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Unformatted text preview: Outline in pink, fill with pink stripes - Original British North-America (before 1763) Outline in blue, fill with alternating pink and blue stripes - Territory gained by Britain from France in the Treaty of Paris (1763) (4 points per correct identification) 3) All over the Place For a PLACE, draw a black dot in its location and label it with the name of the place for a REGION, fill its territory with black stripes and place a label with the name of the region next to its territory for a RIVER, draw a black line representing its course, and label it with its name alongside that line.- St. Pierre and Macquelon- Coromandel and Orixa (also "Orissa")- Bengal- Sumatra- The Decan (also "Deccan")- Hesse- Senegal River- St. Lawrence River- Hannover (4 points per correct identification) Sheet1 Page 2 4) Extra Credit (4 points) Mark the location of the city of Paris, where this treaty was negotiated, with a black dot, and label it b"Paris."...
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- Spring '07