The French and Indian War was a game changer for the colonials and the British. One of the greatest consequences was realizing the differences between the two groups. George Washington, a commander of the colonial militia, and General Edward Braddock, commander of the British regulars, had two very different opinions on how the colonists and the British worked together and fought.
In this worksheet, students will be given a little background on the two men and then given primary documents from each discussing their feelings on the colonists and the British soldiers. Compare the two primary documents and assess the problems this will cause for them.
This will provide a great away to read primary documents and then analyze their point of view!