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The Treaty of Paris of Feb. 10, 1763, was signed by Great Britian, France, and Spain.map-proclamation-line.jpgtreaty-of-paris.jpg

The Treaty of Paris (1763) ended the conflict that is known as the Seven Years War in Europe. The colonists could not go across the Appalacian Mountains. The Treaty of Paris of 1763 was important because England gained massive amounts of land and France lost almost all of its land in North America. France lost its possessions on the North American continent by ceding Canada and all its territories east of the Mississippi River to Great Britain, and by ceding Louisiana to its ally, Spain, in compensation for Florida, which Spain yielded to Great Britain. France retained the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon and recovered Guadeloupe and Martinique in the West Indies from Great Britain, in exchange for which it ceded Grenada and the Grenadines to the English. In East India the French were permitted to return to their posts, but they were forbidden to maintain troops or build forts in Bengal; India thus virtually passed to Great Britain. In Africa France yielded Senegal to Great Britain. Cuba and the Philippines were restored to Spain. In Europe the French and Spanish returned Minorca to Great Britain, and France withdrew its troops from Germany.

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