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Wrong AnswerNunavut, on April 1, 1999. Prior to that date, that Territory was part of the Northwest Territories. It had been split because people thought Northwest Territories was too big so they decided to divide it. =========================================================Right Answer1. Nunavut was carved out of the Northwest Territories in order to create a self-governing territory for the Inuit. The decision to create Nunavut had nothing to do with the previous size of the Northwest Territories. 2. Nunavut did not "join" Canada. It was already a part of Canada by virtue of being a part of the Northwest Territories.3. The last territory to join Canada was the "remaining British possessions and territories ... and the islands adjacent thereto" pursuant to the Adjacent Territories Order, dated July 31, 1880.Prior to that, on July 15, 1870, Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territories had been transferred from Britain to Canada. On the same date, the federal government created the Province of Manitoba out of part of the former Rupert's Land.
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Anthony Henday was one of the first white men to explore the interior of the Canadian northwest. He was a native of the Isle of Wight who was a convicted smuggler and joined the Hudson's Bay Company in 1750 as a net-maker and labourer.
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Rupert's Land and the "North-western Territory" were transferred from Britain to Canada on July 15, 1870. After the transfer, both were merged under the name, "The North-West Territories."
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The dispute that threatened to divide the states during the ratification of the Articles of Confederation was the land beyond the Appalachian Mountains. The question was just who held the title to those vast lands. The King of England had closed the area to settlement in 1763. Virginia led the way by ceeding the northern part of her western lands to the government in 1781. The other states, except Georgia, followed suit. The Northwest Ordinances of 1784 and 1787 were then enacted to settle the land dispute and to map out the territories.
in 1778 the congress passed what is called the northwest ordinance act.this was a way for the states to push into the Indians land and the french,others may inprove on this answer but its a start.
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The US and Great Britain settled their dispute over the western territory by signing the Oregon Treaty in 1846. This treaty sealed the deal on a compromise on the boundaries between British and American land.
Yes, but not as written. The dispute is over the control of Western Sahara. Western Sahara has no sovereign government yet, so the dispute between Morocco and the Sahraoui Polisario, a militant organization claiming to represent the Sahraoui people (the people of Western Sahara).
North and South Dakota are on the western border of Minnesota. To the northwest is mostly Canada (Manitoba and western Ontario).
What increase the likelihood that the states would dispute each other's claims to western territories
It was settled on the eastern part of North America. The western part of North America was not settled or explored for nearly 40 years after the initial colonies had been established.
the northwest ordinance
If you mean as in the dealing with western land, then it eventually settled that all western land gained (both claimed by states and unsettled territory) was bought by the government and then redistributed to individual buyers under the Northwest Ordinance and Land Ordinance of 1785 and eventually surveyed.