Internal Conflicts In Africa Between 1750 And 1870

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WHAP Chapter 24 Study Guide 1. Internal pressures in Africa between 1750 and 1870 resulted in the creation of ___________________________. 2. The Nguni peoples of southeastern Africa traditionally had pursued a life based on __________________ and _______________________. 3. The Zulu kingdom arose primarily from internal conflicts over ________ and _________________. 4. The most powerful and most feared fighters in southern Africa were the __________________. 5. The kingdoms of _______________ and _____________ were created by attracting refugees from _________________ raids. 6. The Zulu succeeded in creating a new national _________________. 7. The consolidation of West African states, such as the Sokoto Caliphate, was inspired by _________________.…show more content…
Ironically, the _________ were the world’s greatest slave traders and later became the most aggressive suppressers of the slave trade. 18. Africans wanted European manufactured goods, so when the ___________ ended, Africans expanded their ___________ trade by developing new exports. 19. The most successful export from West Africa after abolition was _________________. 20. The spread of Western cultural influences in West Africa was due in large part to _________________________________________________. 21. Eastern African states are referred to as ______________ because they were not directly controlled by Europeans but were supplied with European ______________. 22. Although the East India Company was founded in 1600, the _________ gradually colonized India by defeating the French and picking apart the decaying __________ Empire. 23. In order to expand their trade and profits in __________,____________, French and _________ “company men” fought and bargained to get Indian permission for _______________ _________. 24. ______________ were Indian troops who were hired and trained to protect European companies’ warehouses. 25. The East India Company’s right to rule India gained legitimacy after the victory at ___________ in _________. 26. British raj is the _______________________________. 27. The central British reform in India before 1850 aimed to create a ___________ and ____________ government. 28. The _______ transformed the Indian economy by expanding agricultural…show more content…
The Dutch turned their colonies over to Britain after the _________armies occupied the ___________________. 37. ________________________ was initially important to the British because it was a supply station for the lengthy India route. 38. The migration of ___________________ from British-ruled Cape Colony for fertile land in the north is called the ___________ __________. 39. The underlying goal of British imperialism in the mid-nineteenth century was to promote ____________________________________________. 40. The former __________________________colonies and _____________ were similar in that British colonists displaced indigenous peoples in both places. 41. The first British settlers in Australia were _____________________. 42. By encouraging self government in the South Pacific settler colonies, Britain: a. b. c. d. 43. After British slave emancipation in 1834, new plantation workers came from: a. b. c. d. 44. Plantation workers served contracts of indenture that usually lasted ___________ to ___________ years. 45. Most indentured servants left their homes because they hoped to better their _______________ and ______________
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