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APUSH List of Treaties


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Treaty of Paris (1763)
ended the French and Indian War between England and France
Treaty of Paris (1783)
ended the American Revolution with England
Jay's Treaty (1794)
British agreed to leave the forts they occupied on the U.S. frontier
Pinckney's Treaty (1795)
Spain allowed Americans to travel freely along the Mississippi River and settled boundary disputes between U.S. and Spain
Treaty of Greenville (1795)
ended the Battle of Fallen Timbers; 12 Indian tribes agreed to give up their land that consisted of most of present-day Ohio and Indiana to the U.S. government
Louisiana Purchase (1803)
America acquired Lousiana territory from France; doubled the size of the country
Treaty of Ghent (1814)
ended the War of 1812 with England
Adams-Onís Treaty (1819)
Spain gave Florida to the United States
Oregon Treaty (1846)
divided Oregon Country between the United States and Canada
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848)
ended the war with Mexico; U.S. acquired the Mexican Cession
Treaty of Paris (1898)
ended Spanish-American War; Cuban independence; U.S. acquires Puerto Rico, Guam, Philippines
Platt Amendment (1902)
made Cuba a U.S. protectorate
Treaty of Versailles (1918)
ended World War I; German reparations and war-guilt clause; League of Nations, U.S. does not sign
Potsdam Treaty (1945)
ended World War II in Europe; carved up and disarmed Germany; eliminated Nazis; punished war criminals
Korean War settlement (1953)
stalemate−Korea remained split with demilitarized zone between North and South (never officialy ended!)
Geneva Accords (1954)
temporarily divided Vietnam into communist North and anticommunist South
Paris Peace Accords (1973)
ended American involvement; country remained divided with North Vietnamese troops in the South
Camp David Accords (1978)
President Carter helped negotiate Middle East peace agreements between Jordan and Egypt and Israel