Primary Source: The Treaty of Paris - Quiz & Worksheet


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Why did the Treaty of Paris (1783) invoke the 1782 Provisional Articles?

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1. Why does the Treaty of Paris (1783) end with a time limit of six months?

2. What was a major concern that held up the Treaty of Paris?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What do you know about the Treaty of Paris? Find out with this quiz/worksheet by answering questions on topics like the 1782 Provisional Articles and the reason the treaty mentions individuals from other nations.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be going over these points on the quiz:

  • Reference in the Treaty of Paris to ''Rhode Island and Providence Plantations''
  • Importance for the bodies of water between the U.S. and British territory in the treaty
  • Time limit at the end of the treaty

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you know the important information about the Treaty of Paris, such as the reason it included people from other countries
  • Making connections - use your understanding of the 1782 Provisional Articles and how they're connected to the Treaty of Paris
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the reason for the time limit at the end of the Treaty of Paris

Additional Learning

Learn more about the treaty in the lesson named Primary Source: The Treaty of Paris which will cover these topics listed below:

  • War that ended with the Treaty of Paris
  • Difficulties that happened before the treaty was signed
  • Articles in the treaty