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Staten Island Technical High School Mr. V. Maniscalco, Principal A.

P World History

Social Studies Department Mr. J. Manzo, A.P. Ms. K. Palma, Mrs. Elfassy

Unit VI-The Age of Revolution, Industry and Empire 1750-1914


THE FORMAT BELOW APPLIES TO ALL ASSIGNMENTS ON THIS HOMEWORK SHEET. PLEASE SEE TEMPLET AS GUIDE. ALL ASSIGNMENT SHOULD NOT EXCEED THE FRONT AND BACK OF ONE PIECE OF PAPER! Homework Format: For all assignments, you are expected to 1. Carefully read the assigned pages. 2. Respond to the questions.

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Conduct a PERSIA analysis of the reading- A grand one for the chapter is acceptable. Keep a separate list of vocabulary words. They will be checked on quiz day.

FOR THIS UNIT THERE ARE EXTENSIVE BORDER CHANGES MAKING IT NECESSARY TO DO MAP WORK!

H.W. #18 - Chapter 29 Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World- p. 777-794 Vocabulary: Declaration of Independence, Peace of Paris, Estates-General, Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, Storming of the Bastille, Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, Robespierre, The Directory, The National Assembly, the Convention , Napoleon, Civil Code (1804), Battle of Waterloo, ancien regime, levee en masse , guillotine HW #18 A

1. Which groups were not considered in terms of political freedom and equality?
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. What was the purpose of summoning the Estates General? What did the National Assembly accomplish? What did the Convention accomplish? Why was the directory formed? What did Napoleon accomplish? What led to Napoleons defeat?

H.W. #19 - Chapter 29 Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World- p. 794-805

1. Who led the Haitian Revolution and what type of government was established when the revolution was complete? 2. Which group in Latin American society led many of the revolutions in Latin America? Why? 3. What were the causes and results of the following: a. Mexican Revolution b. South American Revolution c. Brazilian independence
Toussaint Louveture, Miguel Hidalgo, Simon Bolivar, Jose de San Martin, Bernardo OHiggins, Mary Wollstonecraft, caudillos, conservatives, liberals

H.W. #20 - Chapter 29 Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic World- p. 805-811

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What things create a sense of national identity among people? How would you define political nationalism? What were the major successes and failures of the Congress of Vienna? How did nationalist rebellions lead to political change and instability? Describe the cause and effect of each of the following: a. Italian Unification b. German Unification.

Mazzini, Young Italy, Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) , Cavour , Garibaldi, nation (nationalism), Zionism COMPLETE MAP! H.W. #21 Chapter 30 The Making of an Industrial Society p. 815-825

1. Describe how each of the following contributed to Industrialization in Great Britain: a. Coal b. Overseas colonies c. Demand for cheap cotton d. Steam engine e. Iron and steel f. Improvements in transportation
John Kay - Flying Shuttle, Samuel Crompton - mule, Edmund Cartwright - power loom, James Watt - steam engine, Henry Bessemer steel, George Stephenson - locomotive , Luddites, industrialization, monopoly H.W. #22 - Chapter 30 The Making of an Industrial Society p. 825-837

1. How and why did industrialization affect each of the following: a. Population growth b. Demographic shifts 2. What factors contributed to urbanization and migrations? 3. Describe the new social class systems created by industrialization. 4. Describe how each of the following attempted to correct the abuses and problems of early industrial society: a. Utopian Socialism b. Marx and Engels (Communism) c. Legislative measures d. Trade Unions
Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Factory Act (1833), Mines Act (1842), urbanization , capitalists, proletariat , communists H.W. #23 - Chapter 30 The Making of an Industrial Society p. 838-842

1. Describe the process of industrialization in the following areas: a. Russia b. Japan 2. How did industrialization affect nonindustrialized countries? 3. List the lands that were colonized by Europe. Why and how did they fare better than other places? 4. Which countries suffered from economic dependency? Why?
Sergei Witte, zaibatsu

H.W. #24 Chapter 31- America in the Age of Independence p. 847-860

1. Explain the nature and cause of each of the following with respect to the United States: a. Rapid westward expansion after the revolution b. Conflict with indigenous people c. The Mexican-American War (1845-1848) d. Sectional conflict between North and South e. The U.S. Civil War (1861-1865) 2. Compare and contrast Canadian independence with American independence. 3. What were the major social and political characteristics of Latin America after they gained their independence? 4. How did war and reform affect Mexico?
Gran Colombia, La Reforma, manifest destiny , caudillo H.W. #25 - Chapter 31- America in the Age of Independence p. 860-867

1. What were the nature and causes of migrations to the Americas (North and South) Who came and why? 2. What role did each of the following play in the economic expansion of the United States? a. British capital (money/investment) b. Railroads 3. What factors contributed to Canadian prosperity? 4. How and why was Latin America economically dependent?
National Policy, railroad time H.W. #26 - Chapter 31- America in the Age of Independence p. 867-875

1. Describe the status of each of these groups in the United States:


a. Whites b. Native Americans c. Blacks d. Women e. Migrants 2. Describe the status of each of these groups in the Canada: a. Whites b. Native Americans c. Freed slaves d. Migrants 3. Describe the status of each of these groups in the Latin America: a. Whites b. Native Americans c. Migrants: Chinese, East Indians, Europeans
Seneca Falls Convention (1848), gauchos, machismo H.W. #27 Chapter 32 Societies at Crossroads p. 879-886

Describe EACH of the following with respect the Ottoman Empire: a. Nature of its decline b. Reform and reorganization The Young Turk Era

Tanzimat, extraterritoriality COMPLETE MAP! H.W. #28 - Chapter 32 Societies at Crossroads p. 886-892

Describe how each of the following put pressure on the Russian Empire? a. Military defeat b. Social Reform c. Industrialization d. Repression and Revolution
Sergei Witte, Bloody Sunday , zemstovs, intelligentsia, Russification , progroms, soviets, Duma H.W. #29 - Chapter 32 Societies at Crossroads p. 892-899

1. What were the causes AND effects of the Opium Wars? 2. What were the causes AND effects of the Taiping Rebellion? 3. Assess the nature of and effectiveness of the following Chinese efforts at reform: a. The Self-Strengthening Movement (1860-1895) b. Spheres of Influence c. Hundred Days Reform The Boxer Rebellion
Guangzhou , Hong Xiuquan , Cixi, Boxer Rebellion, cohongs, spheres of influence H.W. #30 Chapter 32 Societies at Crossroads p. 899-904

1. Describe how each of the following led to the transformation of Japan? a. Crises b. Foreign Pressure for Japan to reverse closed door policy c. End of Tokugawa rule d. The Meiji Restoration (1868) 2. Describe the role of each in the Meiji Reforms: a. Welcomed foreign expertise b. Abolition of feudal order c. Revamping Tax system d. Constitutional government e. Remodeling of the economy and infrastructure f. Japanese people bear cost of reform g. Japan becomes a major industrial power
Commodore Matthew Perry, Fukuzawa Yukichi, Diet, zaibatsu H.W. #31 Chapter 33- The Building of Global Empires p. 909-915

Identify and/or describe the following aspects of modern European imperialism: a. Modern Imperialism b. Two types of modern colonialism c. Economic Reasons for imperialism d. Political reasons for imperialism Cultural justification for imperialism
Cecil Rhodes, Battle of Omdurman, imperialism

H.W. #32 - Chapter 33 Societies at Crossroads p. 915-927

Describe each of the aspects of European Imperialism for each region: 1. British empire in India: a. Company rule of British East India Company b. British imperial rule replaced EIC, 1858 c. Economic restructuring of India and Ceylon (Sri Lanka) d. Effects of British rule on Indian Culture 2. Imperialism in central Asia and south east Asia: a. The Great Game b. Dutch East India Company in Indonesia c. British colonies in southeast Asia d. French Indo-China 1859-1893 e. Kingdom of Siam 3. The Scramble for Africa a. European seizure of African Continent b. Settlement of South Africa by Dutch farmers (Afrikaners) c. The Berlin Conference 4. Describe the (3) types of colonial rule: a. Concenssionary companies b. Direct Rule c. Indirect Rule 5. Describe the nature of imperialism in the Pacific a. Settler Colonies Reasons for the delayed colonization of Pacific Islands
British East India Company, sepoys , Indochina, scramble for Africa, Dr. David Livingston, Henry Morton Stanley, Richard Burton, Leopold II, sati, The Great Game PLEASE COMPLETE BOTH MAPS! H.W. #33 - Chapter 33 Societies at Crossroads p. 927-929

1. Describe the nature of U.S. imperialism with respect to each of the following: a. The Monroe Doctrine (1823) b. The Spanish-American War (1898-1899) c. The Panama Canal (1903-1914) 2. How did each of the following contribute to the growth of Japan as an imperial power? a. The rejection of the unequal treaties b. Japanese expansion (where did they expand?) c. The Sino-Japanese War (1894-95) The Russo-Japanese War (1904-05)
Panama Canal, Monroe Doctrine (1823) H.W. #34 - Chapter 33 Societies at Crossroads p. 930-938

1. Describe how did colonial rule change each of the following: a. Traditional methods of production b. New crops 2. Describe the nature of each of the major labor migrations: a. European migration b. Indentured labor from Asia, Africa and Pacific Islands 3. Describe the major rebellions against colonial rule. 4. What is Scientific racism? How did the colonial experience reinforce popular racism? 5. Describe how each of the following played a role in national and anticolonial movements:

a. Ram Mohan Roy b. The Indian National Congress c. Limited Reform (1909)
Maji-Maji Rebellion, Joseph Arthur de Gobineau , Herbert Spencer, Ram Mohan Roy, Indian National Congress Muslim League, scientific racism , Social Darwinism

MAP EXERCISE H.W. #20 The following exercise is intended to clarify the geophysical environment and the spatial relationships among the important objects and places mentioned in the chapter. Locate the following places on the map. Italy (after 1870) Germany (after 1871) Russia Austria-Hungary France

How was the map of Europe altered after 1871? What effect did the changes in the European map have on traditional rivalries and alliances?

MAP EXERCISE H.W. #32 The following exercise is intended to clarify the geophysical environment and the spatial relationships among the important objects and places mentioned in the chapter. Locate the following places on the map.Mark the colonial possessions of the following countries: Great Britain, France, Germany, Portugal, and Belgium. Compare the colonial holdings of the European nations in 1914 to the colonial ventures of the 17th century. What nations became more significant as imperial powers? What nations ceased to play a major role in worldwide imperialism? How does this reflect the political changes in Europe?

MAP EXERCISE H.W. #19 The following exercise is intended to clarify the geophysical environment and the spatial relationships among the important objects and places mentioned in the chapter. Locate the following places on the map. Mark the boundaries of the independent states of Latin America. Mark the independence dates. The authors of the text suggest that independence occurred in the reverse order of the dates of colonization. Is this true? What were the last areas to become independent?

MAP EXERCISE H.W. #27 The following exercise is intended to clarify the geophysical environment and the spatial relationships among the important objects and places mentioned in the chapter. Locate the following places on the map. Boundaries of the Ottoman Empire Boundaries of the Qing Empire Which of the two declining empires was closest to the European imperial interests in the Asian trade network? Does this help explain the more direct incursion of Europeans in one civilization than in the other?

MAP EXERCISE H.W. #32 The following exercise is intended to clarify the geophysical environment and the spatial relationships among the important objects and places mentioned in the chapter. Locate the following places on the map. Japan Manchuria Russian boundary with China Korea Where did Russian and Japanese imperial ambitions conflict? To what extent were both countries following older traditions of expansion?