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Sir William Johnson

Johnson, Sir William (1715–74), British superintendent of Indian affairs in North America (1755–74). His just and honest conduct kept the Iroquois nations, into which he was adopted, on the British side in the French and Indian War. He commanded the victorious forces at the battle of Lake George.

See also: French and Indian Wars.

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