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Alaskan Boundry

Social Studies 10, Unit #8

What was formed in 1898? The Yukon Territory.
What was in full sing when the Territory was formed? The Klondike Gold Rush.
Where was the captial of the gold rush? Dawson City
How did the English and French feel about the issue? They finally agreed.
What happened in 1867? The USA purchased Alaska from Russia.
When did people begin caring about the border? When the discover of gold in the Yukon took place.
What did the Alaskan panhandle do? Give access to the gold fields by sea.
What was the tribunal set up with? Three US judges, two Canadian, and one British.
How did the British vote? In favour of the US (1903).
What did Canadians want after everything? Full self-government.
Created by: dreycraf