The Treaty of Paris, 1783: A Primary Source Examination of the Treaty that Recognized American Independence
Along with the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution, the Treaty of Paris is recognized as one of the major documents responsible for the creation of the United States. Signed in 1783, it solidified independence for the new nation, ending the conflict between the United States and Britain. Using primary sources-including maps, letters, portraits, drawings, and original journal entries-this book provides insight into people involved and the events that led to the signing of this important treaty.
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