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WH: Chapter 26

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1853
United states send naval force to make Japan open its ports to trade
Nagasaki
japans only window into the world, Dutch allowed very limited trade
Daimyo
financial hardship, money was needed, wealth in land rather than cash, heavy expense of maintaing households
opium war
britsh vicotory over china, forced them to sign unequal treaties
july 1853
american ships sailed into tokyo bay commanded by matthew perry
Commodore Mathew Perry
letter from presiden, demanding that japan open its ports to diplomatic and commercial exchange
Treaty of Kanagawa
1854, open 2 ports for america but not for trade
1854
treaty of Kanagawa
Meiji restoration
1868-1912, studied west
Meiji constitution
people are all equal before law, emperor power, legislature wad a diet, banking railroads and ports, zzaibatsu, ended legal distinctions
Zaibatsu
banking and power famlies, Kawasaki
Sino-japenese war
1894, japan vs. china japan won ports in chia and taiwan
1894
sino-japenese war
Russo-Japanese war
Japan vs. Russian, Japan won
Treaty of Portsmouth
1905 gained Korea as well as Manchuria
Hermit kingdom
Japan
March first movement
march 1, 1919 nonviolent protest of Japan, symbol of Jordan nationalists
1867
Unseated shogun restored emperor
March 1, 1919
march first movement
Tokyo
eastern capital
Meiji
enlighten rule
1871
Japanese government traveled to learn western ways
1889
Meiji constitution
Diet
legislature, one house elected and one house emperor elected
Kawasaki
business dynasties who ruled industrial empires
Japan industry
steel, silk
1989
Japanese women forbidden political power
Homogeneous society
common culture and language
1976
Korea opens ports to Japanese
Korea
ruled by Japanese for 36 years
French Indochina
Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia
Sea
Thailand
Mongkut
1851-1868, reformed government and modernized army, new technology, and abolished slavery
Chulalongkurn
son of mongkut
Spanish-American war
1898 us vs. Spain over Cuba, us won
1851-1868
mongkut
1898
Spanish American war
Emilio agunald
battled American forces,
Samos
1878, treaty with us giving extraterritoy
Liliou Kalani
Hawaiian queen overthrown in 1893
Guan
us after Spanish American war
Phan thanh glan
Viet official and patriot
Dutch east India company
gained control of Moluccas
Moluccas
spice islands
Indigenous
original people
Replacement
when settlers overthrew indigenous
Canada act of 1791
split Canada up
Upper Canada
English (resented British power)
Lower Canada
French (British ignored needs)
William Lyon Mackenzie
leader of Upper Canada revolt
Durham report
balled for united Canada
Canadian act of union
1840 elected legislature for domestic policy
1840
Canadian act of union
John MacDonald
urged confederation our unity of providences
George-Etienne Cartier
dominate by us
British North American 1867
dominion of Canada
Dominion
self governing nation
Canadian pacific railroad
1885 east and west
Lous reil
led a revolt of Métis
Métis
people of Native American and Europe
Captain James cook
Australia and New Zealand
Aborigines
earliest people living there
Penal colony
preseason
Outback
rugged interior
Commonwealth of Australia
1901, helped colonies unite drew from both federal and prime minister
Maoris
local people
cuadillos
local strongmen that assembled private armies to resist central governemt
Economic dependence
when less developed nations export raw materials and commodities to industrial nations and import manufactured goods, capital and technology
Mexican war
1845, united states annexed Texas, us won and got half of Mexico
La reforma
era of reforming 1855
Benito Juarez
la reforma, revised constitution to strip military and end special for church preside in 1861
Porfirio Diaz
dictator (1875-1880)(1884-1911)
Order and progress
strengthened army, local police and central government
Peonage
workers wanted advances and required them to work kit off
Hacienda
ranch
Colossus of the north
united states
Monroe doctrine
1823, American is not allowed to be colonized
Spanish American war
1848 joined Cuba against Spain
Puerto Rico
us got in Spanish American war, guan and Philippines
Platt amendment
1901, add to Cuban constitution gave naval bases and right to interfere
Guantanamo naval base
got in Platt amendment
Roosevelt corollary
1904, policy to the Monroe doctrine "international police power" in western hemisphere
Panama canal
1914, backed panama against Colombia (1903)
Rudyard Kipling
1900 popular writer
Cecil Rhodes
leading promoter of British imperialism