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Places in early Canada Culture in Early Canada True or False Fur Trade Terms Go Big or Go Home: Bonus Questions
100
What is New France
The french controlled colony in north america.
100
what is Catholicism
The Majority of the French Canadians followed this religion. The Jesuit priests in Canada were converting First Nations to this religion as well.
100
True
An epidemic is a disease that wipes out thousands, like smallpox.
100

March 15,2000
When is Sascha's Birthday
An area of land ruled by a different country.
Colony
An area of land ruled by a different country.
200
What is the 13 Colonies
The British settlement in north america, with many settlers and a flourishing economy that was located on the east coast of lower Canada.
200
What is Bicultural
Giving recognition to two different cultures. like canada with their two official language.
200
False. The Hudsons Bay company was British.
The Hudsons Bay company was a French fur trading establishment.
200
May 20, 2000
When is Emmett's Birthday
The policy on the part of one country to take over another.
imperialism
The policy on the part of one country to take over another.
300
What is Rupert's Land
The land above New France that they use for trading furs and other goods.
300
What is Prejudice
A generalization of a group of people based on false information, for example the europeans to the first nations when they came to New France.
300
False. The British and Haudenosaunee were in an alliance. They traded with each other and fought the same enemies.
An alliance is when two countries/people are fighting against each other.
300
Mercantalism
Obtaining cheap resources from colonies, and making as much money as possible on them.
400
What is Assimilation
To become part of ones culture, much like the jesuit priests and first nations groups.
400
True.
The Northwest Company was a French fur trading establishment.
400
Ethnocentrism
A belief that one's culture is superior to others.
500
Monopoly
Complete control of a resource. The company of 100 associates had a (blank) over the fur trade.
500
False, To deport is to send out of a country, like the Acadians in the great deportation.
To deport is to get goods from another country.




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