Early Exploration
Treaties and changing relationships
Fur Trade
Metis
Government Acts
100

1.The British and French explorers were searching for the ________ passage to Asia

Northwest Passage

100

Used to end wars between Indigenous Nations, settle Land disputes and arrange trade of Marriage

Traditional Treaties 

100

One of the First resources that continued to attracted Europeans to North America 

Fish 

100

The Metis are a peoples with heritage stemming from which ethnicities?

Indigenous and european (French, sometimes scottish)

100

What is a main feature of the Royal Proclomation?

a) Boundary line between settlers and FN

b) Only BR government can negotiate for land

c) Land can only be signed over by treaty

200

Europeans arriving in North America used the idea of terra nullius to justify their power over Indigenous nations and the seizing of their lands. Terra nullius is a legal term that means

Empty/ Barren/ Uninhabited Land

200

The group of Indigenous peoples which slowly became extinct by the 1800's. 

Beothuk

 

200

Present day Horses in North America are Native to this Land

Fale- They were brought over in thw 1500's by Christopher Colombus 

200

What is Michif?

Language spoken by the Metis

200

The National Polct Consulsted of three Initiatives. 

name one

–Protective tariffs against foreign goods

–The completion of transcontinental railway

–Greater immigration and settlement of the West

300

Introduction of non-native plant and animal species to new territories

Colombian Exchange

300

In the mid-1700’s, treaties were signed between the British and tribes in Eastern Canada such as the Mi’kmaq

The were known as

Peace and Friendship Treaties

300

What were the three main roles played by the Indigenous during the Fur Trade 

1.Hunters and Trappers

2.Middlemen and Traders

3.Social Roles

300

The leaders of the Red River settlement formed the_______________________________ Committee

Metis National Committee  

300

A policy that defines who is considered as Indian under The law 

Indian Act 

400

Who were the first europeans to set up permanent Colonies In North America?

French Explorers

400

Agreement made with no legal basis, no requirement to live up to it

Non Binding Promise. 

400

In 1869 the Hudsona Bay Company Sold Ruperts Land to who?

The Government Of Canada 

Bonus- For 300,000  British Pounds 

400

Louis Riel Led which Battle agaisnt the Government?

North west Rebellion 

Battle Of Batoche

Battle of Fish Creek 

400

What promise did John A. Macdonald make to British Colombia?

 The CPR would be complete in 10 Years. 

500
This european Explorer, sailed down the gulf of the St. Lawrence River, and brought two of leader Donnoconas' Children back to France. 

Jaques Cartier. 

500

The Name of an indigenous Leader imprisoned beause his warriors chose to fight on his behalf. 

Big Bear. 

500

What were some of the benefits for european men after taking Indigenous wives?

- Allowed for easier Trading 

- Women acted as guides and Translators 

- Formation of Kinship and Family Bonds 

500

Louis Riel was charged with what Crime?

High Treason 

500

what is a provisional Government? What did it do?

- A temporary Government. 

They established a bill outlining their demands 

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