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Notes from Around the World. Japan. Tokagawa Shoganate Closed Japan to Trade American Commodore Matthew Perry “Gunboat Diplomacy” Meiji Restoration (Revolt against Shogun) Zaibatsu Families & Rapid Industrialization Nationalism/NeedResources: Wars w/China & Russia. Korea.

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japan
Japan
  • Tokagawa Shoganate
  • Closed Japan to Trade
  • American Commodore Matthew Perry
    • “Gunboat Diplomacy”
  • Meiji Restoration (Revolt against Shogun)
  • Zaibatsu Families & Rapid Industrialization
  • Nationalism/NeedResources: Wars w/China & Russia
korea
Korea
  • Influenced by China
  • Shut out foreigners
  • 1910 Annexed by Japan
  • March 1st Movement
    • (peaceful protest against Japan)
  • Ruled by Japan until 1945
southeast asia
Southeast Asia
  • Dutch East India Company (spice islands)
  • British take region Malay Peninsula from India includes Burma & Singapore
  • French Colonies on the Mainland
  • 1860 French Take Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
  • European influences:
    • Technology, commerce, industry, R.R. & Harbors
thailand
Thailand
  • Kingdom of Siam
  • Strong Independent King
  • Acts as a “Buffer” Between British and French
philippines
Philippines
  • Spanish Colony since 1500s
  • Catholic
  • 1891: Spanish-American War
  • Filipinos declare independence
    • U.S. helps Filipinos fight Spanish
  • Treaty gave the Philippines to U.S.A
  • 1901 Emilio Aguinaldo led Battle w/U.S.A.
  • U.S.A pledged to help Modernized & promise self rule
u s in the pacific
U.S. in the Pacific
  • 1878 U.S. extraterritoriality and U.S. Naval Station in Samoa
  • U.S.A, Germany, and Britain create a triple protectorate in Samoa
  • Hawaii: Queen Liliuakani tries to reduce U.S. influence on Islands
  • 1893: U.S. plantation owners lead a revolt to overthrow Queen Lilly
  • 1898: U.S. annexed Hawaii as a territory
  • 1898: U.S. buys Guam after Spanish-Am. War
  • 1899: U.S. annexed Wake Island
u s in puerto rico cuba
U.S. in Puerto Rico & Cuba
  • Spanish American War: 1898, U.S. paid Spain $20 million for these areas
  • Puerto Rico: Foraker Act of 1900,
    • House of Representatives.
    • U.S. citizenship 1917
  • Cuba became an independent nation in 1902, and the Philippines became an independent nation in 1946.
canada eh
Canada: Eh
  • French rule until the Treaty of Paris 1763
  • 1840: Act of Union (joins English and French Speakers)
  • Gains an Elected Legislature for Domestic Issues and British Control of Foreign Policy
australia new zealand gooday
Australia & New Zealand:Gooday
  • 1600’s Dutch Discovery
  • 1770: Captain James Cook claims for Britain
  • 1788: Prison Colony
  • 1800: Free British encouraged to settle
  • 1851: Gold!
  • White Settlers Demand Independence from Britain: 1901
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