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Treatyofparis

  1. 1. THE WAR IS OVER!!!! PEACE TALKS BEGIN IN PARIS
  2. 2. Warm Up
  3. 3. Warm Up What battle essentially led to the end of the Revolutionary War? What was the treaty called that ended the war? What year was the treaty “ratified”? What does that word mean? What did you do over break!!!
  4. 4. Warm Up What battle essentially led to the end of the Revolutionary War? What was the treaty called that ended the war? What year was the treaty “ratified”? What does that word mean? What did you do over break!!!
  5. 5. Warm Up What battle essentially led to the end of the Revolutionary War? What was the treaty called that ended the war? What year was the treaty “ratified”? What does that word mean? What did you do over break!!!
  6. 6. Objectives
  7. 7. Objectives Identify the terms of the Treaty of Paris Read and discuss the reasons why the American’s won the Revolutionary War
  8. 8. Main Idea
  9. 9. Main Idea The Treaty of Paris (1783) ended the American Revolutionary War and made the United States an independent nation.
  10. 10. I. Causes
  11. 11. I. Causes A. General Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown
  12. 12. I. Causes A. General Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown B. John Adams and Dr. Franklin sent to Paris in 1782 to discuss terms
  13. 13. I. Causes A. General Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown B. John Adams and Dr. Franklin sent to Paris in 1782 to discuss terms C. British eager to surrender, so America pretty much gets what they want
  14. 14. I. Causes A. General Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown B. John Adams and Dr. Franklin sent to Paris in 1782 to discuss terms C. British eager to surrender, so America pretty much gets what they want
  15. 15. II. The Treaty
  16. 16. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783)
  17. 17. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783) B. British recognize United States as an independent nation
  18. 18. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783) B. British recognize United States as an independent nation - Mississippi Atlantic Ocean
  19. 19. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783) B. British recognize United States as an independent nation - Mississippi Atlantic Ocean - Great Lakes Florida (returned to Spain)
  20. 20. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783) B. British recognize United States as an independent nation - Mississippi Atlantic Ocean - Great Lakes Florida (returned to Spain) C. America agreed to pay loyalist back for property they had taken (yeah right like that was going to happen)
  21. 21. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783) B. British recognize United States as an independent nation - Mississippi Atlantic Ocean - Great Lakes Florida (returned to Spain) C. America agreed to pay loyalist back for property they had taken (yeah right like that was going to happen) D. April 15th, 1783 treaty was ratified by Congress
  22. 22. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783) B. British recognize United States as an independent nation - Mississippi Atlantic Ocean - Great Lakes Florida (returned to Spain) C. America agreed to pay loyalist back for property they had taken (yeah right like that was going to happen) D. April 15th, 1783 treaty was ratified by Congress
  23. 23. II. The Treaty A. Known as the Treaty of Paris (1783) B. British recognize United States as an independent nation - Mississippi Atlantic Ocean - Great Lakes Florida (returned to Spain) C. America agreed to pay loyalist back for property they had taken (yeah right like that was going to happen) D. April 15th, 1783 treaty was ratified by Congress

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