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What were the key terms of the Treaty of Paris?
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The multiple choices are
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France received Florida. The colonies were recognized as an independent nation. The colonies received English land east of the Mississippi. Canada was accepted as an English possession. The colonies would pay their pre-war debts to England. English loyalists would get their American property back. England would protect American ports for five years.
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Treaty of Paris (1763): -- ended French and Indian War -- Britain got Canada -- France gave up all claims to land east of the Mississippi with the exception of New Orleans -- Britain returned Cuba to Spain in exchange for Florida Treaty of Paris (1783) -- ended the American Revolution -- Great Britain recognized American independence -- northern border of U.S. set along Great Lakes -- Mississippi River set as boundary between U.S. and Spanish territory -- Florida was returned to Spain and the border between Florida and U.S. was set -- Great Britain agreed to withdraw troops from U.S. territory -- Congress recommended that the rights and property of Loyalists be returned

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what is that for
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@DERRICKCURRY
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1973 do u have a specific year you needed
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The Second Continental Congress
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ok
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what is that for?
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the key words
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for the treaty of paris that is what the question says unless u posted the wrong questin
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they gave me these
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France received Florida. The colonies were recognized as an independent nation. The colonies received English land east of the Mississippi. Canada was accepted as an English possession. The colonies would pay their pre-war debts to England. English loyalists would get their American property back. England would protect American ports for five years.
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u have to pick the ones that r right
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yes
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I think the answer is A. B. E. F. G
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u r ecatly correct
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