Posted: November 27, 2017
Wed, Nov 29/17 1:55 pm
Chapter 4: A Place to LiveReview
- Know the definitions for population density and population distribution. If given the population and area for each province, be prepared to calculate the population density.
- Know the difference between clustered, compact, loose-knit and inear population distribution patterns.
- Know the difference between Urban and Rural. Know in very basic terms what push and pull factors are.
- Be able to look at a chart like the one on p.52 of your textbook and be able to answer questions about migration.
- Be ready to explain why Fredericton grew as a city? What factors made it the provincial capital?
- Who were the First Peoples of Atlantic Canada? (know the four groups: Innu, Algonquian Nations, The Inuit, and the Beothuk). Know one fact about each of the four groups. Be able to explain what the result/effect of contact with Europeans was on the First Nations (for example, looking at map on p.55 you can see FN settlements moved further inland away from Europeans AND populations became smaller)
- The Acadians = who were they? why did they come to North America? where did they settle? what happened to them? where did they end up and why?
- British Settlers = why did they come? where did they settle? who were the Loyalists? why did they come?
- Irish = Why did they come? where did they settle primarily?
- Scottish = why did they come? where did they settle primarily?
- African Canadians = how did they get to Atlantic Canada? where did they settle? where did many go? what was Africville