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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 vs. United States Signed: The Treaty of Paris (1783) British Granted fishingrights and accessto Mississippiriver. Allowed for western expansion. Established boundaries between GreatBritain and Americas ON -September3rd, 1783 BY -John Adams,Benjamin Franklin,John Jay,David Hartley Great Britain and the alliednations of France, Spain, and the Netherlands were all involved. 1. The Treaty of Paris ended the Revolutionary War between Britain and the United States2. After the British defeated at Yorktown, peace talks in Paris began in April 1782between Richard Oswald, Ben Franklin, John Jay, and John Adams3. Spain, France, and Holland all fought on the American side4. Greatly increased the United States's territory, enabling the nation to rapidly becomea major international trading partner5. Several of the articles of the Treaty of Paris were violated by all sides in the chaoticaftermath of the war 6. Even after these negotiations were concluded, Britain retained control of the regionas leverage in order to gain recompense for confiscated Loyalist property AT -HotelD'York Americandead:25k Britishdead:24k John Adams- Benjamin Franklin- John Jay- David Hartley- Richard Oswald- A loyalist onthe American side but backed up the British in court after the Boston Massacre Served in the second continental congress and was one of the main negotiators of the Treaty of Paris An American statesman, Patriot, diplomat, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, signer of the Treaty of Paris, and first Chief Justice of the United States an English philosopher, scientific inventor, and a man that played a significant role in creating the Treaty of Paris a Scottish merchant, slave trader, and advisor to the British government on trade regulations and the conduct of the American War of Independence, and is best known as the British peace commissioner in Paris in 1782 who negotiated the Peace of Paris.
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