Causes and Effects of Migration in the 19th Century
Come and be a part of an interactive presentation on the Causes and Effects of Migration in the 19th century. We are tying together all the relevant Themes and Content of the period to a very relevant issue today!!
Indigenous Responses to State Expansion
This stream will review a variety of indigenous responses to enforced European and American expansion in Africa, Asia, and the Americas, including the creation of new states, direct resistance, and rebellions.
Unit 6 Review: Causation in an Age of Imperialism and Global Migration
Practice analyzing cause and effect while studying the main topics of Unit 6, c. 1750 - c. 1900.
Practice Multiple Choice Questions for Units 5 and 6
Study for multiple choice tests covering revolutions, industrialization, and imperialism in the modern era, c. 1750 - c. 1900, with original practice questions.
Unit 6 Review: Modern Imperialism
Study one of the key concepts for c. 1750 - c. 1900: development and reactions to new overseas empires.
"Take up the White Man's Burden — And reap his old reward."
6.1 Rationales for Imperialism
6.4 Global Economic Development from 1750 to 1900
6.5 Economic Imperialism
6.6 Causes of Migration from 1750 to 1900
6.8 Causation in the Imperial Age
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