1755 Battle of the Monongahela Valley - also called Braddock's defeat, British lose two thirds of their force to French and Indian allies in Virginia backcountry; both enemy generals die in the engagement
1756 Battle of Fort Oswego - French and Indian allies take the only British trading post on Lake Ontario, thus re-establishing French exclusivity on europeen products in Great Lakes commerce with native populations
1757 Battle of Fort William Henry August 4-9 - British defeated by French then Indians slaughter prisoners
1759 Battle of Beauport July 31 - French stop British attempt to land near Quebec city; notable naval bombardment with British ships and batteries firing 4000 rounds in 8 hours on French shoreline entrenchments
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