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SS Imperialism

Imperialism one nation extends its control to the government and the economy of another nation
Direct Rule they created a colony that was ruled directly by the home country
Sphere of Influence was a region where the imperial power held the sole right to trade or invest
Protectorate a system in which people have their own government
Thomas Stanford Raffles He founded Singapore in 1819
Captain James Cook In 1770, he claimed the continent of Australia for Britain
Ferdinand de Lesseps In 1854, he signed a contract with Egypt to build a canal connecting the Mediterranean and Red Sea
Created by: KeyLime1600