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GEO!

a bunch of sets that the old sevvies made combined!

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1800s
most of the Aborigines killed in Tasmania
Kami
Sacred beings that are worshiped in Shinto
1990s
Japan scares China; Japanese economy going down
Aug 9, 1945
Nagasaki bombed with a nuclear bomb
1952
US occupation ends in Japan?
1902
Australian women get to vote
400
Yamato clan - Jimmu Tenno; Shinto influences Japan
Small rat-like animal
Bandicoot is a
1769
James Cook makes contact with Maoris
1853
Commodore Perry arrives in Japan
52 feet
How many feet below is Lake Eyre
1876
Last Aborigine killed in Tasmania
Cat
The __ is not native to Australia
1964
Tokyo Olympics
1st C
Japan lived in clans
Nagasaki
Location hit by the second atomic bomb after Hiroshima, it ended WW2
Miso
A sauce that is made from cooked soybeans, salt and rice or barley. It's important because many Japanese people use it on their food
1825
the British take control over Tasmania
Shinto
The first religion ever practiced in Japan in the 1600s
1920
U.S. women vote
Makes iron glow
Rust
1/10
Lake is only _/10 visible
1937
Japan conquers a lot of Chinese territory
40,000 years ago
Aborigines lived in Australia
Hiroshima
The city located Southwest of Japan, hit by the first atomic bomb in 1945
Tale of Genji
A japanese literature attributed to Murasaki Shikibu in the Hainan Period. The forst novel in Japan
1867
Meiji restoration
11.5
Ayers Rock is __ miles long
794
Fujiwara family - important; rise of samurai and Japanese feudalism
Torii
Tradtitional Japanese gate that leads to the Shinto Shrine, it can be found in many other holy places
1603 - 1868
Tokugawa Shogunate - closed off Japan
1939 - 1945
WWII
Afghanistan
Camels are from
Dried lake beds
Playas are
Dingos
Aborigines brought __ with them
nocturnal
Kiwis are __ animals
Noh
The major form of classical Japanese drama that includes music and dancing. Its important because many people in Japan watch it
1/3 Size of human thumb
Dwarf Tree frog is (how big)
1770
The Great Barrier Reef is discovered by James Cook
552
Buddhist monasteries come from South Korea; Prince Shotuku - first convert
10,000 years ago
Ainu roots
1904-05
Russo-Japanese war - Japan surprisingly won
200 Million
Wave Rock is __ years old
Kabuki
A popular type of Japanese drama combined with music and dance, it is the type of theatre in Japan(Played buy all male actors)
720
Nihongi (collection of myths)
1851-60
Australian Gold Rush
Haze from Eucalyptus trees and snow mountains
Blue mountains blue because of
Dec 7, 1941
Pearl Harbor bombing
Bushido
The traditional code of it contains self discipline and austerity
1894-95
Japan war with China - gained Taiwan, Liatung peninsula, and Korea
Lake Eyre, Murray Darling, Carpentaria
The three drainage areas are
1543
Portuguese traders came to Japan
Zen
A form of Mahayana Buddhist that places great importance on moment by moment awareness. it can be obtained from meditation and self-comprehension
1932
Japan conquers Manchuria
1988
Australian Bicentennial
1893
New Zealand is the first country to give women the right to vote
712
Kojiki (record of ancient things)
Bonsai
The art of growing small trees in japan and its is said to bring peace
1614
Christians ordered out of Japan
Aug 6, 1945
Hiroshima bombed with a nuclear bomb
1185
Minamoto clan too over - Yoritomo Shogunate
1549
St Francis Xavier came from Spain - Spain converted Japanese to Christianity. Japanese government did not like what had happened in Philippines. Did not like minorities. Wanted to show their country as having the same kind of people.
1973
Sydney Opera House built
1642
Abel Tasman sees Maoris; Abel Tasman discovers Tasmania and calls it Van Dieman's Land
1901
Australian Commonwealth forms; Tasmania becomes an Australian state ( before was part of New South Wales )
Australian Alps
Only place in Australia to get snow
19th C
samurai backed merchants and forced Ainu to work for them during fishing season
1947
new constitution for Japan - US bound to protect emperor; not allowed army
Lake Eyre
Lowest point (Hint* lake)
1907
New Zealand becomes independant
1914 - 1918
WWI; Japan - a world power?
1840
the Treaty of Waitangi
1927
Canberra made the country capital; designed by Walter Burley Griffin
2000
Olympics in Sydney
Ainu
Caucasian people distinct from japan, they live on all the main islands of japan.
1962
Aborigines get to vote
Monotremes
Platypus and Echidna are
Nippon
Another name for Japan from Dai Nippon, meaning "Great Japan", it is important because it means the japanese ideograph for the place where the sun rises
1972
US leaves Okinawa
Amaterasu
Sun godess most important godess of all, she was the ruler of the higher celestial plain
1637
1000s Christians killed
Marsupial
Kangaroo
1500s
Europeans came to Australia
1788
James Cook arrived at Botany Bay and created a Penal Colony
Tatami
Japanese mat woven out of straw and sometimes made out of styrofoam, they are made in different shapes, colors and sizes
1860s
Gold Rush in New Zealand
1868
Hokkaido open to Japanese settlement
1855
Tasmania is first called Tasmania
Sashimi
Food consisting of raw sliced fish swrved with condiments such as wasabi and soy sauce. It is a delecacy in Japan
Treeless
Nullabor Plain is
Giant tsunami
The Wave Rock looks like a
1858
Breat Britain, Netherlands, and Russia granted extraterritoriality
1802
Flinders circumnavigated Australia and realized Australia was an island
1942
Darwin bombed by Japan in World War 2

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