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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Maurice Duplessis, Double V Campaign, American Indian Movement

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Independent foreign policy: challenging us policies, imposed restrictions on us investment, students intensified their opposition to the government (un
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: World Social Forum, Neocolonialism, North American Free Trade Agreement

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American and latin american tensions: us government and business leaders want to promote free trade, so capital/services can move back and forth, resis
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Franklin D. Roosevelt, William Lyon Mackenzie King, Collective Bargaining

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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Looking Backward, Moral Authority, Sexual Ethics

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9 Apr 2015
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Limited Voting, Venezuela, Peninsulars

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9 Apr 2015
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Introduced a more extensive control of colonies: creoles resented intrusion from the crown. Enlightenment ideals and practices: liberal ideas from engl
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: History Will Absolve Me, Brothel, Fidel Castro

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The ultimate act of deviance: the cuban revolution: A kind of moderate reform group ran cuba. Fulgencio batista established a system of one-man rule: e
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Marshall Plan, Neocolonialism, Collective Security

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9 Apr 2015
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Cold war: repression and revolution in the americas. Long means there"s a longer period associated with it (late 40s to mid-60s) Era we think of as eco
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mass Production, Carnegie Steel Company, Industrial Revolution

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Also helped the new immigration because it required a mast labour force (factories, mines, etc. ) Industrialization had a major impact on the way peopl
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: George Pullman, Muckraker, Haymarket Affair

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The making of the north american working class. Expansion of labour force: work in mines, on railroads, on steel mills, work became available in new (o
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Frida Kahlo, Oligarchy, Francisco I. Madero

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9 Apr 2015
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Mexico still isn"t a society we"d consider revolutionary. Monoculture: culture based on exportation of one or two crops (eg. sugar, tin, beef, coffee)
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Royal Proclamation Of 1763, Tyrant, Intolerable Acts

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Most colonists hoped that the acts of resistance would lead british to renounce. Intolerable acts as they had grown accustomed to. Patriots began to or
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Secondary Source, Cotton Gin, Nat Turner

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Same process as primary document, but with one secondary source. Look for strengths and weaknesses of the argument. **in brazil and the caribbean (very
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Local Natives, Powhatan, Joint-Stock Company

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Terms: john cabot, humphrey gilbert, walter raleigh, john rolfe, protestant. **two british colonies emerge, but they are very different: virginia tied
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Quetzalcoatl, Dogs In Warfare, Encomienda

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9 Apr 2015
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*first contact happens over and over again at different times and different places: the vikings: 982 ad, erik the read inhabits greenland expand trade
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Permanent Settlement, Giovanni Da Verrazzano, Stadacona

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9 Apr 2015
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Terms: giovanni da verrazano, stadacona, hochelaga, pierre du guer de monts. **no one finds an instance reward, like the spanish did. **british colonie
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Repartimiento, New Laws, Mercantilism

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9 Apr 2015
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Tribute and labour in new spain and peru. Terms: dominican friars, bartolome de la casas, requirimiento, potosi, casa de. **there is not a large spanis
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Repartimiento, Bicameralism, Sovereign Council Of New France

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9 Apr 2015
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**spanish and french politics barely have a sense of democracy (no elections, most people were appointed and sent from europe); british political polic
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Quebec French, Final Good, Seigneurial System Of New France

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9 Apr 2015
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Terms: censitaires, cens et rentes, corvee: rise of the fur trade: Since 1608, the first permanent settlement, basis of new france"s economy is the fur
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Guanches, Lateen

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9 Apr 2015
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After 1450 ad, europe enters the age of the renaissance with growth in science and arts. End of the plague means huge population growth and competition
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: United States Marine Corps, Neocolonialism, Supreme Court Of Justice Of The Nation

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Latin americans couldn"t sell their goods to industrialized countries. Latin american countries owned loan payments to industrial countries. Crisis in
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Patrilineality, Monroe Doctrine, Lower Canada

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9 Apr 2015
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American revolution: british lost and ceded land. War of 1812: helped push westward expansion; wanted to take over part of canada; british promised to
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Guerrilla Warfare, Albert J. Beveridge, Roosevelt Corollary

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9 Apr 2015
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Not the first time us leaders are interested in latin america (lots of interest in. Late 19th century, us becomes an imperial power (country that exten
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nat Turner, White Southerners, Denmark Vesey

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Persistence of slavery defines the limits for national independence (except: haiti) Slavery was an economic system (slaves represented wealth) Slavery
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanWinter

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Julio Argentino Roca, Racialization, Jane Addams

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9 Apr 2015
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Groups of people (immigrants) residing within one nation. Name (nation of immigrants) excludes the caribbeans and africans. Immigration policy was clos
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Northern Hemisphere, List Of Disney Animated Shorts, Continental Drift

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9 Apr 2015
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Today"s ice sheets are restricted to greenland and antarctica, but still cover 10% of earth"s land area. Most of the modern ice volume is in east atlan
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Continental Crust, Mantle Plume, Geophysics

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Volcano: a mound of igneous material that is extruded to the earth"s surface from a vent that"s connected to a magma chamber via a feeder conduit. They
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hydraulic Head, Aquifer, Superheated Water

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9 Apr 2015
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Groundwater represents the largest reservoir of fresh (potable) water that"s readily available. Groundwater: water that completely fills void spaces in
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: List Of Disney Animated Shorts, Kimberlite, Drumlin

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9 Apr 2015
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Today"s ice sheets are restricted to greenland and antarctica, but still cover 10% of earth"s land area. Most of the modern ice volume is in east atlan
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Toussaint Louverture, Yellow Fever, Hacienda

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9 Apr 2015
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The bourbon reforms and the rise of creole nationalism. Terms: cadiz & seville, debt peonage, rio de la plata, consolidacion de vales reales, **spain t
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Praying Town, Solitary Confinement, Puritans

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9 Apr 2015
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**catholic colonies (spanish and french) put a great emphasis on conversion and protestant colonies (british) rarely do: the spanish mission system: Si
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Beringia, Conspicuous Consumption, Crop Rotation

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9 Apr 2015
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Great ice age (30 000 12 000 bc) drops ocean levels between asia and north. Hunting and gathering tribes follow game down ice-free corridor (exposed la
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Triangular Trade, Portuguese Africans, Scurvy

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9 Apr 2015
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Natives captives are primary focus in engaging wars. Native slavery isn"t successful (natives can escape because they know the land, hostility, reverse
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BROCK UHIST 1F96Tami FriedmanFall

HIST 1F96 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Egyptian Pyramids, Cultural Assimilation, 18 Months

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9 Apr 2015
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Sophisticated highly stratified society existed from 200 ad to 800 ad in the central valley in mexico. Tribute system of agricultural production (farme
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cosmic Ray, Permafrost, Cenozoic

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9 Apr 2015
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Occurs when all members of a species have died. It is a scientific certainty when there aren"t enough surviving for reproduction. A species is function
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Molecular Geometry, Surface Runoff, Chemical Polarity

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9 Apr 2015
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Water is a covalently bonded (when electrons are shared) polar molecule and hydrogen bonds between water molecules result in strong cohesion, adhesion,
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Saltwater Intrusion, Volatile Organic Compound, Landfill Gas

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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Facula, Volcanism, Little Ice Age

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9 Apr 2015
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Greenhouse gases: absorb longwave radiation and emit some of it back to the. Greenhouse gases: water vapor, co2, methane, nitrous oxide, chlorofluoroca
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Beta Particle, James Hutton, Oceanic Crust

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9 Apr 2015
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Absolute time: time in specific units: ex. If you know my birth day, you will know exactly how old i am based on how much time has passed: you can esti
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Body Force, Heat Wave, Astronomical Unit

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9 Apr 2015
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The origin of the solar system; the early earth; Nebular hypothesis: the sun and the planets that orbit around it began as a nebula (large cloud of gas
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BROCK UERSC 1F90Niel BlarneyWinter

ERSC 1F90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Food Preservation, Grunerite, Ultimate Tensile Strength

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9 Apr 2015
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Interdisciplinary science dealing with the relationship between geological factors and health problems in humans, animals and plants. Looks at health p
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