OTHER 1763 RESOURCES ONLINE

KEY PRIMARY SOURCES“Definitive Treaty of Peace and Friendship…” full online text of Treaty or Peace of Paris of 1763 at Yale University Law School’s Avalon Project

“By the King, A Proclamation,” full online text of the “Royal Proclamation” of October 7, 1763 at Yale University Law School’s Avalon Project

OTHER 1763 250th-RELATED EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS“1763 and All That,” program for conference at the University of Texas, Austin, February, 2010

“Conférence-débat—le Traité de Paris de 1763: la fin de la Nouvelle-France,” roundtable discussion presented by Pointe-à-Callière, the Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History, Montréal, Canada, with participation of 1763 Peace of Paris Commemoration Committee member Fred Anderson, February, 2013

Die königliche Jagdresidenz Hubertusburg und der Frieden von 1763, special exhibition at the Hubertusburg hunting lodge (site of the treaty ending hostilities between Prussia and Austria), Wermsdorf, Germany, April-November, 2013

The Royal Proclamation of 1763, exhibition at the Canadian Museum of History, Ottawa, Canada, October, 2013

“Paris 1763-Paris 1783: d’un traité à l’autre. Un monde atlantique nouveau,” three-day conference presented in Paris, November 2013, by the direction des Archives diplomatiques, the service interministériel des Archives de France, the Archives nationales, the direction de la mémoire, du patrimoine et des archives du ministère de la défense, le Service historique de la défense, and the Commission franco-québécoise

“250th Anniversary of the Treaty of Niagara,” commemoration of the 1764 Niagara peace conference, Old Fort Niagara, Youngstown, New York and Fort George, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, August, 2014

Rares et Précieux—le Traité de Paris, special exhibition of French signed copy of the 1763 Paris treaty at the Musée de la Civilisation, Québec, Canada, September-October, 2014

OTHER EXHIBITS & INTERPRETIVE RESOURCESAnishinaabe (Ojibwe) M’Chigeeng First Nation scholar and 1763 Peace of Paris Commemoration advisor Alan Ojiig Corbiere speaks about the 1764 Treaty of Niagara on its 250th anniversary at the Centre for Aboriginal Initiatives, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August, 2014

Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) M’Chigeeng First Nation scholar and 1763 Peace of Paris Commemoration advisor Alan Ojiig Corbiere speaks about the 1764 Niagara treaty and Anishinaabe diplomatic practice at the Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig Center of Excellence in Anishinaabe Education, Garden River First Nation Ontario, Canada, September, 2014

Nation to Nation: Treaties Between the United States and American Indian Nations, long-term exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC, opened September 2014

Le Traite de Paris de 1763 en bref (Quebec: Éditions du Septentrion, 2014) pamphlet about the 1763 Paris treaty including a facsimile reprint of one of the original signed French copies, viewable as online flipbook or PDF

“Royal Proclamation, 1763,” University of British Columbia Indigenous Foundations page about the Proclamation and its legacies for Canadian-First Nations relations

“Powers in the Land: Indian Nations and the Limits of Empire in North America,” presentation by 1763 Peace of Paris Commemoration Committee member Colin G. Calloway, part of the series “1764: Brown’s Founding in a Global Context,” John Carter Brown Library at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, November, 2014