CHAPTER THIRTY-THREE


IDENTIFICATIONS
Explain the significance of the following:
1. Co-hong merchants
2. extraterritoriality
3. "unequal treaties"
4. treaty ports (China)
5. Boxer Protocol of 1901
6. Mitsui family
7. Guomindang (Kuomingtang)
8. Meiji Restoration
9. samurai revolt (1877)
10. Kabaka
11. "Cape Colored"
12. Native Reserves
13. Hundred Days of Reform
14. Anglo-Japanese Alliance
15. Candomblé
16. Arrow War
17. International Settlement (Shanghai)
18. the "Great Trek"
CHRONOLOGY
During which fifty year period did each of these events occur? Decide which column or columns they belong to. Click to find the correct answers. The purpose of this exercise is to help you grasp relative chronology. Actual dates are given in answer key.
Event
1800
1850
1900
1950
1. Opium War
2. Russo-Japanese War
3. Harris Treaty (U.S. and Japan)
4. Commodore Perry steams into Tokyo Bay
Event
1800
1850
1900
1950
5. Opening of the Suez Canal
6. Denmark abolishes the slave trade
7. Collapse of the Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty
8. Colony of free blacks founded at Sierra Leone
Event
1800
1850
1900
1950
9. Fall of the Zulu Empire
10. Taiping Rebellion
11. Boxer uprising
12. The Great Trek
WHO WAS I?
1. This "ruler from behind" exercised power through the role of regent during two Qing (Ch'ing) emperors' reigns.
2. A classical scholar who combined Confucian ideals with reform.
3. Radical leader in China who wished to abolish the monarchy.
4. Chinese bureaucrat who became premier during the last gasps of the Manchu Dynasty.
5. Leader of the Taipang Rebellion, which ended with 20 million dead and 600 cities destroyed.
6. This inventor's machine increased production of cotton and drove up the American demand for slaves.
7. This leader in Southern Arabia restored Omani power and established a capital on Zanzibar.
8. This explorer and missionary chronicled his travels in South Africa.
9. This intellectual translated Western philosophical and political classics into Chinese.
10. This official was appointed by Qing (Ch'ing) leaders to stop the Opium trade which the British were fostering.
11. This Chinese statesman organized loyal troops and defeated Hong Xiuquan, thereby ending the Taipang Rebellion.
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