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Title: Term 2 Review: Chapters 2, 3 and 4


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Term 2 Review Chapters 2, 3 and 4
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The Fur Trade
British Rule
New France
Vocabulary
Important Dates
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Theme 1 Prompt 100 Points
A disease caused by lack of vitamin C?
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Theme 1 Response 100 Points
scurvy
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Theme 1 Prompt 200 Points
When one company has exclusive control of a
business (For example, the Hudson Bay Company can
complete control over the British fur trade)
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Theme 1 Response 200 Points
monopoly
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Theme 1 Prompt 300 Points
Forcing a minority group to give up its culture
for the dominant one
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Theme 1 Response 300 Points
Assimilation
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Theme 1 Prompt 400 Points
The men who ruled New France all belonged to
which group of French society?
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Theme 1 Response 400 Points
the Nobility
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Theme 1 Prompt 500 Points
To make no changes to the existing
political/economic structures.
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Theme 1 Response 500 Points
Status quo
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Theme 2 Prompt 100 Points
Name the positions of the three leaders of New
France.
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Theme 2 Response 100 Points
The Governor, the Bishop, and the Intendant
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Theme 2 Prompt 200 Points
Who is shown in the above left picture and what
was his role in New France?
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Theme 2 Response 200 Points
Samuel de Champlain, the Father of New France who
established the first permanent French
settlements in North America
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Theme 2 Prompt 300 Points
What is shown in the above left picture?
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Theme 2 Response 300 Points
The Fortress of Louisbourg
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Theme 2 Prompt 400 Points
What was the most important institution in New
France and explain its role?
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Theme 2 Response 400 Points
  • The Catholic Church
  • built and operated schools and hospitals
  • built and maintained Churches
  • converted Natives to Christianity
  • registered births and deaths

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Theme 2 Prompt 500 Points
Name the two main groups of people on the
Seigneury and explain their roles?
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Theme 2 Response 500 Points
  • Seigneur
  • subdivided the land he was granted
  • collected taxes from Habitants
  • built a Church on the Seigneury
  • kept records of population
  • Habitants
  • performed labor and corvee
  • paid taxes

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Theme 3 Prompt 100 Points
Which Treaty gave the British control of most of
Acadia?
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Theme 3 Response 100 Points
The Treaty of Utrecht 1713
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Theme 3 Prompt 200 Points
What event is being depicted in the picture at
the above left?
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Theme 3 Response 200 Points
The Deportation of the Acadians
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Theme 3 Prompt 300 Points
In response to the French fortress at Louisbourg,
which fortress did the British later build?
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Theme 3 Response 300 Points
Halifax
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Theme 3 Prompt 400 Points
What event is being depicted in the above picture
and which General is in the foreground?
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Theme 3 Response 400 Points
  • The Battle of the Plains of Abraham
  • The British General Wolfe is pictured dying on
    the battlefield

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Theme 3 Prompt 500 Points
What was the Three Pronged attack?
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Theme 3 Response 500 Points
The British first attacked Louisbourg, then
attacked the French in the Ohio Valley, then
attacked the French along the St.Lawrence river,
capturing Quebec.
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Theme 4 Prompt 100 Points
What name was given to young Frenchmen who
traveled into the interior to trap and get furs?
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Theme 4 Response 100 Points
The Coureurs de bois
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Theme 4 Prompt 200 Points
What were the two main fur trading companies in
the late 1700s?
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Theme 4 Response 200 Points
The Hudsons Bay Company and the Northwest Company
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Theme 4 Prompt 300 Points
The area controlled by the Hudsons Bay Company
was called?
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Theme 4 Response 300 Points
Ruperts Land
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Theme 4 Prompt 400 Points
Explain how the French fur trade worked?
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Theme 4 Response 400 Points
  • The French sent Coureurs de bois into the
    interior to trap and exchange furs with the
    Natives
  • The French fur traders went to where the Natives
    lived to trade furs
  • The French traded whiskey (alcohol) and Western
    goods in exchange for furs
  • The French were not allowed to trade guns for furs

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Theme 4 Prompt 500 Points
Explain how and why the French fur trade declined
after 1650?
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Theme 4 Response 500 Points
  • Huron fur trading allies were destroyed by
    disease and Iroquois
  • Hudsons Bay Company had established fur trading
    forts all around the Hudsons Bay and was
    increasing its trade
  • France was too busy with European and North
    American wars to finance the construction of more
    forts or to revive the fur trade

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Theme 5 Prompt 100 Points
What important event happened in 1663?
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Theme 5 Response 100 Points
France became a Royal Colony
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Theme 5 Prompt 200 Points
What important French naval base did the British
capture in 1758?
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Theme 5 Response 200 Points
Louisbourg
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Theme 5 Prompt 300 Points
What important document was signed in 1774?
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Theme 5 Response 300 Points
The Quebec Act
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Theme 5 Prompt - 400 Points
Who are the women shown in the painting and why
did they go to New France?
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Theme 5 Response 400 Points
  • The Filles du Roi
  • Sent to New France beginning in 1663 (after New
    France became a Royal Colony) to marry and
    increase the population

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Theme 5 Prompt 500 Points
What two important documents were signed in 1763
and what was the significance of each?
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Theme 5 Response 500 Points
  • Treaty of Paris
  • Ended European and North American wars between
    British and French
  • Britain received all of Frances North American
    possessions (except St. Pierre and Miquelon
    Islands)
  • Royal Proclamation
  • Established British rule in New France
  • New France renamed Quebec and controlled by a
    British Governor

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Final Jeopardy Category The Royal
Proclamation Place your wagers now!
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What were the five options open to the British at
the time of the Royal Proclamation as they
decided what to do with the French-Canadians?
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1. Assimilation 2. Isolation 3.
Deportation 4. Status quo 5. Biculturalism
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