Honors US I
The success of the Peace of Paris was to formally end the war with Britain and to be recognized as an independent country. This gave the United States freedom to govern themselves with out any interference from Britain.
The Treaty clearly states that each of the countries and allies who fought in the Revolution would get a share of territory in North America. Britain received Canada from France and for many years stayed at forts on American land. In return France attained all islands in the West Indies. The United States recaptured all territory West of the Mississippi River and freedom to fish in the New Foundland coast. The Native Americans, although not included in the treaty, were moved to all land beyond the Mississippi River border.
Since America was now independent, Britain could not impose any laws on the American people. This meant that the new American government could pay back debt as slowly as possible, and taxes could be inflicted on Americans by the state government. This was a plus for the Americans. Not only were they being taxed very little, but also the economy was excellent.
Although the war did not bring the United States and Britain closer together, it brought the colonists closer. The triumphant win over Britain was the first sign of nationalism. The Revolution showed that the thirteen colonies would go to war together for their independence besides any differences they’ve had in the past.
The successful aspects of the Peace of Paris, mentioned here, were