## later36 Group Title The Treaty of _______, signed in 1783, made American independence official. Paris Boston Philadelphia Vienna I think it's Paris. Am I correct or is it something else? one year ago one year ago

1. dusty Group Title

paris is correct

2. later36 Group Title

Thanks

3. dusty Group Title

4. later36 Group Title

That gave you a medal right?

5. dusty Group Title

yes indeed it did :) thanks! lol

6. realsofia Group Title

Paris

7. later36 Group Title

Okay. Just making sure. Your welcome.

8. Dbro Group Title

No paris is not correct.

9. later36 Group Title

Well... I put paris and I got it right

10. dusty Group Title

its actually, i looked it up

11. Dbro Group Title

Well then my school is very stupid. My history teacher said that the Treaty of Paris was involved with the French and Indian War. If that was wrong , then anyone mind helping out with that?

12. Opcode Group Title

Let my help you out ^_^. $$\text{The Treaty of Paris}$$ Honestly there are many treaties under the name "The Treaty of Vienna" so I shall choose the most closest one to the rest. (Treaty of Paris (1783)) The Treaty of Paris was signed on September 3, 1783. It ended the war between Great Britain and their Indian allies on one side and the United States of America and its allies on the other. After treaty was signed Britain gave huge amounts of land to the U.S because no one ever thought of the Natives. @Dbro You are think of (Treaty of Paris (1763)). $$\text{The Treaty of Boston:}$$ was the treaty ending the Great American War [1861-1865]. (There is another name for The Treaty of Boston I just can remember. Sorry. $$\text{The Treaty of Philadelphia}$$ was the treaty that had something to do the Cherokee nation. [June 26, 1794] $$\text{The Treaty of Vienna}$$ Honestly there are many treaties under the name "The Treaty of Vienna" so I shall choose the most closest one to the rest. (Treaty of Vienna (1815)). The Treaty of Vienna solved issues arising from the French Revolutionary Wars, the Napoleonic Wars, and the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire. The Treaty of Vienna also formed the framework or body of the European international politics until WWI.

13. Dbro Group Title

OHhhhhhhh okay thanks man you're a life saver.

14. Opcode Group Title

No problem. History is where a excel at ^_^. Just so many treaties under the same name, is annoying.

15. Dbro Group Title

Yep indeed. History is so confusing at times.