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Question Number 1
What does confederation refer to?
A. Uniting all provinces into a union
B. Uniting all provinces into a country
C. Uniting all colonies into a union
D. Uniting all colinies into a country
E. None of the above
F. I'm not sure
Question Number 2
What was the only independent nation in North America in 1867?
A. Canada
B. United States of America
C. Ireland
D. British
E. None of the above
F. I'm not sure
Question Number 3
. How was Canada different in the 1860s from the present?
A. Made up of colonies
B. Made up of provinces
C. Called British North America
D. Called British Northern America
E. Both "A" and "C"
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. How was Canada different in the 1860s from the present?
A. Made up of colonies
B. Made up of provinces
C. Called British North America
D. Called British Northern America
E. Both "A" and "C"
F. Both "A" and "D"
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What was the colonies made up of?
A. Canada East, Canada West, Rupert's Land, Newfoundland, Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
B. Canada East, Canada West, Rupert's Land, Newfoundland, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
C. Canada East, Canada West, Rupert's Land, Newfoundland, Canada, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.
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A. Highly developed
B. popular
C. wealthy
D. marketing
E. None of the above
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E. Alberta
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