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Treaty Of Paris 1763

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Sam Henrich

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Transcript of Treaty Of Paris 1763

The main and most prominent long term goal of the treaty was to eliminate
French presence in North America
. Britain knew that in order for their empire to continue to expand, they would need land and resources that the new world provided. The main issue for Britain after the treaty of Paris was that the natives were cheated out of all of their land and this made them very hostile.

Treaty Of Paris 1763
Who Enacted the Legislation?
The legislation was enacted by French King
Louis XIV
, British
King George
, King Charles III of Spain and King Joseph of Portugal.
Great Britain gained all the post in Mississippi, Caribbean, New Orleans also returned Havana and Manila to Spain for Florida. Also, Louisiana, Miquelan and St.Pierre still belonged to France

Lost: France ceded Canada, Dominica, Grenada, Dominica, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Tobago, part of French Louisiana and an area from the Mississippi River to the Appalachian Mountains

The Treaty of Paris (1763) was the treaty that ended the "Seven Years War" (also known as the French and Indian war). between the British and the French (each with their respective allies) and
eliminated almost all French presence in North America
. France was clearly loosing the war, not just in North America, but also other French-occupied areas such as India. France wanted to make peace and end the fighting.
Frances Land Movements
Map before Legislation
Map after Legislation
Long Term goals Issues
Short Term Goals Issues
To Further Your Understanding
Ending Thoughts
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The Treaty of Paris 1763 granted English land between the
mountains, and the
; along with, taking control over the
Ohio Valley and Quebec
. Two very wanted places, as the Ohio Valley was a great trade route with forts along it. The Spanish also traded Florida for Cuba, giving the English control in multiple places. This gave them an advantage as they were able to control very much land.
The disadvantages for the English were; The Kings Royal Proclamation
prohibited settlement beyond the Appalachian mountains
, along with they ended up having enormous debt due to the expenses of war. Later affecting the American Revolution.

How it affected the

The French had to give England basically all of Canada
. They never got the Appalachian and lost very much land. The French would also later on have to pay taxes to the British from war expenses.
The affects of the Treaty lead to the French to have possession over two fishing islands.
St.Pierre and Miquelon
. Which would act as a shelter for Fisherman. With this they got the liberty of fishing and drying on part of the coast. They were also granted ``The liberty of Catholic religion to the Inhabitants of Canada.`` Which meant that for a certain amount of time the French may withdraw from Canada if they wish.
How did it affect the
They gained control of Western half of Louisiana Territory, and traded Florida in exchange for Cuba.
They lost all their land, as they were the first to ever come upon it. Many of their daily life's were changed and they got many diseases from all the new settlers.
It started in Pennsylvania 1753
The French were Catholic and the English were protestant which created a lot of controversy.
The English wanted to control colonies and build land.
May 1754, George Washington attacked Fort Meadows which were the first shots of war. The french believed they had exclusive rights since their explorers were their first.
Affects: Shifted global power, balance
Forts were taken over
The Treaty was signed by Portugal, Spain, British, and French.They fought for territory, trade routes, resources.
French and British both wanted to extend into the Appalachian
French had Indians supporting them.
The French tried to force English out by capturing several trading post and destroying Indian Village 1752 because they supported English traders.
Seven years was lasted 7 years, 1756-1763
The goal was to end hostiles between France and Britain in North America and reestablish power with the british and french.

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How It Affected The

Land Movements of the Treaty
What was the Legislation?
The Purpose of the Treaty of Paris 1763 was to end the 7 years war.
The French were given certain privileges on British land (Fishing and Drying Shacks).
At a nominal amount the French still traded furs but the British won over a vast majority of the land.
Before the legislation the French occupied a majority of NA. From the St. Lawrence flowing into Acadia and Midwest/ Central US.
The British controlled The Hudson Bay and East Coast regions.
While Spain dominated Florida, Central and Southern America along with the Caribbean.

The treaty of Paris
1763 was a signing of peace to bring the
Seven Years War
(otherwise known as the French and Indian war to an end). France gave all of Canada to Britain. Spain received all things west of Louisiana. While France maintained two small islands in the mouth of the St. Lawrence along with fishing privileges.
was the document that was signed exchanging land and benefits to each country
The obvious short term goal of the treaty of Paris was to
end the seven years war
. Without war and feuds over territory, people could feel free to
down in their country's land. For issues, the French were obviously not pleased with loosing their immense amount of land so that more than likely created some tension back in Europe.
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