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Canada 8-3: Plains and British Columbia

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trade goods
European settlers who came to the Canadian Plains brought ________ and diseases to the indigenous peoples.
diseases
European settlers who came to the Canadian Plains brought trade goods and ___________ to the indigenous peoples.
buffalo herds
The indigenous peoples of the plains suffered greatly when European settlers killed off ___________________.
wheat farmers
Most Europeans immigrants in Saskatchewan became _____________.
customs
Each of the first groups to come to British Columbia had a complex society and its own _____________________.
gold
The lives of the indigenous peoples in British Columbia were not changed as much by trade with Europeans as by the discovery of ________.
customs
By the late 1800s, Canadian laws banned indigenous peoples' ________, religions, and languages.
religions
By the late 1800s, Canadian laws banned indigenous peoples' customs, _______, and languages.
languages
By the late 1800s, Canadian laws banned indigenous peoples' customs, religions, and __________________.
railroad
In 1881, Canadians began to work on a ____________ that would link Montreal and Vancouver.
Pacific Rim
Many people who live in British Columbia today feel that their future lies with the _________ countries, not with the rest of Canada.
Asia
Forty percent of British Columbia's trade is with countries in _____.
immunity
natural resistance to diseases
totem pole
a tall, carved, wooden pole that contains symbols of a group, a clan, or a family of indigenous peoples
boomtown
a town that grows very quickly to serve the needs of miners
Saskatchewan
the province in which one quarter of Canada's farmland is located
wheat
Saskatchewan is called "Canada's Breadbasket" because so much _____ is grown there.
farm
European explorers first came to British Columbia to
gold
In 1858, ___ was discovered on Vancouver Island.
unite
The goal in building a railroad from Montreal to Vancouver was to _______ Canada.
Pacific Rim
British Columbia's trade, diverse people, and physical geography link the province with ______ countries.