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Albany Congress (1754) North American colonial conference to discuss Native American relations. Representatives from seven northern and middle colonies met Iroquois leaders and negotiated an alliance against the French. At this meeting Benjamin Franklin proposed a plan for union of the colonies, which was rejected by the colonial governments.
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