Peace Treaty of Paris
A Treaty of Paris could refer to any number of more than 25 treaties which have been negotiated and signed in Paris, France. There were two important Peace treaties, signed in Paris, that had a significant effect on the history of America during the 18th century (1700's):
- The Peace Treaty of Paris 1763 ended the French Indian War (aka the Seven Years War)
- The Peace Treaty of Paris 1783 formally ended the American Revolutionary War for Independence
The history and events leading up to the signing of 1783 Peace Treaty of Paris, its terms and their significance to the American colonists is fully detailed in this article.
Summary of the Peace Treaty of Paris 1783
The Definition and Summary of the Fact: This Paris Peace Treaty concluded the American War for Independence. The 1783 Peace Treaty of Paris was one of several treaties concluding the American Revolutionary War and signed by representatives of Great Britain on one side and the United States, France, and Spain on the other. The 1783 Peace Treaty of Paris was signed on September 3, 1783 during the reign of King George III.
The Peace Treaties of Paris
ended major wars in America