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The Treaty of Paris 1783

Analyze the liberal treaty terms of the 1783 Treaty of Paris.
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Chase Manske

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Transcript of The Treaty of Paris 1783

Analyze the liberal treaty terms of the
1783 Treaty of Paris. The Treaty of Paris 1783 Both the British and the Americans were becoming heavily affected by war, meaning
that both sides were tired, weak, and poor. After the final battle at Yorktown, the British had given up hope, surrendering to the Patriots and allowing them to put the Treaty of Paris into action. The Treaty of Paris granted the colonies complete independence, deported all of the existing British troops, and established boundaries between the colonies and British North America. Causes Leading to the Treaty of Paris - The colonies wanted total independence from Britain
- Britain was slowly being beaten by the colonies
- Yorktown was the last major battle in the war causing General Charles Cornwallis to surrender to Washington and his men (assisted by French naval and military forces)
-Areas such as France, Spain, and the Dutch Republic chose to get involved to ensure that Britain would no longer be the "top dog" for fear of being at huge disadvantage Terms of The Treaty of Paris 1783 - The American colonies were granted independence from Britain
- Boundaries were set between the colonies and the British North America
- The Mississippi River became the western boundary however it remained neutral between Britain and the colonies so that both sides could benefit from it's use
- Fishing rights were given back to American fishermen (off the coast of Canada)
-Patriots will "back off" of the loyalists who chose to remain in the colonies
- Prisoners of war will be released from both sides
- All confiscated land is to given back to its rightful owners
-All future property confiscations of British belongings by Americans will be prevented
-Colonists would pay debts owed to British Merchants " Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have the right to it derived from our Maker. But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us, at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood "
- John Adams "The hour is fast approaching, on which the Honor and Success of this army, and the safety of our bleeding Country depend. Remember officers and Soldiers, that you are free men, fighting for the blessings of Liberty -- that slavery will be your portion, and that of your posterity, if you do not acquit yourselves like men."
George Washington, 1776 Who lead the British army at Yorktown?
What is one term both the British and Colonists agreed upon?
What is the exact date the signing occurred? Questions Effects of the Treaty of Paris 1783 - Gave the Americans enlarged boundaries, which was forfeited over by the Indians (who were now major trading partners with America).
-Britain's protection of the colonies was withdrawn
-All terms of the Treaty were ignored as years past. Article 1 is the only term still in use today. Who signed the Treaty? Those who represented the U.S. at the signing included Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and John Jay (patriot, diplomat, founding father, 1st chief justice of the U.S from 1789 to 1795). David Hartley, a member of the British parliament, represented King George III by participating as well.
When? The peace treaty was signed on September 3rd, 1783 and was to be enforced starting 6 months after the signing.
Where? The treaty was named off of the location the signing took place, Paris, France. Additional Info. About the Treaty The Treaty of Paris ended the war between the United States and Britain, but in the agreements France and Spain were included. Spain, who had signed preliminary articles alongside of France, had received Florida in exchange for the Bahamas. France on the other hand, returned all of Britain territories remaining in their hands as did Britain for France.France also gained the Senegal River and fishing around Newfoundland became legal once again. The Dutch Republic signed it's own articles with Britain who had to give back all Dutch possessions, however they kept Nagapatnam on the Indian coast. Both the British and the Americans were becoming heavily affected by war, meaning
that both sides were tired, weak, and poor. After the final battle at Yorktown, the British had given up hope, surrendering to the Patriots and allowing them to put the Treaty of Paris into action. The Treaty of Paris granted the colonies complete independence, deported all of the existing British troops, and established boundaries between the colonies and British North America. -War was unpopular in
England because of the strain it had placed on both British economy and government finances (in Parliament, members of the Tory party, including Lord North, were replaced by members of the Whig party who wished to end the war)
- The harmful effects of war were hard on both sides (tired, weak, poor, etc.)

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