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  1. John MacCarthur introduced...
    Merino sheep in Australia
  2. Australia - Scottish stone masons
    helped build the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  3. Australia - national songs
    "Waltzing Mathilda" was written by a Scot
  4. Australia - Melbourne Academy
    • Alexander Morrison headmaster
    • added subjects like science and modern languages
  5. Australian Natives - Francis...
    Armstrong learned language and Culture
  6. NZ - shipyard
    Henry Nicol set up a shipyard in Auckland
  7. name of the act that made education compulsory...
    and explain
    • New Zealand
    • 1872 Scottish Education Act
    • compulsory for children aged 5 - 13
  8. NZ - Caledonian
    Games
  9. NZ - celebrated...
    • New Year instead of Christmas
    • Scottish Protestant traditions
  10. Nz - Natives. Scots involved in taking...
    land from the Maori's..
  11. Australia and NZ - discovery of
    gold
  12. NZ offered free passage...
    to domestic servants
  13. Who founded state education in India?
    Mountstuart Elphinstone
  14. Dalhousie's influence (3 points)
    telegraph communication system

    national post service

    irrigation
  15. India - Scots influence on...
    tea plantations
  16. India - Scots banned...
    • "suttee" - widow burning
    • "thuggee" - hung thugs
  17. Australia - Aborigines. Negative impact?
    Warrigal Creek Massacre
  18. Irish immigrants congregated in
    • "Little Tipperrary" - Lochee in Dundee
    •  
  19. Irish accused of..
    • being strike breakers
    • working for less
  20. What was League of the Cross?
    Catholic organisation to combat the evils of alcohol
  21. Protestant Irish worked in...
    • weavers or bleaching cloth
    • high demand
  22. Jews - most lived in the
    Gorbals area of Glasgow
  23. Jews and Scottish trade unions
    complained that jews were undercutting wages
  24. Lithuanians worked in...
    industries such as coal, iron and steel
  25. Lithuanian names
    changed their surnames
  26. How Lithuanians maintained their own identity
    • own shops
    • even own insurance societies
  27. Italians (three points)
    • fish and chips and ice cream
    • scots could meet and socialise freely there
    • worked long - did not integrate

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