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What was the Cause and effect of Treaty of Paris?
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What are the cause and effects on the Treaty of Paris?
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Why was the Treaty of Paris called the Treaty of Paris?
What effect did the Treaty of Paris have on France?
What effect did the Treaty of Paris have on French colonists in Acadia?
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What effect did th Treaty of Paris have on Britain?
Did the Treaty of Paris bring peace to Paris?
The 1783 Treaty of Paris was part of a peace making process that ended a war in which the French were fighting, but it did not specifically effect the French itself. The 1783 Treaty of Paris ended the American Revolution. France was one of the nations that had taken part in this war on the side of the Americans. The Treaty of Paris, however, was between the Americans and the Kingdom of Great Britain, and the a separate treaty was used for the conflict between France and the British.
What treaty gave much of North America to the British?
Why is the treaty of Paris signed in Paris?
What effect did the Treaty of Paris have on North America?
The Treaty of Paris was signed by the French and the British in Paris in 1763. Under the terms of the treaty, France gave most of the lands in present day Canada to Britain. France also gave up claim to most of the lands between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi river. Furthermore, as a result of the treaty, Britain received Florida from Spain.
What did the British agree to in 1783 Treaty of Paris?