Threaty of Paris
Updated: 2/7/2020
Threaty of Paris
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  • The Treaty of Paris
  • Outcomes for France
  • Outcomes for Indigenous
  • In 1763, the Treaty of Paris was signed to end The Seven Years War. This affected different people in differnt ways.
  • Outcomes for Great Britian
  • In the treaty, French lost most of their land in North America. The British let them have fishing territory in Newfoundland, but they lost many other resources.
  • Outcomes for New France
  • Since the French lost lots of their territory, this impacted the First Nations. The First Nations had strong alliances with the French, and were now on British territory. The British did however promise they would not move further west without their permission.
  • Outcomes for Thirteen Colonies.
  • The British won the war and had more territory. This meant they had more resources in North America.
  • Frace lost the war which meant they would now be under different government.
  • The thirteen colonies got to expand.
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