The Treaty of Paris, 1783
(Borders drawn at end of American Revolution)

Document Summary:
This treaty ended the revolutionary war. Britain recognized the United States as an independent nation.

However, Aboriginals were not consulted during the redrawing of the map between the United States and Québec. This impacted the Six Nations, who not only would lose land in the newly created United States - they had, until then, freely traveled the region bisected by this new border.