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Chap one

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Who were the suffragists? A group of women who wanted the right to vote.
Who was Nellie McClung? A well known suffragist who campaigned for women's rights.
What was the Alaska Boundary Dispute? The dispute over the exact border of the Alaskan "panhandle." This passage provided access to the Yukon, where gold was discovered in 1896. In 1903, Britain admitted that Lynn Canal was part of Alaska.
What is imperialism? The building of empires by taking over new territories.
what is nationalism? A strong attachment to one's nation.
How were Canadians ethnocentric? They believed that their culture was superior and that other cultures should be judged by its values.
Created by: sjeong