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ss 11 ch1

chapter 1

Nellie McClung Well known suffragist, campaigned for women's rights
Suffragists People who advocated that women should have the right to vote
Alaska Boundary Dispute Dispute over American and Canadian land claims; mainly the Alaskan Panhandle. Both wanted access to the Yukon through the Lynn Canal.
Imperialists people who believed in imperialism, which is the building of empires by taking over new territories.
Nationalists A person who has a strong feeling of attachment to his or her nation
Ethnocentric The belief that one's own culture is superior, and that other cultures should be judges by its values
Discrimination/Racism To treat a particular race or group of people as lesser beings b/c of their race, or b/c they are a minority.
Chinese Head Tax In 1885 the federal government wanted to discourage Chinese people from coming to Canada. So they taxed them $50 for entering the country.
Aboriginals: residential schools, assimilation Aboriginals were living on reserves with poor living conditions. went to schools run by the British church. they were forced to farm. all this was intended to make them abandon their traditional culture.
Created by: bparker