Chief of the Mohawks during the French and Indian War?

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During the French and Indian War, the chief of the Mohawks was Hendrick Theyanoguin. This war was also known as the Seven Years' War. It lasted from 1754 - 1763. The predominant forces in the war was New France and British America. Great Britain and France declared war specifically on each other in 1756. Most of the war was fought on the perimeter of New France and the British colonies between Nova Scotia and Virginia.
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