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26. 16. 3. How typical were these examples of African state-building in this era? What support is there for the argument presented in your text that the South Asian people were more affected by Europeanization in this time period than were the Africans? How did West Africans react to the end of the Atlantic slave trade? What impact did industrialization have on the process of colonization in Africa and Asia? To what extent were the peoples of Africa and Asia “victims” or “losers” in the story of imperialism? What was the nature of the “secondary empires” in eastern Africa in the nineteenth century? Be as specific as you can be in your answer. as Indian historians refer to it? By the middle of the nineteenth century. 24. Explain the major aims of British raj policy in India What were the significant factors involved in the Sepoy Rebellion. Zulu Sokoto Caliphate modernization Muhammad Ali “legitimate” trade recaptives nawab sepoy British Raj Sepoy Rebellion durbar Indian Civil Service Indian National Congress clipper ship contract of indenture Discuss the process by which the Zulu kingdom and the Sokoto Caliphate were created. 9. 12. The Zulu kingdom arose primarily because of Page 2 . 19. 13. Tipu Sultan took advantage of the conflicts in Europe to challenge which nation's hold on the region of Mysore as the base of the East India Company? 27. The Nguni peoples of southeastern Africa traditionally had pursued a life based on 28. 17. 8. 4. and explain why those colonies were unusual in this period. 5. 23. 25. how did British and other plantation colonies fill their needs for labor? Where did the laborers come from? Be as specific as possible. 15. 22. using the eastern part of the empire as an example. or the Revolution of 1857. the nature and size of Britain's overseas empire had changed dramatically. 20. 18. After slaves were freed. 7. 10. 2. 6. 21. 11. 14.1. Include Australia and New Zealand in your answer. Describe the changes that took place between 1750 and 1850.
The first reformer to advocate Pan-Indian nationalism was 60. Emperor Téwodros of Ethiopia had assistance in the local manufacture of weapons from 37. the British gradually colonized India by 47. Fragmentation made it easier for the British to establish themselves in India. The changes in the wake of the Sepoy Rebellion included all of the following except 56. The underlying goal of British imperialism in the mid-nineteenth century was to 65. The first British settlers in Australia were 67. Muhammad Ali's creation of modern Egypt was shaped by the shock of 34. The Indian National Congress initially sought more rights for Indians 61. The Zulu succeeded in creating a new 32.29. so when the slave trade ended. The French invasion of Algeria was originally the result of 38. Cape Colony was initially important to the British because it 63. The creation of a unified kingdom in southeastern Africa under Shaka Zulu was intended to 30. A significant impetus to increasing global commercial expansion in the nineteenth century included 66. The most successful export from West Africa after abolition was 44. The migration of Afrikaners from British-ruled Cape Colony for fertile land in the north is called the 64. In 1870. The EIC transformed the Indian economy by 53. Why was the Sepoy Rebellion a turning point in the history of India? 55. Britain 68. Why did the slave trade end? 41. What was the British raj? 51. new plantation workers came from 69. In addition to intruding into Africa militarily. The deadliest disease in India was kala mari (black death). the British were the world's greatest slave traders and later 42. the Indian railroad system was 58. The Indian Civil Service 57. Who was David Livingstone? 40. Egypt was able to build a modern state based on cotton exports until 36. The power of India was divided by all of the following except 48. they 43. Africans wanted European manufactured goods. ”Recaptives” were 45. The “Bombay Presidency” was 50. What prevented the Sepoy Rebellion in 1857 from becoming a full-scale revolution? 54. Ironically. Sepoys were Indian troops who 49. By encouraging self-government in the South Pacific settler colonies. After British slave emancipation in 1834. The British invocation of “tradition” in India was used to 52. Eastern African states are referred to as “secondary empires” because they were 46. A significant method of instilling nationalism was 62. The kingdoms of Lesotho and Swazi were created 31. Although the East India Company was founded in 1600. The African slave trade was perpetuated by 33. European explorers were peacefully 39. also known as 59. Plantation workers served contracts of indenture that usually lasted Page 3 . Egyptian modernization was paid for by 35.
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