Study Guide for Chapter 24 The New Imperialism 1800-1914   Terms and People to Know

Ch. 24 Sec. 1 pgs 748-753
Rudyard Kipling    "White Man's Burden"  Imperialism   Social Darwinism   Maxim Machine Gun    Direct Rule    Indirect Rule       Protectorate      Sphere of Influence                 

Ch. 24 Sec. 2 pgs 754-761
Usman dan Fodio    Hausa   sharia   Asante Kingdom   Mombasa    Kilwa  Shaka Zulu    Zulus
King Cetshwayu    Boers   Great Trek   Sierra Leone   Liberia      Mungo Park    Sir Richard Burton       paternalistic  Dr. David Livingston  Henry Stanley   King Leopold II  Congo Free State   Berlin Conference             Cecil Rhodes   The Boer War     Samori Toure   Asante Wars    Yaa Asantewaa     Nehanda       Menelik II    Battle of Adowa   King Lobengula

Ch. 24 Sec. 3 pgs 762- 766 
Napoleon   Muhammad Ahmad  Mahdi   Wahhabi Movement   pashas  The Ottoman Empire  Ismail Pasha  sultans
Young Turk Movement  Genocide  Armenians  Muhammed Ali   Suez Canal   Ferdinand de Lessups  The Qajar Shahs    concessions   

Ch. 24 Sec. 4 pgs 767 - 772                                     
The Mughal Empire   The British East India Company   sepoys    sepoy rebellion    British Raj     viceroy         India  "Jewel in the Crown"  cash crops  deforestation  Ram Mohun Roy  purdah   Indian National Congress    Muslim League  

Ch. 24 Sec. 5 pgs 773-781
Balance of Trade     trade surplus        trade deficit    The Opium Wars      Treaty of Nanjing   indemnity  extraterritoriality  Qing Dynasty     Taiping Rebellion    Hong Xiuquan    Sino-Japanese War    Open Door Policy         Hundred Days of Reform       Guang Xu      Ci Xi
Boxer Rebellion Uprising     Sun Yixian    Sun Yat-Sen   Three Principles of the People

Ch 25 Sec 1 pgs 782 - 790
Shoguns  Tokugawa    Nagasaki   daimyo   Mathew Perry   Millard Fillmore  Treaty of Kanagawa   Tokyo   Edo
The Meiji Restoration   Diet    Kawasaki family  zaibatsu    homogeneous society   “Hermit Kingdom” 
First Sino-Japanese War   Russo-Japanese War   Treaty of Portsmouth    March First Movement

Ch 25 Sec 2 pgs 791 - 795
Phan Thanh Gian   Dutch East India Company  Burma (Myanmar)   French Indochina   Mongkut   Chulalongkorn Thailand( Siam)
Spanish American War   Emilio Aguinaldo   The Philippines    Hawaii     Queen Liliuokalani

Ch 25 Sec 3 pgs 796- 800
Constitutional Act of 1791   Louis Joseph Papineau   William Lyon Mackenzie   Lord Durham   Upper Canada   Lower Canada    John MacDonald    George Etienne Cartier   confederation  dominion    Canadian Pacific Railway  metis   Captain James Cook   indigenous     penal colony   Botany Bay    Outback   aborigines    Maoris    New Zealand
Ch25 Sec 4 pgs 801-811
Simon Bolivar   regionalism   caudillos  Santa Anna  The Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo  La Reforma    Benito Juarez Maximilian   General Porfirio Diaz    peonage    economic dependence   The Monroe Doctrine     Cuba    Platt Amendment    Roosevelt Corollary    Dollar Diplomacy    Panama Canal     

Ideas to understand
   How was the Industrial Revolution linked to imperialism?
   How did western powers gain global empires?
   What conditions in Africa and Asia helped western powers make inroads there.

·         How did people in Africa and Asia respond to western imperialism?
Describe and explain how Imperialism affected the continent of Africa. What countries carved up Africa? How did African countries resist European expansion?(be specific)
Describe and explain the British rule in India. Explain and describe the causes of the Sepoty rebellion. Describe how Indians resisted British rule.
Describe and explain the rights that westerners sought in China. Describe and explain how internal problems weakened China. Explain the goals of Chinese reformers.