From Ohio History Central
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Fort Sandusky illustrates the difficulties Great Britain had in settling the Ohio Country. Left deeply in debt following the French and Indian War, the royal government could not afford to defend adequately its territory from native uprisings. Settlers who ventured west of the Appalachian Mountains remained at the mercy of the Indians. British traders, hoping to form relationships with the Native Americans similar to that which the French had enjoyed, faced economic problems due to English policy. These difficulties would partly be responsible for the coming of the American Revolution.
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