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Connected in Time

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1. How did they heat their homes?
electric heaters
gas furnace
radiators
wood stoves

2. List two sources of entertainment in the 1850's
Who Were the People of British North America?
(Erica)
1. How many people did not make it across the Atlantic during the Irish famine?
10%
30%
80%
50%

2. Where did the Chinese immigrate to
and why?
The Great Migration (Dominik)
1.Who was Louis Riel?
An Irish man against the Natives
A US politician
A teacher
A Metis who fought for Metis rights

2. Why was hunting so important to the Natives?
Natives (Stephanie)
1. Which person was not named as taking part in
the gold rush?
James Douglas
Joseph Howe
William 'Billy' Barker
John Cameron

2. Why was the Cariboo Gold Rush something to talk about?
The Gold Rush (Liam K.)
Connected in Time
Confederation
1. Who was Harriet Tubman?
the daughter of a king
a religious leader
a slave that freed other slaves
a political leader


2. Why is she remembered in Canadian History?
Natives: Harriet Tubman (Evelyn)
Underground Railroad (Brandon)
1. The Underground Railroad was established to:
transport people from one place to another underground
free slaves from slavery
transport goods from one colony to another

2. How was Canada involved in the Underground
Railroad?

Brianne will not be participating in the competition.
The Hudson's Bay Company (Brianne)
Government (Bailey)
Physical Features (Cory)
Absentee Landlord (Andrew)
Industrialization (Henry)
Intercolonial Trade (Bobby)
External Trade (Sam)
The Fenians (Tommy)
Manifest Destiny (Isamaris)
George Brown (Liam P.)
George Brown (Grace)
George-Etienne Cartier (Rachel)
Geroge-Etienne Cartier (Chloe)
John A. Macdonald (Drew)
The Charlottown Conference (Emma)
The London Conference (Carol)
The BNA Act (Adam)
Thomas Scott (Natalie)
The Quebec Conference (Alana)
Joseph Howe (Zachary)
Answer
1. wood stoves

2. newspaper, writing letters, go to church
Answer
1. 30%

2. The Chinese went to British Columbia to help build the Canadian Pacific Railway
Answer
1. Joseph Howe

2. - large quantities of gold was discovered there,
- created and economic boom,
- instigated other major gold rushes.
Answer
1. Free slaves from slavery

2. The slaves were trying to get to Canada from the USA because it was a new country with different laws around slavery.
Answer
1. A slave that freed other slaves

2. She escaped slavery and was a leader of the
underground railroad helping others to escape to
Canada and other States that did not support
slavery.
Answer
1. A Metis who fought for Metis Rights

2. - because some tribes used the hides to make their
homes,
- they ate the meat,
- made tools and weapons from bones,
- made blankets from the animal hair
- clothing from the hides
1. The "Crown" refers to:
the monarch of the country (Queen)
the Prime Minister
the governor
the voters

2. Draw a quick sketch of the Political System of
the Canadas in the 1850's
Answers
1. The monarch of the country (Queen)

2.
Cory will not be participating in the competition.
1. What province had absentee
landlords?
British Columbia
Newfoundland
Ontario
P.E.I
2. In your own words, describe what an "Absentee
Landlord" is.
Answer
1. P.E.I.

2. An absentee landlord is a person that owns land and rents it out to another person. In this case the landowners did not even live in the same country.
1. When did industrialization begin to grow in Canada?
1832
1840
1812
1901
2. What was the advantage for factories and industries to hire children and adolescent
girls over adults?
Answers
1. 1840

2. Factories and industries were able to
easily exploit and underpay children
and adolescent girls.
1. Which of the following colonies was not a part of
the inter-colonial trade?
Newfoundland
Nova Scotia
British Columbia
Lower Canada
2. What was inter-colonial trade?
Answers
1. British Columbia

2. Trade between the BNA colonies
1. What is a tariff?
a tax paid by the consumer
a tax paid by the exporting country
a tax paid by the importing country
a tax paid by the producer

2. Explain in your own words the meaning of
"Colonial Preference".
Answers
1. A tax paid by the consumer

2. giving an advantage to your
own colonies over foreign
countries
1. Who were the Fenians?
- british invaders
- Irish Catholics living in the US
- Canadian loyalists
- Spanish army
2. What did they do to be remembered in
Canadian history?
ANSWERS
1. A group of Irish Catholics in the US and Ireland

2. They raided Canada several times which resulted in fear that they would take over and contributed to the reasons for confederation.
1. When was the term given?
- 1812
- 1789
- 1845
- 1866

2. Define the the term Manifest
Destiny.
ANSWERS
1. 1845

2. The belief that Americans had a future
responsibility to expand westward.

1. When was George Brown born?
- 1818
- 1798
- 1842
- 1756

2. What was he proposing for Upper and
Lower Canada?
ANSWERS
1. 1818

2. He proposed a union of Upper and Lower
Canada.
1. What famous newspaper is George
Brown known for?
- The Spectator
- The Toronto Star
- The Globe and Mail
- The Post

2. Why did Brown partner with his rival,
MacDonald?
ANSWERS
1. The Globe and Mail

2. He decided to partner with MacDonald because nothing was being accomplished in government with them fighting.
1. When was Cartier born?
- 1818
- 1792
- 1824
- 1814

2. Why was Cartier charged with treason?
ANSWERS
1. 1814

2. Cartier was charged with
treason for rebelling against the British government in 1837
1. Cartier entered politics in...?
- 1848
- 1852
- 1839
- 1864
2. Where did Cartier stand on
issues of Confederation and the French?
ANSWERS
1. 1848

2. He fought for the rights of
French Canadians but also believed in Confederation
1. Where was Macdonald born?
- Toronto
- Ireland
- British Columbia
- Scotland

2. Why is John A. Macdonald
remembered in Canadian history?


Answers
1. Scotland

2. He was Canada's first
Prime Minister.
1. Which of the following were NOT at the
Charlottetown Conference?
- Nova Scotia
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland
- United Province of Canada

2. How did the delegates from the United Province of Canada change the
direction of the conference?
ANSWERS
1. Newfoundland

2. They saw this as an opportunity to share their
ideas about confederation even though they were invited as spectators only.
1. How long did the
Quebec Conference last?
- 3 days
- 1 week
- 10 days
- 3 weeks

2. The decisions that were made at the Quebec
conference were known as what?
ANSWERS
1. 3 weeks

2. The 72 Resolutions
1. Initially did Howe fight for confederation or
against?
- for confederation
- against confederation

2. What event brought Howe to trial in 1835?
ANSWERS
1. Against confederation

2. He published a letter accusing Halifax
politicians and police of pocketing 30, 000 over a thirty-year period
1. How many Resolutions
were there at the end of
the London Conference?
- 72
- 64
- 45
- 69

2. What did this conference accomplish?

ANSWERS
1. 69 Resolutions

2. Agreement for Confederation
1. Which part of the Act was most
critical?
- taxation system
- government structure
- justice system
- health care

2. What was the main reason for the
BNA Act?
ANSWERS
1. government structure

2. The main reason for the act was to provide the new country of Canada some guidelines and rules so the country would be kept in order after the colonies joined together
1. Who is believed to have killed
Thomas Scott?
- The Metis
- Joseph Howe
- Macdonald
- Louis Riel

2. What were Tomas Scott's two
main beliefs?
ANSWERS
1. Louis Riel

2. He believed that the Roman Catholics
should be permitted very few rites and the Metis should be completely ignored.
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