This, a last of them French and Indian Wars, was fought primarily by white instigators for control of that region between St. Lawrence River and Massachusetts. Ojibway Soldiers still controlled that region in 1750. That region is made up of land south of St. Lawrence River in Quebec, and included Gaspe region, northern New York, Maine, New Brunswick, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Other goals of that white confederation (English and French and other white nations in that confederation) were to establish trading posts among Anishinabe People in New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, and to expand their settlements in what is now southeastern United States. In 1752, whites enticed some southern Anishinabe People (Miami) to allow for a construction of a trading post in southern Ohio. Once principle ogimak of Anishinabe Nation learned of Miami leaders willingly allowing whites to build a trading post in Anishinabe country, they responded by sending a force of Ojibway Soldiers to that trading post at Pickawillingly. They destroyed their trading post and killed up to 25 Miami Anishinabek and a few whites in their trading post at that time. It started this war also known as Seven Years War. It was a war fought over a decade. Battle of Piqua commenced Pontiac's War which this war should be known as. Chief Bwandiag rose to power early in this conflict. On February 10, 1763 English and French reached an agreement which allowed Quebec to keep it's French customs and language yet be governed by England. This is when a white conspiracy to fool Ojibway People commenced. Canada, Quebec and United States are not independant nations. England still rules them. What that represents is very clear. Ojibway People of Canada and United States, can't act as a single nation. What you are being taught in schools are lies. On October 7, 1763 King George III of England issued Proclamation of 1763. Today, it's deceitfulness is still causing civil strife among Ojibway People. Ojibway People in Canada recognize it while Ojibway People in United States don't know about it. Strange, because it dealt almost exclusively with land in United States. Last battle of Pontiac's War may have been a December 14, 1763 massacre known as Conestoga Massacre or Colonel Bradstreets Defeat in October 1764. On July 25, 1766 Ojibway leaders and English leaders agreed to end Pontiac's War. Below is a list of Battles of Pontiac's War.