Was the land Britain won from france in the french and indian war large

Was the land Britain won from france in the french and indian war large enough to meet the colonists needs for expansion?

2 months ago

Solution 1

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2 months ago
Nope. The colonists technically weren't allowed to move onto the land, so they didn't get enough land to expand.

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Solution 2

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2 months ago
No the land was not big enough.

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