Necessity a eu lieu le 3 juillet 1754 C’était une des premières batailles pendant la guerre Français et indienne. Les forces coloniales britanniques sous le colonel George Washington se rendirent aux Français & Indiens
RMAFBKRB–Quebecois portraying French soldiers Fort Ticonderoga New York annual Grand Encampment reenactment of French Indian War
RFC7FPDM–Death General Edward Braddock 1755 British soldier army bow arrow commander chief North America French Indian War command
RF2HBB5E7–This 1890 illustration shows the 'exploit of Major Stobo.' Major Stobo was a Scotch-Virginia soldier in the French and Indian War (1754-1759). He was known for his exploit as a colonial prisoner of war in Canada during the war. Convicted as a spy, Stobo was sentenced to death, although his sentence was commuted to closed confinement. With the help of friends, he escaped twice. Both times, he was recaptured. However, the third time he tried, he got away safely. In disguise, he and eight other people set out in a canoe. It took them ten days to paddled two hundred miles down the St. Lawrence R
RM2J3JRWY–Black Powder Cannon at Fort Ticonderoga, formerly Fort Carillon, is a large 18th-century fort built by the Canadians and the French at a narrows near
RFT3239P–French and Indian War, General Pepperell at the Siege of Louisbourg, Ile Royale, Nova Scotia, Canada
RMMTWT1P–. English: A battle during the Seven Years' War between British and Indians in North America. . Unknown 19 A Battle of the French-Indian War
RMR0WMHJ–Old Fort Western Augusta Maine
RMERGHAB–World War I: Indian encampment in France. Two soldiers going to sacrifice a sheep and a goat. British Indian Army at the Western Front. From French postcard series 'Pays de France'.
RMG3APFD–The Indian army corps in France during World War I
RM2E37RX1–The British expedition against Guadeloupe, taking of Fort Louis, on 14 February 1759, Seven Years' War
RM2GXN9E3–New-Jersey Regiment Private
RMP67JA3–General Sir John French reviews Indian cavalry in France during world war one 1915
RMA0A99H–Jeffrey Amherst leading British troops taking Fort Ticonderoga in the French and Indian War 1759. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RME67YPN–Grave marker for four unknown French and Indian war soldiers.
RMETK9FY–The Fall of Edward Braddock during the French and Indian War, 1755
RM2GP2JNJ–Field Marshal Jeffery Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst of Montreal, 1717 -1797. Officer in the British Army during the French and Indian War. He supported the practice of gifting blankets infected with smallpox to native Americans to help exterminate them.
RMA9F1MG–revolutionary war soldier
RMHRNPC2–French and Indian War, Braddock's Defeat, 1755
RMPY5A8N–General Sir James Hope Grant, Commander of British Troops in China and Hong Kong, during the Second Opium War
RMBBMJY0–French and Indian War Reenactment at Mabee Farm Rotterdam Junction New York Mohawk Valley Schenectady County New York
RMAT6WXP–A reenactors dressed as a British soldier stands in front of a cannon at Fort Ticonderoga National Historic Landmark
RMC8NA1E–Defeat and Death of General Braddock in North America British soldier commander in chief French Indian War command battle
RM2J3JW9Y–Black Powder Cannons at Fort Ticonderoga, formerly Fort Carillon, is a large 18th-century fort built by the Canadians and the French at a narrows near
RM2D247B8–Farmington, Pennsylvania - Fort Necessity National Battlefield. In a 1754 battle, early in the French and Indian War, British Col. George Washington s
RMMYPCD8–. English: A battle during the Seven Years' War between British and Indians in North America. . Unknown 17 A Battle of the French-Indian War
RMR0WMH3–Old Fort Western Augusta Maine
RM2HXCCPT–Guerre de conquete de Quebec : La mort du marquis de Montcalm (Louis Joseph de Montcalm-Gozon, marquis de Saint-Veran) (1712-1759) a Quebec (Nouvelle France) le 14 septembre 1759 apres la bataille des plaines d'Abraham, il est ramene a Quebec (Seven years war : death of french soldier Louis-Joseph de Montcalm after Battle of the Plains of Abraham or battle of Quebec 1759) Gravure tiree de 'Sang gaulois' d'Edouard Zier 1905 Collection privee
RMTWB2F4–French satire on Boer War - Gracious Queen on the Warpath
RME59H19–Death of the Nawab Anwaruddin Muhammed Khan, 1672-1749, in a battle against the French,
RM2GXN9E5–Ranger of Rogers' Company
RMETKF0B–Soldiers barracks at the fort at Crown Point New York.
RMBFG5CJ–Surrender of Louisbourg to the British under General Jeffrey Amherst, French and Indian War. Hand-colored woodcut
RMENFE7J–Wood cutout of a British soldier from the French and Indian War period (Fort Loudoun State Park, Tennessee).
RM2AGJCNJ–Braddock's Headquarters during the French and Indian War
RM2M1K9ED–George Washington at the Battle of the Monongahela, July 9, 1755, during the French and Indian War, when Colonel Washington was under the command of British General Edward Braddock. The British and American British forces were heavily defeated by the French and their Native American allies. From a print by Claude Régnier after the painting by Junius Brutus Stearns
RM2R3G3HP–General James Wolfe killed at the Siege of Quebec, September 14, 1759.
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