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EOY-Review 2016-17

Social Studies Blue Print Continued Significant People, Places & Events

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Aborigine Australia's first developed culture
Maori the native people of New Zealand
Polynesian a native or inhabitant of Polynesia, or a person of Polynesian descent; a group of Austronesian languages spoken in Polynesia, including Maori, Hawaiian, and Samoan.
Malala Yousafzai The youngest recipient of a Nobel Peace Prize. Two years before she received the Nobel Peace Prize she was shot in the head, neck and shoulder by a single bullet fired by a Taliban gunman for working for education for girls.
Mansa Musa was the richest man in history, whose fortune in the 14th century would equal approximately $400 billion today when adjusted for inflation.
Nelson Mandela leader of the African National Congress who was jailed for fighting apartheid, but who became president of South Africa in 1994.
Mohandas Gandhi Indian leader who pushed for India's independence from the British through civil disobedience in the 1930s; considered the father of modern India.
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