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Welcome to the
virtual Treaty of Paris Center!
We no longer schedule historical programs at the Maryland Inn; however, the "America's 14 Forgotten Presidents Before Washington" free exhibit can be viewed in their Crown & Crab Room. Thank you for coming to our events in 2015.

From left to right: Will Ridgley Sr., David Smith, Darcie Croatti, Mark Croatti, Phil Webster

Hancock
Jay
Huntington
Hanson
Mifflin
NOW ON DISPLAY AT THE MARYLAND INN: THE
exhibit, a collection of original, signed documents (one for each president).
Where: In the Maryland Inn's Crown and Crab Room.
Please enter from Main Street. NOTE: If the room is locked, ask the restaurant to open it and turn the light on)
Address: 16 Church Circle, Annapolis, Maryland (please enter from Main Street)
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TEACHERS: Rediscover the Treaty of Paris Period!


1783
Washington
Jefferson
Monroe
Madison
Hamilton


1787
 Watch our films and lectures or walk the Treaty of Paris Trail,
a self-guided journey through the Treaty of Paris Period related
to the Founding Fathers who passed through Annapolis and into American history: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson,
James Monroe
, James Madison and Alexander Hamilton
!
Learn about everything that they did in Annapolis (from 1783-87)!
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After the signing of the Treaty of Paris

in 1783 ended the Revolutionary War, Annapolis became the first post-war, peacetime capital of the United States. Several of the Founding Fathers participated in many events of critical importance here during the Treaty of Paris Period, including
the 1786 meeting that led to the 1787 Constitutional Convention.

Annapolis

served as a

BRIDGE

 between the

the Revolution and the Constitution!

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Where the history of Annapolis comes to life!