Chapter 13 Section 3

Chapter 13 Section 3 - -Suffered when Europe came b. A...

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Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory Chapter 13 Section 3 I. Canada Achieves Self-Rule a. The Two Canadas: -Canada Act: 1791 -English Upper Canada -French Lower Canada -Unrest b. The Durham Report: -Lord Durham reported that Canadas must been reunited And that control be given to Canada -1840: act of union c. Dominion of Canada: -Confederation of Canada’s provinces -1867 Dominion of Canada -Canada Self-governed d. Expansion: -John Macdonald first prime minister -Railroad in Canada -Settlers moved around and Canada expanded -Native American’s culture killed e. Immigration -Increased immigration -French Canadians wanted to keep their heritage -United States had powerful influence=problems II. Europeans in Australia a. The First Settlers: -Aborigines were first
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Unformatted text preview: -Suffered when Europe came b. A Penal Colony:-England had run out of room for prisoners-Australia became the place to dump prisoners-Some prospered Gabriel Greening B Period History Ms. Cory c. Into the Outback:-Wool industry grew-Gold rush 1851-Population boom-People pushed into the empty outback and killed the natives d. Achieving Self-Government:-1901: Britain helped colonies unite and self-rule -British and U.S influence in constitution III. New Zealand a. Maori Struggles:-Maori people were native to New Zealand-1840 Britain annexed New Zealand-Fierce wars with Maoris -1870 resistances crumbled b. Self-Government:-Sought self-rule-1907 independence won-Many good reforms; first place with women suffrage...
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