On this day in history, America officially signs for independence, September 3, 1783

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'This Day in History': 09/03/1783 - Treaty of Paris Signed

On September 3 1783, the Treaty of Paris was signed between Britain, Spain, France, and the United States. The agreement marked the independence of United States and official boundaries were created for America.

Other Events on September 3:
1976: The first images of Mar are recorded as Viking II landed on Mars.
1978: Pope John Paul I was named to papacy, becoming the 264th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church.
1986: Olympic Snowboarder, Shaun White, was born in San Diego California.
2006: Andre Agassi announces his retirement from professional tennis.
2013: A 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit Southern Japan, the epicenter was 360 miles from Tokyo.
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