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Nt1310 Unit 4

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Name __Aditya Kandukuri___________Date _11/7/14___________________Period _3 Unit 4: Political Geography – Boundary Disputes Honey War (3 points) *You do not have to answer this section in complete sentences. Type your answers in to the document in RED. Include MLA citations at the end of the section. 1. What two states (one wasn’t a state yet but is today) were involved in the Honey War? Iowa and Missouri 2. What land marked the dispute? The boundaries between the territories of Iowa and Missouri 3. What culminating event “excited” the governors of both states? The governors have also dealt with a similar dispute in Michigan 4. How was the dispute eventually settled? The people started to chop down some of the honey bee trees…show more content…
Citation: "THE IOWA-MISSOURI BOUNDARY WAR." THE IOWA-MISSOURI BOUNDARY WAR. Web. 7 Nov. 2014. <http://iagenweb.org/history/soi/soi32.htm>. Pig War (3 points) *You do not have to answer this section in complete sentences. Type your answers in to the document in BLUE. Include MLA citations at the end of the section. 1. What two countries were involved in the Pig War? The United States and Great Britain 2. What was the disputed land? The island of San Juan, near Vancouver Island 3. Why was the dispute called the Pig War? The disputes started with a pig eating Mr. Cutlar’s potatoes, that later caused Cutlar to kill it. Mr. Cutler was an American farmer. After finding out that Charles Griffin, an Irishman, owns the pig, Cutlar gets into a serious argument with him. Later, a conflict sparks which causes the…show more content…
Who would gain the disputed territory? In the end, the United States, gained the disputed territory. However, the land that was north of the 49th parallel would belong to Canada. The land that was south of the 49th parallel would belong to the United States. 5. What were the casualties of this war? A baby pig 6. Thinking about the different types of boundary disputes…what type of boundary dispute was this? An Allocation boundary dispute Why? The United States and Great Britain are fighting over the San Juan islands. However, the dispute is undebatable. They are unable to agree which each other, as to who is going to claim the San Juan islands. M.L.A. Citation "The Pig War: How a Pig Almost Changed American History." The Pig War: How a Pig Almost Changed American History. Web. 7 Nov. 2014. <http://www.outwestnewspaper.com/pigwars.html>. Conflict Everywhere? (14 points) Find a border issue/dispute on every continent, preferably in the last ten years. Write a paragraph about the conflict including the type of boundary dispute. Be sure to include a Works Cited page with proper MLA citations. NOTE: You should have 7 paragraphs total!
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