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Britain recognised the USA as an independent country in 178_

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The United Kingdom officially recognized American independence by signing the Treaty of Paris of 1783. David Hartley, a Member of Parliament representing British King George III, signed the treaty along with the American delegation of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Jay on September 3, 1783.

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The Constitution Act in America, which accepted the existing aboriginal and treaty rights of the natives, was passed in the year

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In 1969, when the American government refused to recognise aboriginal rights’, the natives held several demonstrations and debates. Ultimately, in 1982, the Constitution Act accepted existing aboriginal and treaty rights of natives.

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The year in which Amerigo de Vespucci’s Travels was published was

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Amerigo Vespucci (1454 - 1512) was an Italian merchant, explorer and cartographer. He was one of the earliest explorers of the New World (Americas). The new continents of North and South Americas were named in his honour.

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Workers who provided cheap labour in Australia were -

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Chinese immigrants provided cheap labour. The government became uneasy about being dependent on non-whites. However, the government in both the countries banned Chinese immigrants.

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In Canada, the Metis revolted against the colonization of their land between

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The Metis are a people of native European descent in Canada. Fiercely proud of their heritage, the Métis enjoyed a reputation for their courage, honesty and hospitality.

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The French Canadian rebellion occurred in the year:

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The Rebellions of 1837 took place in both Upper and Lower Canada. In Lower Canada, the rebellion was, in large part, an expression of a resurgent French Canadian Nationalism. The French Canadian majority constituted the overwhelming majority in the locally elected Assembly, established by the Canada or Constitutional Act, 1791.

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Europeans wanted to cut down native forests and replace them with

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The natives grew crops for their own use, not for sale or profit. Jefferson dreamt of a country which was populated by Europeans and had small farms. The Europeans wanted to cut down the forests and replace them with cornfields.

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Karl Marx described the American frontier as ‘the last positive capitalist utopia” in his book

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Karl Marx was a great German philosopher. This book was 'Grundrisse' written in 1858, in German language.

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The Native American tribe, which was forcibly evicted by US President Andrew Jackson, was ____________.

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Under the orders of US President Andrew Jackson, the US army evicted thousands of Cherokees, and forced them to move west, to the Great American Desert. Many Cherokees died along the way. This incident is known as the 'Trail of Tears'.

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The term Terra Nullius means -

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The Australian government had always termed the land of Austarlia as terra nullius. In 1992, the Australian High Court declared that terra nullius was legally invalid, and recognised native claims to land from before 1770.

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