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Study Guide Terms

11.1-5

Map of colonial Africa

Imperialism

Africa before imperialism

David Livingstone

Henry Stanley

Congo

King Leopold II of Belgium

Motives behind imperialism

Racism

Social Darwinism

Scramble for Africa, 1880

Berlin Conference, 1884-85

Liberia

Ethiopia

South Africa

Shaka

Boers

Cape Colony

Boer War, 1899

Colony

protectorate

sphere of influence

economic imperialism

indirect rule/control

direct rule/control

paternalism

assimilation

Nigeria

Hausa-Fulani

Igbo

Yoruba

Algeria resistance

Maji-Maji Rebellion, 1905

Ethiopia

Menelik II

Battle of Adowa, 1896

Negative effects of colonial rule

Positive effects of colonial rule

Ottoman Empire loses power

Geopolitics

Crimean War, 1854-56

“Great Game”

Afghanistan

Egypt

Muhammad Ali

Suez Canal

Persia

India

East India Trading Company

Sepoys

“jewel in the crown”

Sepoy Mutiny, 1857

Raj

Ram Mohun Roy

Indian National Congress

Muslim League

1947

Pacific Rim

Dutch East India Company

British in Malaysia & Burma

Indochina

Siam

King Mongkut

King Chulalongkorn

Spanish-American War, 1898

Emilio Aguinaldo

Hawaii

Annexation

Queen Liliuokalani

 

12.1-4

China

Qing Dynasty

Port of Guangzhou

Opium War, 1839

Treaty of Nanjing, 1842

Extraterritorial rights

Hong Xiuquan

Taiping rebellion, 1850s

Dowager Empress Cixi

Self-strengthening movement

Sphere of influence

Open Door Policy, 1899

Emperor Guangxu

Boxer Rebellion, 1900

US Commodore Matthew Perry

Treaty of Kanagawa, 1854

Emperor Mutsuhito 

Meiji Era

Sino-Japanese War, 1894-1895

Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905

Korean annexation, 1910

“yellow peril”

Caudillos

Latin American economies

Monroe Doctrine, 1823

JosÚ MartÝ

Spanish-American War, 1895

“Colossus of the North”

Panama Canal, 1903-1914

Roosevelt Corollary, 1904

Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna

Texas revolt

Sam Houston

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, 1848

Benito Juarez

La Reforma

Ponciano Arriaga

Austrian Archduke Maximilian, 1862-1867

Porfirio Diaz

Francisco Madero

“Pancho” Villa

Emiliano Zapata

Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI)

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