Socials Industrial Revolution Study Guide
2. Explain what cottage industry is and how it works the advantages disadvantages to the
cottagers and merchants.
The Cottage industry operated with raw materials being disturbed to workers in cottages by
Socials English Civil War Study Guide
List 3-5 Facts about each of the following people:
Originally Catholic Known as the Defender of Faith
Later became protestant
Head of the Church of England and destroys power of Catholic Church in Englan
Socials 8 Barbarian Unit Exam study Guide
1. List 6 modern day countries that were once part of the Roman Empire.
Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Hungary, Spain
2. List three facts that applied to most Germanic Tribes.
They didn't know how to read
Socials | Reformation Unit Test Study Guide
Why Luther's ideas were popular
The 95 Theses were quickly translated from Latin into German, printed, and widely
copied. People also didn't like there money going to Rome.
Martin Luther's beliefs
Exploration and Settlement Study Guide
Mercantilism - Colony trade and raw materials were there to benefit the mother country.
Monopoly - When a specific group or company has no competition or when there is no
alternatives to a specific good or
The HBC had a rigid
hierarchy, the company
heads ran the company from
Ownership in North America
was given to the local British
Bosses known as Factors.
The French Fur trade was
sized by a group of English
Stretches from the Arctic eastward around Hudson Bay, to the Appalachian
Mountains.Covers NewFoundLand, Quebec Northern part of Ontario Manitoba
and Southern Interior of Nunavut and parts of NorthWest Territories.
Socials 10 - Rebellions 1837 Study Guide
Chateau Clique - Lower Canada
British Merchants, Wealthy Businessmen
Canals to link factories or for trade routes
Felt superior in community, only ones with the power to run government.
Opposed Traditional Land
Well educated, lawyer, bilingual
Leader of the Metis people
Arrested Thomas Scott and ordered his execution.
Seized Fort Garry and created a Provisional government.
Banned from Canada for 5 year
John A. MacDonald
Wilfred Laurier - Prime Minister of Canada from 1896 to 1911. Laurier was
a French-Canadian politician who is largely regarded as one of the greatest
leaders that Canada has ever had, due to his bold visions of Canadas
future in the 2
Ace - The identification for a pilot in World War I who had proven that he
had shot down five enemy aircraft.
Allies - In World War I, Britain, France, and Russian. In World War II, the
term was applied to Britain, France, the countries of the
Archduke Franz Ferdinand - The Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary who
was assassinated along with his wife by Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip
on June 28, 1914 while visiting Sarajevo, Bosnia. Ferdinands
assassination would prove to b
Significant Years and Corresponding Events:
1914 - Franz Ferdinand, Crown Prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is
assassinated by a Serbian nationalist.
- Germany invades Belgium and France.
- Britain declares war on Germany; Canada is automatically at
William Lyon Mackenzie King - After WWII, King gathered the provincial
premiers together and proposed that the management of provincial
economies that had been given to the federal government during wartime
should become permanent. Th
Assimilation - Adoption, often by a minority group, of the customs and
language of another cultural group so that the original group disappears
Ethnocentric - The belief that ones own culture is superior, and that other
cultures should be judg
Amending Formula - The process by which changes can legally be made to
the Canadian Constitution.
Bloc Qubcois - A federal party formed by Lucien Bouchard in late 1990,
with the aim of running in federal elections to promote support the aim of
Maurice Duplessis - Leader of the Union Nationale, Duplessis was a strong
Quebec nationalist who was the premier of Quebec from 1936 to 1939 and
1944 to 1959. He believed that Quebec should have a distinctive society
and should not ju
Baby Boom - The increase in birth rate that occurred after World War II.
Consumer Society - A capitalist society in which individuals are encouraged
to spend money on new products and services so as to benefit the
Deficit - The differe
Significant Years and Corresponding Events:
1945 War veterans return to Canada.
1947 Immigration of displaced persons from Europe begins.
- Oil is discovered at Leduc, Alberta.
1949 - Newfoundland becomes Canadas tenth province.
1952 First CBC TV broadcas