The treaty was ineffective. Britain retained its western posts until after JAY'S TREATY (1794), and denied the US free navigation of the St Lawrence. The Americans largely ignored their promises to the Loyalists, many of whom settled in Canada. Nevertheless, Britain soon resumed trade with and investment in the new republic.
Author CORNELIUS J. JAENEN
Links to Other Sites
Canadian Geographic: Historical Maps
Take a walk through the history of Canada. Select a year to see the maps and the history related to that era. From the "Canadian Geographic" website.
Treaty of Paris, 1783
Scroll down the page for an overview of the Treaty of Paris (1783.) Click on the “Treaty of Paris” link for more information. From the “Canada in the Making” website.
International Boundary Commission
The official website for the International Boundary Commission.
Battles of 1759 and 1763
This site chronicles key military conflicts in Québec during the 18th century. From The National Battlefields Commission.