5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Tordesillas Convention
- Early Tokugawa Japan
- Beginning of the Meiji
- Progressive (good) aspects of the Taiping Rebellion
- a Trading port called Deshima traded with China, Philippines and America, but in the beginning only the Dutch
- b Closed itself off 1616-1630
Economy didn't grow much, stayed feudal.
- c -Gave back land to peasants, erased debt and reformed land.
-Female emancipation, movement for women equality
-Education, introduced easier form of writing and new lunar calender.
- d 1490's, gave rise to patronage (padrodros) This basically means Spain went one way, Portugal went the other. and connected the 3 oceans through the use of silver.
- e Jan 3, 1867, Meiji beings. Literally means: enlightened rule. in 1868 the Emperor removes all Shogun land and Tokyo becomes the new eastern capital.
5 Multiple choice questions
- -Bounded space, decline of sovereign/king rule.
-Need a story, set boundaries, military, urban planning
-industrial, economic and technological capacity
-Pride, flags, uniform, song, story
- Ruled until 1857 when the Sepoy mutiny began. He was the last mugal empire, not a good ruler.
- Took place in Palashi, Bengal. it was a battle where 4400 British troops versus 50,000 Nawab troops. Britian won and pushed the French out of India to Vietnam. British won because they covered their gunpowder during a rain storm. Happened the same time as the 7 years war and French-Indian war
- 8.7% of the world was controlled by france. Took over parts of Vietnam. In 1844, they signed the Whampoa treaty with China to rent houses, shops, build churches, hospitals and schools.
- Hindu and Muslim Soliders during the 1857 rebellion against Britain.
5 True/False questions
British occupation of India → started 1664 under queen Elizabeth and ruled until 1858. They traded gunpowder and opium for cotton, silk and tea. They started off in Kolkotta and moved to Mumbai. They eventually placed a government in India instead of ruling from England
Chinese Exclusion Act → in 1882, No more migration of Chinese for 20 years. Those in the US had to carry passports and Chinese could no longer gain US citizenship.
Kanghwa Treaty → After Japanese missions in 1868, 1875 and 1876 fail, in 1876 Japan sends in warships to Inchon to force this treaty
Han → The chinese majority that the Manchu during the Qing ruled over.
Principle/doctrine of lapse → Allowed Britain to take complete control of India and rule over it.