Treaty of Paris (1763)

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The Treaty of Paris ended the French and Indian War. For seven years England and their colonists had battled against the French and their Native American allies. The war had originated in North America, but it quickly encompassed Europe, Africa, and India as well. Although the war had ended in 1760 in North America with England [[Category:{$topic}]]