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                                                No.764   
"On Sept. 3, 1783, the Treaty of Paris is signed, officially ending the American Revolution."
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On This Day in American History
On Sept. 3, 1783, the Treaty of Paris is signed, officially ending the American Revolution. The treaty established the United States as a free and independent nation. Its borders were established, which included the 13 original Colonies as well as land stretching from the Georgia-Florida border to the Great Lakes and from the Atlantic Coast to the Mississippi River. American signatories included Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and John Jay. While some historians have said Britain was generous to the U.S. by ceding land west of the original Colonies, others say Britain may have been eyeing potential markets.

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The American Revolution officially comes to an end when representatives of the United States, Great Britain, Spain and France sign the Treaty of Paris on September 3, 1783. The signing signified America’s status as a free nation, as Britain formally recognized the independence of its 13 former American colonies, and the boundaries of the new republic were agreed upon: Floridanorth to the Great Lakes and the Atlantic coast west to the Mississippi River.

The events leading up to the treaty stretched back to April 1775, on a common green in Lexington, Massachusetts, when American colonists answered King George III’s refusal to grant them political and economic reform with armed revolution. On July 4, 1776, more than a year after the first volleys of the war were fired, the Second Continental Congress officially adopted the Declaration of Independence. Five difficult years later, in October 1781, British General Charles Lord Cornwallis surrendered to American and French forces at Yorktown, Virginia, bringing to an end the last major battle of the Revolution.

In September 1782, Benjamin Franklin, along with John Adams and John Jay, began official peace negotiations with the British. The Continental Congresshad originally named a five-person committee–including Franklin, Adams and Jay, along with Thomas Jefferson and Henry Laurens–to handle the talks. However, both Jefferson and Laurens missed the sessions–Jefferson had travel delays and Laurens had been captured by the British and was being held in the Tower of London. The U.S. delegation, which was distrustful of the French, opted to negotiate separately with the British.

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