Which countries did the US acquire from Spain in the Treaty of Paris Of 1898?
The phillipeans, Guam, and Peuto Rico. Spain also relinquished power of Cuba
The Paris Treaty or The Treaty of Paris NEW ANSWER: The Treaty of Paris in 1763, brought the end to the French and Indian War. In the final settlement, Britain managed to acquire Florida from Spain. In partial compensation, Spain received New Orleans and the part of French Louisiana west of the Mississippi. The regions that were once known as New France, was no more.
Great Britain acquired Alabama from France with the Treaty of Paris (1763) ended the 7 years War (French and Indian War). And Alabama was included in the original boundaries of the United States set out in the Treaty of Paris (1783) that ended the American Revolution and formally recognized the United States as a country. Other parts were transferred from Spain by the Treaty Of Madrid as well as conquest in the War of 1812
There are over 10 major Treaties of Paris. Without a year given, this question is unanswerable. Treaty of Parismay refer to any of a number of treaties which have been negotiated and signed in Paris, France, including: Treaty of Paris (1229) , ended the Albigensian Crusade Treaty of Paris (1259) , between Henry III of England and Louis IX of France Treaty of Paris (1303) , between King Philip IV of France and King Edward…
The Treaty of Paris of 1763 was written to end the French and Indian War. The Treaty was made possible by the British victory over France and Spain, and marked the beginning of an era of British dominance outside Europe and it did not involve either Prussia or Austria who signed a separate Treaty of Hubertusburg.
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.