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Chapter one ss 11

Chapter one study stack

Nellie McClung Leader of the suffragists, a group of women that wanted equal rights.
Alaska Boundary Dispute A dispute between the U.S. and Canada. Both nations wanted the important waterway Lynn Canal in Skagway. The conflict ended in 1903 when the U.S won.
Imperialists A group of people that wanted to expand the empire throughout the world. They supported the Britain in the Boer War.
Nationalists People who love their country. A example is the French-Canadians who wanted Canada to be more independent from Britain.
Ethnocentric People who believe their own race or group is superior.
Discrimination and racism A prejudice attitude toward a certain race or group.
Chinese head tax A taxation which was aimed toward only Chinese immigrants in the early 1900's. This tax has been a subject of controversy and was abolished in the 1940's.
Aboriginal residential schools Unsanitary schools ran by the churches in the early 1900's. They provide poor living conditions and aid the spread of contagious diseases.
Aboriginal assimilation A policy introduced by the federal government in 1871. Its purpose is to force the aboriginal people to abandon their traditional culture and become part of the European way of life.
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