Test: SAT II US History


What was one consequence of the French-Indian Wars that would work to the colonists’ advantage moving forward?

French loss of territory West of the Mississippi lead to a free expansion of colonial settlers westward
The French and the colonists became more closely linked, leading to a revolutionary war-time alliance
Native Americans were co-opted into the military organization and thus were more closely linked with the colonists
The colonial militia gained fighting experience and witnessed that the British could be beaten in battle
The British government was forced to repeal many of the strict tax and tariff laws in an accord with the colonial militia

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