Treaty of Paris Comic

Treaty of Paris Comic

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  • Suggestions for the Treaty of Paris Representatives from Great Britain and the to be nation of America meet to discuss suggestions for the Treaty of Paris.
  • The people of the colonies fought hard and deserve freedom Great Britain.
  • How could we have lost?
  • The representative from the colonies suggests that Great Britain will let the colonies be free from their control.
  • I say that the treaty will have Great Britain let the colonies become an independent nation.
  • What?!
  • The representative from Great Britain is angered at what the representative from the colonies is suggesting to be on the treaty. However, King George III has accepted defeat so the treaty would have to be made and signed.
  • King George accepted defeat. We will make this treaty and you will sign it.
  • This is madness!
  • The representative from the colonies tells the British representative the land of the colonies they will own. The British representative asks what the colonies will contribute.
  • You will also have to give up the claims for the land from the Mississippi River to the Atlantic Ocean and from the border of Canada to southern Florida.
  • What?! Tell me, what will you contribute to this treaty?
  • The representative of Great Britain calls out the representative of the colonies for not suggesting anything that the colonies would have to do for the Treaty of Paris. The representative from the colonies is thinking of suggestions.
  • Oh, um...
  • Exactly! Great Britain is giving a lot up for this treaty and you're just going to give nothing?
  • The representative from the colonies finally comes up with a suggestion as to what the colonies will contribute to the Treaty of Paris. The representative from Great Britain agrees and will sign the treaty.
  • Fine, the colonies will give back all the rights and properties taken from the British loyalists during the war.
  • Alright then. Lets just get this treaty written and signed already.
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