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Ch. 6 section 4

Important people, events, and places

QuestionAnswer
Comte de Rochambeau He was commander of the French forces trapped in Newport, Rhode island.He marched his troops to meet Washington.
Francois de Grasse He was a French naval commander. He and hias troops went to Chesapeake Bay instead of New York
Battle of Yorktown This was the place that Cornwallis surrendered his troops. The Americans and French had 14,000 troops, and the British had 8,000 troops. Cornwallis surrendered his troops on October 19. The Americans won.
Benjamin Franklin He was a delegate to Paris to work out a treaty after Yorktown.
John Adams He was a delegate to Paris to work out a treaty after Yorktown
John Jay He was a delegate to Paris to work out a treaty after Yorktown
Treaty of Paris signed September 3, 1783 British concessions 1)The British recognized the United States as an independent nation. 2) The British promised to withdrawal their troops from America. 3) The British gave Americans the right to fish off the Canadian coast.
Treaty of Paris signed September 3, 1783 American concessions 1) The Americans agreed to allow British merchants to collect debts owed to them by Americans. 2) The Congress would advise the states to return property taken from Loyalists.
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