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  1. Results. The battles of Saratoga in 1777 and Yorktown in 1781 were two major turning points in the Revolutionary war. Both were American victories over the British, but with very different results. The British defeat at Saratoga prolonged the war, while the battle at Yorktown foretold its end.

  2. The final results of all these factors had mammoth longterm consequences. Without the involvement of the world's newest superpower, the League of Nations was doomed to failure. Over the next two decades, the United States would sit on the sidelines as the unjust Treaty of Versailles and the ineffective League of Nations would set the stage for ...


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  4. End of the War and Results The French and Indian War ended on February 10, 1763 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. France was forced to give up all of its North American territory. Britain gained all of the land east of the Mississippi River and Spain gained the land west of the Mississippi. Consequences

  5. Peace of Paris (1763) ... Treaty of Paris (1783) Ended the American Revolution ... Results: Adams was elected president while his opponent, Jefferson, was elected ...

  6. 1763: Treaty of Paris–ends the French and Indian War, and surrenders all French controlled lands to the British, including Ohio Country. 1763: Pontiac's Rebellion –In an attempt to prevent the British from allowing colonists to settle on Indian lands, Pontiac, Chief of the Ottawa Tribe, organizes an alliance with other tribes to drive the ...

  7. Jun 01, 2015 · June 24: The Senate ratifies the Treaty of Amity, Commerce, and Navigation, commonly known as Jay's Treaty, between the United States and Great Britain. Washington later signs it into law. The acceptance of Jay's Treaty means that America and France will come close to war.

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