Ppt on revolt of 1857 map

WAR WITH IRAN? A Geopolitical Backgrounder Dr. Zoltán Grossman Member of the Faculty (Geography & Native American Studies) The Evergreen State College,

former high-ranking CIA official in Washington.” --Sunday Telegraph (London, 2/25/07) Risks of stimulating ethnic revolts Azeri revolt could draw in Azerbaijan, Turkey Kurdish revolt could inspire separatists in Iraq & Turkey. But an Arab revolt could put Iran’s main oil province of Khuzestan under Western control. The prospects of a limited intervention may loom larger, simply because Bush thinks it can be a “Mission/


WAR WITH IRAN? A Geopolitical Backgrounder Dr. Zoltán Grossman Member of the Faculty (Geography & Native American Studies) The Evergreen State College,

former high-ranking CIA official in Washington.” --Sunday Telegraph (London, 2/25/07) Risks of stimulating ethnic revolts Azeri revolt could draw in Azerbaijan, Turkey Kurdish revolt could inspire separatists in Iraq & Turkey. But an Arab revolt could put Iran’s main oil province of Khuzestan under Western control. The prospects of a limited intervention may loom larger, simply because Bush thinks it can be a “Mission/


Bleeding Kansas The 1850s. Election of 1852 Whigs: Winfield Scott (“Old Fuss and Feathers”) but defeat meant the end of the party –Compromise of 1850.

issue Franklin Pierce (1853-1857) Democrats controlled White House and Congress –With decline of Whigs, Congress was /of party Two goals: –New ideals of civic duty –Expand democratic ideals abroad Annex Ireland and Sicily Support Hungarian revolt in 1848 Sen. Stephen A. Douglas (D-Ill) “Little Giant” key figure in Compromise of 1850 New era of leadership, Young Democrats Senate leader after Clay retired Wanted last of/free) Kansas-Nebraska Act 1854 Map includes two of the proposed railroad lines Bleeding/


Copyright ©2012 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Out of Many: A History of the American People, Seventh Edition John Mack Faragher Mari.

Out of Many: A History of the American People, Seventh Edition John Mack Faragher Mari Jo Buhle Daniel Czitrom Susan H. Armitage MAP 10.2/reserved. Out of Many: A History of the American People, Seventh Edition John Mack Faragher Mari Jo Buhle Daniel Czitrom Susan H. Armitage Slave Revolts Gabriel Prosser /1857, but his book was published in New York. Reliance on slavery made the South unwilling to change or compromise. Copyright ©2012 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Out of Many: A History of/


Imperialism (1800 -1914).

Africa Central and East Africa Central Africa Explorers David Livingstone Uncharted regions Made detailed notes Maps Henry Stanley New York Herald “Dr. Livingstone, I presume?” Livingstone will die in 1873 Congo River to the Atlantic Ocean / Rule in India Section 3: British Rule in India The Sepoy Mutiny Events Leading to Revolt British East India Trading Company Sepoys 1857 Sepoy Mutiny /The first war of Independence /Great Rebellion The problem: pig and cow grease soldiers had to bite off the/


The Age of European Imperialism. Definition Imperialism – Imperialism – “the process by which one state, with superior military strength and more advanced.

resources, and population of a less-developed region.” Simply put, the building of an empire. Simply put, the building of an empire. E.M.P.I.R.E E = Exploration E = Exploration Map new territories Map new territories Locate native/soldiers, assigned the role of protecting company interests. Sepoys, Indian soldiers, assigned the role of protecting company interests. British Rule in India 1857 – Sepoy Mutiny 1857 – Sepoy Mutiny Revolt against the British East India Company Revolt against the British East India/


V. Impacts of the Industrial Revolution. All of the following are causes of the Industrial Revolution EXCEPT A. population growth B. urbanization C. enclosure.

of colonization) 1. Changes from earlier wave of European colonialism (New players, I.R., areas of colonization) 2. Resistance: Mahdist revolt: Sudan, 1882 & Maji Maji revolt: Tanzania, 1905 2. Resistance: Ghost Dance: South Dakota, 1890 C. Britain & other European imperial powers 1. British India: the Crown Jewel 1. British India: the Crown Jewel 2. Sepoy Rebellion, 1857/), Online Map Quiz (32 Asian Countries, Level 5) also due next class Vocab. Flashcards (sentences + definitions), Online Map Quiz (32/


1861-1865 Competing Visions The North and the South held competing visions of what American society should become. The North and the South held competing.

of California. The uprising became known as the Bear Flag Revolt after the bear pictured on the new republic’s flag. Before news of the war had reached California, settlers there declared an independent Republic of California. The uprising became known as the Bear Flag Revolt/he can from northerners and southerners! * Based on the map below who would have a problem with the Kansas and Nebraska/’s March 1857 Dred Scott v. Sanford decision angered anti- slavery forces. The Supreme Court’s March 1857 Dred Scott /


Development of Slavery (1776-1861). Prior to Creation of the Constitution Declaration of Independence – Removal of slavery about which Thomas Jefferson.

gets the Compromise of 1850 to pass in pieces Territory continued 1854 - Kansas Nebraska Act – Douglas (429/435 maps in tan book / and Constitution of Kansas – Votes 1857 1) for control of Constitutional Convention 2) for legislative – 2 nd Legislative 1857 Southerners stuff ballot/revolt They were killed and put on display – 1822 (SC) – Denmark Vessey – literate Carpenter Wants to flee to Haiti Betrayed by 2 House slaves – religious overtones – 1831 (Va) – Nat Turner – 60 whites killed Guerilla type of/


Colonization of Americas, South Asia, Africa and China Europe had little influence on lives of the people Strong, centrally governed nation-states had.

European countries must set up government in any claim in Africa Established new Africans borders and frontiers Redrew the map of Africa Horrors in the Congo Wealthy Belgiums exploited the riches Forced to work for almost nothing, beaten or /law allowing Hindu widows to remarry 1857 issued new rifles to sepoys Angry sepoys rebelled Massacred British men, women and children. British rallied and crushed the revolt Revenge – torched villages and killed thousands of unarmed Indians. Parliament ended East India/


Civil War and Reconstruction VUS.6-7. Economic and Political Differences of the North and South Northern economy was based on the developing industry.

at the legal, social, and religious arguments of what many abolitionists were saying Abolitionism Slave revolts in Virginia, led by Nat Turner and Gabriel/March of 1857, the United States Supreme Court declared that all blacks -- slaves as well as free -- were not and could never become citizens of /of the line could become free states Territories south of the line could become slave states More land was giving to the north than to the south Map of Missouri Compromise Extension of Slavery 2.) Compromise of/


1 Unit 2 The Freedom Givers 2 II. Cultural Background When we learn a foreign language, we must also learn the culture of the speakers of that language.

(now the capital of the Dominican Republic). 1522—Slave Revolt: the Caribbean Slaves rebel on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola, which now /of slavery sells 300,000 copies within a year of publication. 1854—Kansas-Nebraska Act Setting aside the Missouri Compromise of 1820, Congress allows these two new territories to choose whether to allow slavery. Violent clashes erupt. 19 1857/as a map and trying to avoid search parties. Often, escaped slaves would hide in homes or on the property of antislavery /


State-building, expansion and conflict Political structures and forms of governance Empires Nations and nationalism Revolts and revolutions Regional, transregional,

principle of the rule of law; not the rule by the whim of the emperor. China: Mandate of Heaven, the emperor was the Sun of Heaven housed in the Forbidden City. Yellow Turban Revolt What /population resources. The starting point for our analysis will be the map of the post-war world devised by the three great powers at /UF00086056&v=00001. O God of Battles! Steel My Soldiers Hearts! 10 October 1857 Sepoy Rebellion/Mutiny Berlin Conference 1884-5 The COMPLETE takeover of an area with domination economically/


The Building of Global Empires: Africa

sepoys and why did they revolt? In 1857 sepoys received new rifles that fired bullets from cartridges. The cartridges came in waxed paper with animal fat from cows which Hindu sepoys held sacred. In May of 1857 Hindu sepoys staged a mutiny/ state could establish African colonies after notifying the others of its intentions and occupying previously unclaimed territory.” Conference provided European diplomats with the justification they needed to draw lines on maps and carve a continent into colonies. 7. What /


The Coming of the Civil War (1846–1861)

Flag Revolt Before news of the war had reached California, settlers there declared an independent Republic of California. The uprising became known as the Bear Flag Revolt after/ abolitionists, including author Harriet Beecher Stowe. The Compromise of 1850—Map Chapter 10, Section 3 The Compromise of 1850 helped define which states and territories would become /Chapter 10, Section 4 The Lecompton Constitution In the fall of 1857, a small proslavery group wrote a constitution for Kansas, a necessary step/


Chapter 10 – The Nation Splits Apart

Lecompton Constitution This was the pro-slavery state constitution written at the Kansas constitutional convention in June 1857. In supervised elections in October 1857, free-soilers won control of the legislature. Pro-slavery leaders proposed the voters decide on a special provision on slavery. / use the guns to arm a slave revolt, on October 16, 1859, the group captured the arsenal. He sent some of his group to spread the word to the area’s slaves to rise up in revolt, but they returned with a few hostages/


4 The Union in Peril The Divisive Politics of Slavery

States The World 1864 Maximilian of Austria becomes emperor of Mexico. 1865 Civil War ends. Lincoln is assassinated; Andrew Johnson becomes president. 1868 Cubans revolt against Spain. 1868 Ulysses S/ Event One Event Two Event Three Event Four The Compromise of 1850 includes a new fugitive slave law 1857, Dred Scott Decision Supreme Court case causes sectional passions to /Begins OVERVIEW S E C T I O N 2 The Civil War Begins MAP GRAPH HOME OVERVIEW MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW Shortly after the nation’s /


The Coming of the Civil War (1846–1861)

Flag Revolt Before news of the war had reached California, settlers there declared an independent Republic of California. The uprising became known as the Bear Flag Revolt after/ abolitionists, including author Harriet Beecher Stowe. The Compromise of 1850—Map Chapter 10, Section 3 The Compromise of 1850 helped define which states and territories would become /Chapter 10, Section 4 The Lecompton Constitution In the fall of 1857, a small proslavery group wrote a constitution for Kansas, a necessary step/


Slave Trade The US slave trade was outlawed in 1808. Some slaves were still illegally smuggled in. Children of slaves still became slaves.

of slaves still became slaves. 1791: 4,000 bales of cotton are produced 1849: 2, 246, 900 bales of cotton are produced 6 cents a lb. to 14 cents in 1857/of slaves was illegal Slave trade within the U.S. Increase of slave population was from natural reproduction Trial of tears 33 million U.S. population, 4 million slaves in South Map/escape Tried to escape Slave Revolts Slave Revolts would lead plantation owners to develop a series of slave laws/codes which restricted the movement of the slaves. Slaves were /


INDIAN CONSTITUTION.

and authority. But the company came under increasing control by parliament of Britain and its rule ended with the Revolt of 1857. Different battles all over the India. 3.The History of Constitution of India. 4) British Raj(1858AD-1947AD)- This period of the British Raj was the time when the Constitution of India took shape. The main stages of its evolution were: The Act for the Better Government/


Chapter 22 An Age of Nationalism and Realism, 1850 - 1871.

in held in common Other minorities Map 22.5: Ethnic Groups in the Dual Monarchy Imperial Russia Alexander II, 1855-1881 Emancipation of serfs, March 3, 1861 Problems with emancipation Zemstvos (local assemblies) Growing dissatisfaction Assassination of Alexander II (1881) Alexander III (1881-1894) Return to traditional methods of repression Great Britain: The Victorian Age Did not experience revolts in 1848 Reforms Economic growth Queen/


Chapter 22 An Age of Nationalism and Realism, 1850 - 1871.

in held in common Other minorities Map 22.5: Ethnic Groups in the Dual Monarchy Imperial Russia Alexander II, 1855-1881 Emancipation of serfs, March 3, 1861 Problems with emancipation Zemstvos (local assemblies) Growing dissatisfaction Assassination of Alexander II (1881) Alexander III (1881-1894) Return to traditional methods of repression Great Britain: The Victorian Age Did not experience revolts in 1848 Reforms Economic growth Queen/


The Height of Imperialism World History – Mr. Heaps.

Chart & Geography Skills Look at the map of Europe in 1900 on page 405 and the chart on page 430. Name 3 /in 1857 to accept French protection. France made the Vietnamese Empire a French ____________. By 1887, France extended its colonial power over Vietnam, Cambodia, Annam, Tonkin, & Laos, into a Union of /in the Philippines, led a revolt against the Spanish in the Philippines and established himself as the president of the Republic of the Philippines. He continued the revolt against the U.S. but/


Chapter 10 – The Nation Splits Apart Section Notes The Politics of Slavery Sectional Conflicts and National Politics Lincoln’s Path to the White House.

of 1860 Quick Facts Terms of the Compromise of 1850 Effects of the Dred Scott Decision Effects of John Brown’s Raid Causes of Secession Visual Summary: The Nation Splits Apart Maps Upsetting the Balance, 1850 The Missouri Compromise, 1820 The Compromise of 1850 The Kansas-Nebraska Act The Election of/ constitution written at the Kansas constitutional convention in June 1857. In supervised elections in October 1857, free-soilers won control of the legislature. Pro-slavery leaders proposed the voters decide/


Chapter 10 – The Nation Splits Apart Section Notes The Politics of Slavery Sectional Conflicts and National Politics Lincoln’s Path to the White House.

of 1860 Quick Facts Terms of the Compromise of 1850 Effects of the Dred Scott Decision Effects of John Brown’s Raid Causes of Secession Visual Summary: The Nation Splits Apart Maps Upsetting the Balance, 1850 The Missouri Compromise, 1820 The Compromise of 1850 The Kansas-Nebraska Act The Election of/ constitution written at the Kansas constitutional convention in June 1857. In supervised elections in October 1857, free-soilers won control of the legislature. Pro-slavery leaders proposed the voters decide/


Chapter 13. The Tyler Presidency I am John Tyler. I became president after the death of William Henry Harrison. Because I speak softly and am courteous,

British owned a copy of the original map that showed all of the territory belonged to America Continental Expansion Large migration of settlers to Oregon and / exert control – sparked revolt Battle of San Jacinto – General Houston defeated Santa Anna and declared Texas independent Houston elected first president of Republic of Texas – called for /to recognize the new laws and established their own legislature By January 1857 there were two governments in Kansas Bleeding Kansas President Pierce denounced /


Chapter 10 – The Nation Splits Apart Section Notes The Politics of Slavery Sectional Conflicts and National Politics Lincoln’s Path to the White House.

of 1860 Quick Facts Terms of the Compromise of 1850 Effects of the Dred Scott Decision Effects of John Brown’s Raid Causes of Secession Visual Summary: The Nation Splits Apart Maps Upsetting the Balance, 1850 The Missouri Compromise, 1820 The Compromise of 1850 The Kansas-Nebraska Act The Election of/ constitution written at the Kansas constitutional convention in June 1857. In supervised elections in October 1857, free-soilers won control of the legislature. Pro-slavery leaders proposed the voters decide/


America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 11 The Coming of the Civil War (1846–1861) Copyright © 2003 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

Flag Revolt Before news of the war had reached California, settlers there declared an independent Republic of California. The uprising became known as the Bear Flag Revolt after the/of 1850—Map The Compromise of 1850 helped define which states and territories would become free states and which would become slave states. Changes in Political Parties Decline of /Chapter 11, Section 4 The Lecompton Constitution In the fall of 1857, a small proslavery group wrote a constitution for Kansas, a necessary step/


Chapter 13 A House Divided, 1840–1861. The original and final designs for (1855) Thomas Crawford’s Statue of Freedom for the dome of the Capitol building.

of Mexican cattle ranchers, acquire land in California gente de razon (people capable of reason) Indios - Indians emancipated from friars end up working for Californios gente sin razon (people without reason) Fruits of Manifest Destiny The Texas Revolt/ © 2011 W.W. Norton & Company Map 13.5 The Compromise of 1850 A Dose of Arsenic The Fugitive Slave Issue Though it seemed/ freed him. The Dred Scott decision was announced in March,1857, shortly after Buchanan was inaugurated. The court essentially divided 6/


America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 10 The Coming of the Civil War (1846–1861) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice.

Flag Revolt Before news of the war had reached California, settlers there declared an independent Republic of California. The uprising became known as the Bear Flag Revolt after/of 1850—Map The Compromise of 1850 helped define which states and territories would become free states and which would become slave states. Changes in Political Parties Rise of/4 The Lecompton Constitution The Lecompton Constitution In the fall of 1857, a small proslavery group wrote a constitution for Kansas, a necessary step /


Healing by Killing: Medicine in the Third Reich. Part II. Eugenics: Healing by Killing in America and Germany Eugenics: definition A conflict of visions.

B.C.E. The revolt of 66 C.E. ended with the destruction of the Second Temple and the mass suicide atMassada. The Bar-Kokhba Revolt of 132-135 C.E. ended with the destruction of Jerusalem and the exile of much of the Jewish population of Judea. Greco-Roman values / or Labour" in another state, meaning that an escaped slave has to be returned. Dred Scott Supreme Court Decision of 1857 declared no slave or descendant of a slave could be a U.S. citizen. Eugenics (contd) The Civil War 1861-1865. The Civil War /


Chapter 22 An Age of Nationalism and Realism, 1850 - 1871.

1807-1882) The Red Shirts Invasion of Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 1860 Kingdom of Italy, March 17, 1861 Annexation of Venetia, 1866 Annexation of Rome, 1870 Map 22.2: The Unification of Italy National Unification: Germany Zollverein, German/ and the Study of Society Auguste Comte (1798 – 1857) System of Positive Philosophy Positive knowledge Primacy of sociology Realism in Literature and Art The Realistic Novel Rejected Romanticism Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880), Madame Bovary, 1857 William Thackeray (1811/


Sect.1 Indus Valley Civilizations In the early 1900’s archaeologist began to dig in the Indus River Valley of Pakistan. They unearthed small clay bricks,

East India Company becomes active in Indian government –Hired Indian soldiers (sepoys) – they revolt in 1857Revolt suppressed, British officially take over India with Queen Victoria named “Empress of India” in 1876 (Crown Jewel) Colonial Rule –Queen appoints viceroy to rule in her/ of a government Walled city of Anyang (capital) Map of Shang Dynasty & an Oracle Bone Sect.4 Rise of Civilization In China Shang kings only controlled a small area Loyal princes and nobles governed most of the land –Heads of /


State-building, expansion, and conflict

forms of governance Empires Nations and nationalism Revolts and revolutions Regional, transregional, and global structures and organizations 1750-1914: European Hegemony! The Balance of Power shifted after centuries of domination /of Battles! Steel My Soldiers Hearts! 10 October 1857 http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/ufdc/?b=UF00086056&v=00001. Opium Wars 1839-1842 Qing Dynasty Treaty of Nanjing Spheres of/. The starting point for our analysis will be the map of the post-war world devised by the three great powers/


Franklin Pierce By: Jordan Farmer. 14 th President 1853-1857 Democrat Nickname: “ Young Hickory of the Granite Hills ” Vice President: William King Religion:

President 1853-1857 Democrat Nickname: “ Young Hickory of the /of the Kansas- Nebraska Act which repealed the Missouri Compromise of 1820 Enacting this law led to a revolt by antislavery Democrats and to the creation of the Republican party Presidency Signed the Gadsden Purchase Which added land from Mexico to the Territory of//imgres?imgurl=http://lecomptonkansas.com/maps/comp1850-large- 2.jpg&imgrefurl=http://lecomptonkansas.com/index.php%3Fdoc%3Dhist- maps.php&usg=__Z85Y1T1WfEKDmpj_oa2g6ry_6lU=&h=840&/


MS Studies Ch. 5 Ch. 5 Secession & Civil War Slavery Slavery was viewed as a potential problem dating back to the drafting of the U.S. Constitution By.

a free state Slavery forbidden in the remainder of the Louisiana Purchase north of 36°30’ N Missouri Compromise Map Antislavery Movement 1817 American Colonization Society formed./” or “Border War” 1854 Republican Party created to stop expansion of slavery 1857 Supreme Court rules that Dred Scott was property and that slavery could/potatoes used instead), Slave Revolts were feared Union Soldiers took what they wanted and in many cases destroyed everything else. Hardtack End of Slavery During war many southern/


The French Revolution. In 1789, the government of France under Louis XVI was still based on ideas from the Middle Ages: 1.First Estate: Clergy (10% French.

for more than 30 years. The revolts in the Austrian empire caused his resignation. Results of the Congress of Vienna 1.“Turn back the hands of time” to before the French Revolution in 1789 2.“Balance of power doctrine” 3.Restoration of Monarchs (Austria, Prussia, France) 3. New political map of Europe: Creation of the Kingdom of Netherlands. France was encircled by the Kingdom of Netherlands, Prussia and Austria 4.New/


Westward Expansion and the Issue of Slavery. Georgia Standards  SSUSH8 The student will explain the relationship between growing north- south divisions.

American-born majority) would lead a revolt against the Mexican government.  In retaliation Mexico invaded Texas in 1836; defeated Texan forces at the Battle of the Alamo.  “Remember the/led to the independence of Texas  However after 9 years as an independent nation, Texas would enter the Union as a slave state in 1845. Map of the United States (1846/and his sons will murder for his cause. Fumbling Towards War (1857-1859) The Dred Scott Decision (1857)  Dred Scott, a slave, sued for his freedom after /


You will need… 1.Something to write with 2.Your brain Catalysts of the Civil War. Meow.

each. Drew a line across the Louisiana Territory at 36°30’ (line of latitude)- see map, next slide! – North of this line, slavery was to be forever banned (except in Missouri). – South of this line slaveholding was permitted. However… The Missouri Compromise pleased no one. /was a free man. The Supreme Court of 1857 had 5 judges from the South and 4 judges from the North. Harpers Ferry Harper’s Ferry, VA (1859): John Brown, abolitionist, attempted to start a slave revolt with 22 others at Harper’s Ferry,/


The House Divided Chapter 14 Causes of the Civil War.

heat of the Wilmot Proviso debate, many southern lawmakers began to question the right of Congress to determine the status of slavery in any territory. Map Comp of 1850 /pro-slavery men in Kansas Wanted to lead a slave revolt throughout the South by raising an army of freed slaves and destroying the South. Picture/J.Brown John/ of the white race. ” 1857 Chief Justice Roger B. Taney in the case of Dred Scott referred to the status of slaves when the Constitution was adopted. "... We think they [people of/


The House Divided… (“against itself cannot stand”) Chapter 14 Causes of the Civil War.

whether they want slavery to exist or not in their state. Map Comp of 1850 Popular Sovereignty Popular Sovereignty Allow the people in a territory to/5 pro-slavery men in Kansas Wanted to lead a slave revolt throughout the South by raising an army of freed slaves and destroying the South. http://www.schooltube.com// portion of the white race. ” 1857 Chief Justice Roger B. Taney in the case of Dred Scott referred to the status of slaves when the Constitution was adopted. "... We think they [people of African/


BACK to the Compromise of 1850 For the North: 1. For the South: 2. The New Mexico Territory: 3. 4. Slavery in Washington, DC: 5.

1857 “Handsome Frank” Mexican War Veteran Kansas-Nebraska Act “Doughface” (Pro-Southern) NOT RENOMINATED “Theres nothing left to do but get drunk." http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/fp14.html POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY In Kansas and Nebraska Territories on the issue of slavery ANIMATED MAP/by igniting slave revolts. Mason-Dixon Line 1860 Presidential Election 1852 1860 1856 Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) Sixteenth President of the U.S. 1861-1865 Democratic Party split Election prompted secession of states in the/


CHAPTER 10 SECTIONAL CONFLICT INTENSIFIES

Party---1856---political party organized to stop the expansion of slavery notes 4 Judicial Arguments Dred Scott—1857-----slave sued for his freedom Supreme Court Decision Constitution did/territory to vote on whether they want slavery to exist or not in their state. Map Comp of 1850 Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811 – 1896) So this is the lady who started/pro-slavery men in Kansas Wanted to lead a slave revolt throughout the South by raising an army of freed slaves and destroying the South. Picture/J.Brown JOHN/


Main Idea: Ignoring claims of African ethnic groups, kingdoms, and city-states Europeans established colonial claims. Why: Industrialization fuelled European.

of Africa condemned the Europeans and began revolting 8. Near the end of the twentieth century – all of Africa won its independence from Europe Union of /1818 Britain controlled vast areas of subcontinent a. established British raj (reign) = although allowed Indians in high ranking positions 4. Sepoy Rebellion (1857) – Sepoy (Hindu) /was originally visited by Cooke Colonial Asia Map – Imperialism in Africa, 1913 DIRECTIONS: Please put the following places on your map where they belong. Mediterranean Sea Red/


Empires to Decolonization to Neocolonialism (Globalization and economic relationships vs. Modernization) Welfare states and distribution of wealth Ties.

from each other, they share common goals: –Determined to pursue MODERNIZATION (stable governments & economies) Decolonization Map – 1960 Year of Africa Africa Decolonization in Asia after World War II British in South Asia India was a British colony /The Amritsar Massacre of April 1919 where 300-400 protesters, unaware of public assembly ban included in the ROWLETT ACT of March 1919, were marching in protest of heavy taxation and conscription into British army (Sepoy Revolt of 1857) –Reinforces satyagraha /


Evaluate the relative importance of political events and issues that divided the nation and led to civil war, including the compromises reached to maintain.

1857 “Handsome Frank”Handsome Frank Mexican War Veteran Kansas-Nebraska Act “Doughface” (Pro-Southern) NOT RENOMINATED “Theres nothing left to do but get drunk." http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/fp14.html POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY In Kansas and Nebraska Territories on the issue of slavery ANIMATED MAP/ slave revolts. Mason-Dixon Line 1860 Presidential Election 1852 1860 1856 Abraham Lincoln (R-IL) Sixteenth President of the U.S. 1861-1865 Democratic Party split Election prompted secession of states in/


Ch. 24 All Ch. 25 Sec. 1/2/4. Ch. 24 Sec. 1 Vocabulary Focus Imperialism: domination by one country of the political, economic, and cultural life of.

interior 1800s with medical advancements and steamboat- that changed Some wanted to map the interior- did not understand the people they met Catholic and Protestant missionaries/Hindu religion 3. 1857, British issued new rifles to the sepoys Told to bite off the tips of the cartridges to load rifle Tip of cartridge greased in / Massacred British in some areas British eventually crushed the revolt and retaliated- burned villages/ killed Indians Legacy of Rebellion 1858- Parliament ended EIC rule and put India/


Nation Building & Reform. Austrian Empire Emancipation of serfs only lasting effect of 1848 Revolt - return to autocratic rule Industrialization - working.

consumer economy - department store, leisure spending European Economic Zones Refer to map p. 703 in textbook Western Europe and N. Italy industrialized while areas/ of the Crown” Sepoy Rebellion of 1857 leads to direct control - Raj SE Asia - dominated by France through local elites and economic dependence 1880s - Union of/of Nanking ceded Hong Kong to GB & opened trade to European powers - spheres of influence John Hay - “Open Door Policy” 1899 China cont. humiliation from foreign influence leads to revolt/


ALL MINE! Imperialism. I Want, I Want! Imperialism Extension of a nation’s power of other lands. Considered new as direct control was wanted. Used to.

to control possessions in India British in India France Had missionaries in Vietnam 1857: forced Vietnamese to accept French protection. Protectorate Occupied Saigon 1884: Hanoi Parlez/Issues Called “lifeline to India” 1875: Britain bought Egypt’s share Egyptian revolt 1881 Became British protectorate 1914 The Canal Central Africa David Livingstone went to / 30 years in Central Africa Was in uncharted regions The Doc Central 2 Map of Africa were re-drawn with Livingstone’s notes He disappeared for a time /


1 World History Review PART 1 1. ****Neolithic Revolution Led to the stopping of hunting and gathering as the primary method of food gathering or survivalLed.

L’Ouverture: he led a Haitian slave revolt against French rule in 1799Toussaint L’Ouverture: he led a Haitian slave revolt against French rule in 1799 He made Haiti/ of India in 1857Britain colonized India in the 1800s and took over complete control of India in 1857 Britain limited the rights of the IndiansBritain limited the rights of / 2000 that it had mapped the genes of the human body. 153 What is terrorism? 154 Federal Bureau of Investigation “Terrorism is the unlawful use of force or violence against /


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