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Traditions and Encounters ch. 33
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an 18 year old student at Oxford university and served as prime minister of the British Cape Colonyq
Cecil Rhodes was?
who said, "we are the finest race in the world and more of the world we inhabit, the better it is for the human race"?
the author of "The White Man's Burden" was?
Rudyard Kipling's poem, "The White Man's Burden", was actually meant to inspire the Americans to colonize?
facilitating the building and maintenance of empires by enabling naval vessels to travel rapidly between the world's seas and oceans
the Suez Canal was essential for?
opened the door for British colonial rule in Sudan
the battle of Omdurman?
submarine cables linked all parts of the British empire throughout the world by?
the most important figures in the uprising in 1857 in India were?
Britain/Russian military officers and imperialist adventurers engaging in a risky pursuit of influence and intelligence
the term Great Game refers to?
in 1824, Thomas Stamford Raffles founded the port of?
between 1859 and 1893, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos all fell under the control of?
by 1900, the only part of southeast Asia not under European imperial rule was?
the chief victim of late 19th century European imperialistic expansion was?
Dr. David Livingstone
the Scottish minister who, while searching for suitable missionary posts, traveled through much of central and southern Africa was?
Henry Morton Stanley (under the direction of King Leopold II of Belgium)
the Congo Free State was established in the 1870s by?
the Boers were?
divided Africa among European countries and the United States
the Berlin conference?
a small colony consisting of mostly convicted criminals
New South Wales in Australia started as?
was signed by Maori leaders which presumably designed to place New Zealand under British protection- actually signaled coming of official British colonization in New Zealand
the Treaty of Waitangi?
claimed the Americas as a US protectorate, and served as a justification in hemispheric affairs
the Monroe Doctrine?
after the overthrow of Queen Lili'uokalani in 1893, the United States took over?
the Spanish-Cuban-American War
the United States occupied Cuba, Puerto Rice, Guam, and the Philippines after its victory in?
Emilio Aguinaldo led an uprising in?
Latin America/their half of the hemisphere
the "Roosevelt Corollary" strengthened U.S. military and economic claims in which area of the world?
Meiji officials- Japan
in 1876, Korea was forced to accept an unequal trading treaty by?
the status of Korea
the Sino-Japanese War began with a dispute over?
Japan became a major imperial power after its victory in the...?
by the late 19th century, the world's leading producer of cotton was?
Under British control, Ceylon became a major producer of?
between 1800 and 1914, how many Europeans migrated overseas?
in the 19th century, the majority of indentured laborers came from?
the Maji Maji rebellion occurred in?
Count Joseph Arthur de Gobineau
the author of the "Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races" was?
all living species had evolved over thousands of years in a ferocious contest for survival. "survival of the fittest"
the social Darwinists believed that?
the domination of European imperialists over subject peoples as the inevitable result of natural scientific principles
the term "social Darwinism" is associated with?
developed a sense of superiority over the peoples they conquered and ruled
in regard to imperialism, the Japanese and Americas?
arguing for the construction of a society in INdia based on both modern European science and traditional Hinduism
Ram Mohan Roy was responsible for?
end the practice of sati, improving the status of women, sought to bring Hindu spirituality to bear on the problems and conditions of his time
What were the core beliefs of Ram Mohan Roy?
increased contact among formerly isolated groups and subsequent human migrations into lands already occupied
which of the following reasons account for the large number of languages that have become extinct during the period from 1500 to 2000?
Indian National Congress
the most important Indian reform group, founded in 1885, was the?
joined forces with the All-Indian Muslim League (the most prominent organization working to advance the political and social interests of Muslims)
in 1906, the Indian National Congress?
granted a limited franchise that allowed wealthy Indians to elect representatives to local legislative councils
in response to Indian resistance, the British in 1909?
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