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  • Colonists and Manifest Destiny
  • Reading Activity
    • Independently read section 10.2 and answer the reading questions.
    • You will have approximately 20 min to complete.
  • Reading Questions
    • Who were the original people that lived in Canada?
      • Native Americans: Algonquin, Huron, Cree, Blackfoot, Inuit
    • After which war did Great Britain take Canada from France?
      • French and Indian War
  • Reading Questions
    • What were some of the differences between French and English colonists?
      • French lived with Natives, English lived separate
      • Religion: France Catholic, English Protestant
      • Language
    • How did Great Britain try and solve the conflict?
      • Created two new provinces : Upper Canada for the English-Speaking and Lower Canada for French-speaking
  • Reading Questions
    • What were the conditions that caused England to send Lord Durham? What lesson from history had Britain learned?
      • Royal Governor and Wealthy Brits hold power
      • Middle class demand more say in government
      • French resent English rule
      • Rebellions break out in both Upper and Lower Canada
  • Reading Questions
    • What were the two major reforms proposed by the Durham report? Why?
      • Reunite Upper and Lower Canada
      • British immigration should be encouraged
      • French would become part of a dominant British culture
  • Reading Questions
    • What were some of the impacts MacDonald’s policies had on Canada?
      • Westward Expansion
      • Transcontinental Railroad
    • Who were the original inhabitants of New Zealand and Australia?
      • Maoris – New Zealand
      • Aborigines- Australia
  • Reading Questions
    • What is a penal colony?
      • Place where convicts are sent to serve their sentence as an alternative to jail time
      • British convicts sent to Australia
    • What became the cash crop of Australia?
      • Wool
  • Reading Questions
    • Why was settlement of New Zealand slower than that in Australia?
      • Britain recognized the property rights of the Maoris
    • What was the first country in the world to give the vote to women (white European women at least)?
      • New Zealand
  • Reading Questions
    • What is the Australian Ballot?
      • Secret ballot
    • Who granted England control of Ireland?
      • Pope Hadrian IV (who was English himself)
    • What was one major conflict between Ireland and the settling English?
      • Religion
  • Reading Questions
    • What effects did the potato blight have in Ireland? The United States?
      • Emigration out of the country
      • Population decline
      • Us experienced large influx of immigrants that led to cultural clashes and xenophobia
  • Reading Questions
    • What type of rule was preferred by most Irish? Why did England refuse to grant this type of rule?
      • Home rule: stay under British Kingdom but have independent government
      • Feared for the minority of protestants in the country
  • Reading Questions
    • What was the British solution to the violence in Ireland?
      • Split the country into Northern and Southern Ireland
      • Northern remained part of Britain and Southern had home rule
  • War with Mexico
    • Manifest Destiny
      • Belief that the US has the right and duty to rule North America from Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean
      • Used to justify a wide variety of transgressions
    • Indian Removal Act of 1830
      • Federal Government could force Native Americans off land to make room for settlers
      • Led to the Trail of Tears
  • Trail of Tears
  • War with Mexico
    • Mexico wins independence from Spain in 1821 and possesses all the land west and south of the Louisiana Purchase
    • Mexico accepts our settlers moving into their lands
  • War with Mexico
    • Many American Settlers in Texas
    • Texas revolts from Mexico in 1836 and gains its independence
      • Revolt led by Americans
    • United States annexes Texas in 1845
      • Mexico sees this as an act of aggression
      • US basically stole their land
      • Argue over the border between Texas and Mexico
  • War with Mexico
    • Continue the boarder dispute and US draws Mexico into a war
    • US captures Mexico city and forces a surrender
    • Mexican Cession
      • US forces Mexico to cede California and other Southwest territory as part of the agreement
  • Gadsan Purchase
    • Purchased the bottom portion of New Mexico from Mexico in 1853
  • Inventions
    • List the top ten inventions (1 being the most important and 10 being the least) of the 19 th and 20 th centuries
  • Inventors
    • Edison
    • Bell
    • Marconi
    • Ford
    • Wright Brothers
  • Mass Culture
    • Causes of Mass Culture
      • Public education increased literacy
      • Mass duplication
      • Weekend
    • Music hall
    • Movies
    • sports
  • Scientific Developments
    • Germ Theory
      • Louis Pasteur
      • Realized that germs were causing the fermentation
      • Called Bacteria
      • Learned that heat killed bacteria
      • Led to Pasteurization process
  • Scientific Developments
    • Cleanliness linked to spread of disese
      • Lister’s clean operating rooms save live s
      • Cities increase sanitation to fight infectious disease
    • Vaccines and cures for diseases
  • Scientific Developments
    • Darwin’s theory of Evolution
      • Natural Selection
      • Evolution
        • We are related to chimps?
      • Book is still banned in some places
        • Stolen from libraries
      • Social Darwinism and Racism