OSU15 - AZUCHI-MOMOYAMA PERIOD AZUCHI-MOMOYAMA (1568-1600)...

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Unformatted text preview: AZUCHI-MOMOYAMA PERIOD AZUCHI-MOMOYAMA (1568-1600) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ODA NOBUNAGA (15341582) REUNIFICATION OF 30 PROVINCES TOYOTOMI “MONKEY” HIDEYOSHI (1537-1598) HOSTAGE SYSTEM REUNIFICATION (1591) INVASIONS OF KOREA (1592 AND 1597) TOKUGAWA IEYASU (1543-1616) TOKUGAWA SHOGUNATE (1603) THE TOKUGAWA (EDO) PERIOD CITY OF EDO (TOKYO) BAKUHAN (SHOGUNATE AND DOMAIN) SYSTEM 250-275 DAIMYO 1615 (RENOVATED HOSTAGE SYSTEM) 30 MILLION PEOPLE FREEZING OF CLASSES (WARRIOR-PEASANTARTISAN-MERCHANT) NOBLES AND CLERGY TRANSFORMATION OF THE SAMURAI CLASS RONIN (WAVE PEOPLE, WANDERERS) BUSHIDO CODE (THE WAY OF THE WARRIOR) CHRISTIANITY IN JAPAN CHRISTIANITY PORTUGUESE (1542 OR PORTUGUESE 1543) ST. FRANCIS XAVIER ST. (1506-1552) THE JESUITS (AUGUST THE 15, 1549 – NOVEMBER 20, 1551) 760 COVERTS 760 SPANIARDS (1580) SPANIARDS 150,000 CONVERTS 150,000 (1582) NAGASAKI NAGASAKI JAPAN IN ISOLATION JAPAN PERSECUTION OF PERSECUTION CHRISTIANS (1597-1660) ERADICATION OF ERADICATION CHRISTIANITY (JANUARY 27, 1614) CHRISTIAN REVOLT (1637-8) CHRISTIAN THE SHIMABARA THE MASSACRE OF 35,000 CHRISTIANS (1638) THE CLOSING OF JAPAN THE (1639) NAGASAKI (FOR THE NAGASAKI DUTCH) ATTEMPTS TO REOPEN ATTEMPTS JAPAN (1792-1849) JAPAN MEETS THE WORLD JAPAN • U.S. COMMODORE MATTHEW C. • • PERRY (1794-1858) FOUR WARSHIPS (JULY 8-17, 1853) THE FIRST UNEQUAL TREATY OF KANAGAWA (MARCH 31, 1854) • OPENING OF TWO PORTS (SHIMODA AND • • HAKODATE) FOR TRADE “MOST FAVORED NATION” STATUS THE RIGHT TO STATION A CONSULAR OFFICIAL • TREATIES WITH BRITAIN, RUSSIA, • • • • • HOLLAND,AND FRANCE (1854-8) CONSUL TOWNSEND HARRIS (1856) NEW TREATY (JULY 29, 1858) EXTRATERRITORIAL RIGHTS FIXED TARIFFS SIX ADDITIONAL OPEN PORTS (EDO, KANAGAWA, OSAKA, KOBE, NAGASAKI, AND NIIGATA) OPEN PORTS OPEN THE MEIJI RESTORATION (1868-1912) • • • • • • • • • • DISSATISFACTION WITH THE SHOGUNATE THE SAMURAI REVOLTS (186268) NEW UNEQUAL TARIFF TREATY (1866) MUTSUHITO (1852-1912) SUCCESSION TO THE THRONE (FEBRUARY 13, 1867) TOKUGAWA YOSHINOBU’S RESIGNATION (NOVEMBER 9, 1867) SAMURAI UPRISING (JANUARY 3, 1868) CHARTER OATH (APRIL 8, 1868) CIVIL WAR (1868-9) “ENLIGHTENED RULE” (OCTOBER 23, 1868) THE MEIJI REFORMS THE “ENRICH THE COUNTRY, STRENGTHEN THE MILITARY, REVERE THE EMPEROR, AND EXPEL THE BARBARIANS” ABOLISHING OF DAIMYO (1869-71) ABOLISHING GOVERNORS GOVERNORS 71 PREFECTURES 71 LAND REFORM (1872-73) LAND ANNUAL TAX (2.5-3% OF THE ANNUAL VALUE OF LAND) UNIVERSAL CONSCRIPTION (1872) UNIVERSAL NEW CLASSES NEW ABOLISHING OF THE SAMURAI ABOLISHING CLASS (1876) THE SATSUMA REBELLION (1877) THE FIRST DAILY NEWSPAPER (1871) FIRST UNIVERSAL EDUCATION (1872) UNIVERSAL THE MEIJI REFORMS THE GREGORIAN CALENDAR (JANUARY 1, 1873) GREGORIAN RELIGIOUS TOLERATION POLICY (1873) RELIGIOUS INDUSTRIALIZATION INDUSTRIALIZATION FIRST RAILWAY (1872) FIRST PRIVATIZATION (1880) PRIVATIZATION ZAIBATSU (FINANCIAL CLIQUE) ZAIBATSU (FINANCIAL MITSUI, MITSUBISHI, SUMITOMO, AND MITSUI, YASUDA BANK OF JAPAN (1882) BANK 200 STEAM FACTORIES (1890) 200 959 MILES OF GOVERNMENT RAILROADS 959 2905 MILES OF PRIVATE RAILROADS 2905 PREFECTURAL ASSEMBLIES ELECTED BY PREFECTURAL MALES OVER 25 (1879) LIBERAL AND REFORM PARTIES (1881-2) LIBERAL COUNT ITO’S VISIT TO EUROPE (1882-3) COUNT CONSITUTION AND PARLIAMENT (1889) CONSITUTION ...
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