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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

[HIST 3420] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
Before the vikings, empires generally consisted of proximate territories. Vikings, with their long ships that enabled them to sail against the wind as
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Triangular Trade, Spanish Empire, South America

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12 Oct 2018
Context what and when it was made- what period is this, what age/phase in history, what region/location. Does it deal with colonial life or the represe
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Royal African Company, Crony Capitalism, Firman

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3 Dec 2016
The company was the incarnation of the worst form of imperialism and crony capitalism - it represents the exploitation and plunder of the indian subcon
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: William Dampier, Arthur Phillip, Eora

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12 Nov 2016
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pax Britannica, Industrial Revolution, Nationstates

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22 Apr 2019
Period when britain secures status as a global power genuine power has a presence and can assert strengths/weaknesses globally. Slavery is abolished em
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Edward Said, League Of Nations Mandate, Print Culture

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22 Apr 2019
Popular culture- what is shared by the population and not just the elite distinguish the culture that circulates among the people rather than what is c
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 11: Understanding Empire 1

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7 Feb 2019
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This has a sustained legacy on the british legacy and the sense that the british e one big thing. It is not associated with a political view. The map s
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Industrial Revolution, Free Trade, Imperial Preference

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7 Feb 2019
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The history of britain"s empire it has a presence. The end of the napoleonic wars that is a key event. France presented an enemy that was more than a m
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 10: Understanding Empire III

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7 Feb 2019
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The empire emphasise the centralized quality and a progressive ideological exp what darwin expects. He is trying to break down certain narratives. He i
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 9: Nature of Imperial Rule

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22 Jan 2019
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In the in between period was european power. Brt world system was not in foremost in their mind. How do we make it work for us: the shift, from the gre
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Plymouth Colony, Plymouth Company, British America

3 Page
21 Oct 2016
The spanish catholic monarch phillip ii was, at the time, the undisputed master of the new world. Few predicted the reversal of imperial fortunes that
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 2: Early Empire and Internal Colonialism

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1 Oct 2016
Before the vikings, empires generally consisted of proximate territories. Vikings, with their long ships that enabled them to sail against the wind as
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Triangular Trade, Spanish Empire, South America

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12 Oct 2018
Context what and when it was made- what period is this, what age/phase in history, what region/location. Does it deal with colonial life or the represe
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

[HIST 3420] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Green Darner, Eye Color, Mount Everest

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9 Feb
Abdomen is blue or blueish go to 2. Abdomen is not blue but instead is red, black, brown or white go to 3. Wings are brown towards the inside and are
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ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Pearson Education, Technological Change

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9 Feb
Aacsb: reflective thinking: in 2010, northland had real gdp of . 21 billion and a population of 2. 98 million. What was northland"s economic growth rat
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ceteris Paribus, Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply

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9 Feb
Chapter 28 canadian inflation, unemployment, and business cycle. Topic: inflation cycles: demand-pull inflation occurs when, aggregate demand increases
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NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Monarch Butterfly, Herbicide

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9 Feb
Observed monarch butterfly behaviour has significant implications for species survival. Habitat loss is one of the worlds leading causes of species dec
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ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aggregate Supply, Pearson Education, Aggregate Demand

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9 Feb
Which graph illustrates what happens when factor prices decrease: (a, (b, (c, (d, (a) and (b) Parkin/bade, economics: canada in the global environment,
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ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Disposable And Discretionary Income, Pearson Education, Chapter 27

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9 Feb
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NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mendelian Inheritance, Numeracy, Population Genetics

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9 Feb
Biodiversity and conservation biology assignment #1. In this assignment, you will be doing two types of questions, most of which involve numbers. Many
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ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Core Inflation, Pearson Education, Canada Act 1982

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9 Feb
Topic: monetary policy objective and framework: how is responsibility for monetary policy set forth in canada, the canadian government administers mone
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ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Foreign Exchange Market, The Foreign Exchange, Currency Appreciation And Depreciation

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9 Feb
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ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Pearson Education, Financial Institution

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9 Feb
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: William Dampier, Arthur Phillip, Eora

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12 Nov 2016
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Canadian Nationalism, Britishness, Aristocracy

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12 Nov 2016
Within these ethnic divisions there are smaller class and religious divisions. Irish catholics, french catholics, etc: farmers, merchants, bourgeoisie,
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Plymouth Colony, Plymouth Company, British America

3 Page
21 Oct 2016
The spanish catholic monarch phillip ii was, at the time, the undisputed master of the new world. Few predicted the reversal of imperial fortunes that
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Potlatch, Paternalism, Responsible Government

5 Page
18 Nov 2016
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Royal African Company, Crony Capitalism, Firman

4 Page
3 Dec 2016
The company was the incarnation of the worst form of imperialism and crony capitalism - it represents the exploitation and plunder of the indian subcon
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 2: Early Empire and Internal Colonialism

5 Page
1 Oct 2016
Before the vikings, empires generally consisted of proximate territories. Vikings, with their long ships that enabled them to sail against the wind as
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 1: BRT history - week 2 Britain and the World in the age of early empire

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17 Sep 2018
Britain and the world in the age of early empire. Context what and when it was made- what period is this, what age/phase in history, what region/locati
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: British Guiana, Manumission, New Rights

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8 Oct 2016
Commercial relations between african coastal communities and european traders o. Rationale that slavery was a step towards civilization for the african
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 11: Britain and the World

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21 Sep 2018
Britain and the world in the age of early empire. Give the sense of the context, the period. Does it deal with colonial life, military aspect, represen
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 6: quizlet notes BRT 2

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12 Feb 2019
The hundred years" war was a series of conflicts waged from 1337 to 1453 between the house of plantagenet, rulers of the kingdom of england, against th
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

[HIST 3420] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

27 Page
29 Nov 2016
Before the vikings, empires generally consisted of proximate territories. Vikings, with their long ships that enabled them to sail against the wind as
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Triangular Trade, Spanish Empire, South America

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12 Oct 2018
Context what and when it was made- what period is this, what age/phase in history, what region/location. Does it deal with colonial life or the represe
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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: William Dampier, Arthur Phillip, Eora

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12 Nov 2016
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Canadian Nationalism, Britishness, Aristocracy

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Within these ethnic divisions there are smaller class and religious divisions. Irish catholics, french catholics, etc: farmers, merchants, bourgeoisie,
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Plymouth Colony, Plymouth Company, British America

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21 Oct 2016
The spanish catholic monarch phillip ii was, at the time, the undisputed master of the new world. Few predicted the reversal of imperial fortunes that
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Potlatch, Paternalism, Responsible Government

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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Royal African Company, Crony Capitalism, Firman

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3 Dec 2016
The company was the incarnation of the worst form of imperialism and crony capitalism - it represents the exploitation and plunder of the indian subcon
View Document
YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 2: Early Empire and Internal Colonialism

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1 Oct 2016
Before the vikings, empires generally consisted of proximate territories. Vikings, with their long ships that enabled them to sail against the wind as
View Document
YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture 1: BRT history - week 2 Britain and the World in the age of early empire

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17 Sep 2018
Britain and the world in the age of early empire. Context what and when it was made- what period is this, what age/phase in history, what region/locati
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: British Guiana, Manumission, New Rights

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8 Oct 2016
Commercial relations between african coastal communities and european traders o. Rationale that slavery was a step towards civilization for the african
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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Imperial Preference, Corn Laws, Free Trade

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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pax Britannica, Industrial Revolution, Nationstates

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Period when britain secures status as a global power genuine power has a presence and can assert strengths/weaknesses globally. Slavery is abolished em
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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Media Culture, Deskilling, Consumerism

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New technologies and methods of industrial production. Franchise based upon property was the principle of exclusion- had the effect of excluding majori
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YORKHIST 3420Colin Mc MahonFall

HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Edward Said, League Of Nations Mandate, Print Culture

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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: London Missionary Society, Protestant Work Ethic, Evangelicalism

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22 Apr 2019
The nature and experience of imperial rule domestic effort and in it, both spiritual and material improvement went hand in hand often. Civilization was
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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Go Native, Eurocentrism, Civilizing Mission

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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: False Premise, Veranda

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How human relationships are shaped by the colonial rule in the context of the british empire. What it meant to participate in power in the colonial set
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HIST 3420 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, Anthony Barber, Selsdon

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A largely hands off approach in matters of government direction and to encourage people to use their new freedom to promote their own interests. Abando
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HIST 3420 Lecture 14: BRT HIST NOTES 8

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HIST 3420 Lecture 8: BRT NOTES 7

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The main thing is that in the battle of agincourt is where english decide that they are no longer kings of france. England vs. france; france won; joan
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