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Chapter Three SS10

Chapter Three Horizons

LONG In the 19th century people worked ___ hours.
ANGLICAN The official church in colonial Canada was ____.
MISSIONARIES "Which was true of 19th-century churches in Canada? churches sponsored _____,churches made decisions about education, and churches told people who to vote for."
OPTIMISTIC The Victorian Era was typically _____.
SOCIAL Victorians were obsessed with _____ status.
INFECTION "Until the late 19th century, no one knew about bacteria and ____."
SMOKED "When operating in the 19th century, surgeons often ____."
CARBOLIC Louis Pasteur discovered an antiseptic. It was called ____ acid.
BLOOD Which of the following was a popular form of Victorian entertainment? ____ sports
WOMEN "In the 19th century, many people thought education and job training for ____ was unnecessary."
SCHOOLTEACHER A job open to women in the 19th century was _____.
STOWE Emily ____ was a pioneering medical doctor.
TELEVISION "Which of the following did not exist in the 19th century? Movies, radio, and ____."
RAILWAYS Transportation in Canada became much easier when ____ were built.
SPORTS 19th-century newspapers lacked a ____ section.
POLITICAL 19th-century newspapers would have which of the following? ____ cartoons
NEWSPAPERS Reading 19th-century ____ today helps us better understand that era.
CIVILIZATION The Gradual ____ Act (1857) made Aboriginal peoples citizens of Britain. This was done to allow governments to ignore previously made agreements.
WILD The prevailing attitude toward Aboriginal peoples in the 19th century was that they were ?____ children?.
ASSIMILATE The primary aim of the government toward Aboriginal peoples was to ____ them.
ENGLISH "?Grey Owl? was the most famous Canadian Aboriginal person of the early 20th century. In fact he was actually ____, and he exploited a common stereotype."
CORN "In 1846, the British government repealed the ___ Laws. This led to the Irish Potato Famine, caused an economic depression in Canada, and made colonial union economically feasible."
ELGIN The Rebellion Losses Bill was signed into law by Lord ___ because the elected government had passed the bill.
BURNING Opponents of the Rebellion Losses Bill responded to its passage by ___ the Parliament Buildings.
ECONOMIC "Which of the following were an advantages of Confederation? ____ prosperity, it would make a more efficient government, and it would remove intercolonial tariffs."
DESTINY Which of the following is the best definition of ?Manifest ____?? The United States should rule all of North America.
AMERICAN The American threat to Canada was heightened by the ____ Civil War.
POPULATION Representation by ___ meant that each representative should represent about the same number of people.
GRITS The political party which supported the concept of Representation by Population was the Clear ____.
CARTIER The leader of the Parti Bleu was ___.
BROWN The leader of the Clear Grits was ____.
MACDONALD The leader of the Tories was ___.
DOUBLE "___ Majority" meant that a majority was needed in both Canada East and Canada West to pass legislation.
MARITIME The original purpose of the Charlottetown Conference was to discuss a ___ Union.
IRISH The Fenian Raids were attacks by ____ nationalists on Canada.
FENIAN The effect of the ____ Raids was to convince many that Confederation was necessary.
QUEBEC The purpose of the ___ Conference was to draw up the terms of Confederation.
NEWFOUNDLAND The two colonies that rejected the 72 Resolutions were Prince Edward Island and ___.
MONARCH "Under the British North America Act, the Head of State in Canada is the ____."
CURRENCY "Under the British North America Act, which of the following is a federal responsibility? coinage and ___, fisheries, and postal service."
UNEMPLOYMENT "Under the British North America Act, which of the following is a federal responsibility? Banking, ___ insurance, and defense."
JUSTICE "Under the British North America Act, which of the following is a provincial responsibility? Timber, administration of ___, and education K-12."
LICENSES "Under the British North America Act, which of the following is a provincial responsibility? business __, education, an incorporation of companies."
TAXATION What responsibility is shared by the federal and provincial governments? ____
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