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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 European Imperialism in the Pacific Hawaii New Zealand native people of New Zealand In 1790s, merchants came and established settlements on the coast.They traded for guns, which revolutionized Maori warfare and upset the tribes power balance. Many died from diseases like smallpox. Maoris adapted. They used european tools for farming, grazed cattle, cut timber, built windmills, traded, and adopted Christianity. In 1850s, British farmer andherders arrived, and the British decided to claim New Zealand. The Maoris fought but were steadily driven to the interior. They turned to religion, but that failed as well. It was thought that the Maoris might go extinct. Maoris developed immunities to diseases. They used european law and politics to defend themselves and protecttheir lands. Eventually, the Maori were able to hold their own in the European controlled New Zealand. Maoris First Arrivalof the Europeans Effect Second Arrival of the Europeans Effect Hawaiian king that was convinced by Captain James Cook that westernization would unite the hawaiian tribes. During 1794 to 1810, Kamehameha held a series of wars that eventually united under him. The westernization promoting king promoted economic change by establishing export trade with western merchants. There was a cultural change in clothes and an extensive school system. In 1800, Chinese and Japanese workers were brought to Hawaii, because European workers would just spread diseases. In 1872, the ability of Hawaiian monarchs declined ~ Effect: Monarchs turned to spreading hawaiian culture and spending a ridiculous amount of money on luxurious living. The american planters decided that if Hawaii wasnt annexed by America, their economic situation would plummet. In 1898, the US officially annexed Hawaii Kamehameha Unification Wars of Hawaii Effect Asian Immigration Hawaiian Monarchs Annexation of Hawaii In 1898, the US officially annexed Hawaii. Sedef SPd 2
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