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U. S. Studies II Chapter 10 Review Game
PersonalitiesAmerican Expansion Spanish- American War American Rule 20 th CenturyMISC
A1 Which part of the military did Alfred T. Mahan want to build up first? NAVY
A2 This Cuban poet and journalist launched a Cuban revolution in Jose Marti
A4 He was the naval commander who led the American forces that steamed into Manila Bay and destroyed the Spanish Fleet. Commodore Dewey
A5 This man won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906 for his negotiating a peace between Japan and Russia? Theodore Roosevelt
A6 This man negotiated the U.S. purchase of the territory that would become Alaska? William Seward
A7 This man led the Rough Riders in the Spanish-American War? Theodore Roosevelt
A8 James Blunt
A9 This U.S. general was sent to Mexico to pursue and capture a Mexican rebel fighter. John J. Pershing
A10 This Mexican Nationalist caused trouble with the United States by killing Americans and raiding U.S. territory. Pancho Villa
B1 The policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military control over weaker territories. Imperialism
B2 19 th century belief that the United States would inevitably expand westward to the Pacific Ocean and into Mexican territory Manifest Destiny
B3 Three factors that fueled American Imperialism: Desire for military strength. Thirst for new markets. Belief in cultural superiority.
B4 To incorporate territory into an existing country or state. Annex
B5 Why did the United States need new markets? Americans produced more than they could consume.
B6 Besides markets to sell goods, what other type of markets did the U.S. need? Raw materials for its factories.
B7 Why did the U.S. want to “annex” Hawaii? Hawaii was a stop on the way to Asia, specifically China.
B8 Pictorial Daily Double Actor: Johnny Depp
B9 What was the “responsibility” of the United States? To spread civilization and Christianity.
B10 What was the Anti-Imperialist views in the United States? “It is not necessary to own people to trade with them.”
C1 Which countries fought in the Spanish-American War? SPAIN v. USA
C2 Why did Cuban Nationalist, Jose Marti, destroy U.S. owned sugar mills and plantations in Cuba? To get the attention of the United States.
C3 Its criticism of the American president caused American resentment toward Spain to turn to outrage. De Lome Letter
C4 Pictorial Daily Double Actor: Harrison Ford
C5 Soon after this was destroyed, the United States declared war on Spain. U.S.S. Maine
C6 This volunteer cavalry unit fought in a famous land battle near Santiago, Cuba. ROUGH RIDERS
C7 Where did the Spanish-American War actually start? Philippines
C8 This is a sensational style of writing that exaggerates the news to lure readers. Yellow Journalism
C9 Who was the most famous of the “Yellow” journalists? William R. Hearst
C10 Theodore Roosevelt was declared the hero of this, even though he and his units played only a minor role in its capture. Battle of San Juan Hill
D1 Why was Puerto Rico so important to the United States? The U.S. would be able to keep a strong presence in the Caribbean and protect the Panama Canal.
D2 To make valid by approving. Ratify
D3 How was American rule in the Philippines similar to Spanish rule? Filipinos had to live in designated zones and both looked at Filipinos as inferior.
D4 After the Spanish-American War, why were Cuban leaders like Jose Marti upset with the United States? The United States used the same style of rule and leaders that Spain once used.
D5 What was the purpose of the Foraker Act? To end military rule and set up civil government in Puerto Rico.
D6 A country whose affairs are partially controlled by a stronger power. Protectorate
D7 Which country’s residents became citizens of the United States in 1917? Puerto Rico
D8 Animal House
D9 A series of provisions that, in 1901, the United States insisted Cuba add to its constitution. Platt Amendment
D10 Why was the United States so involved in Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Philippines? To protect U.S. interests and investments ($).
E1 A 1900 uprising in which members of a Chinese secret society sought to free their country from western influence. Boxer Rebellion
E2 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p198 The map on the left shows that a ship traveling through the Panama Canal from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean heads mainly? Southeast
E3 Messages sent by Secretary of State John Hay in 1899 to imperialist nations asking the countries not to interfere with U.S. trading rights in China. Open Door Notes
E4 Its construction ranks as one of the world’s greatest engineering feats. Panama Canal
E5 The United States gained control of the land it needed to build the Panama Canal by: Encouraging and supporting Panamanian independence
E6 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p198 Before entering Gatun Lake from the Caribbean Sea, a ship must pass through? The Gatun Locks
E7 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p198 Before the canal was built, a ship traveling from San Francisco to New York city would need to travel? 13,000 miles
E8 The Open Door Policy was designed as a way for the United States to further: Its desires to annex foreign nations.
E9 This official American policy stated that disorder in Latin America could force the United States to send its military into Latin American nations to protect American economic interests. Roosevelt Corollary
E10 What did the quote, “Speak softly and carry a big stick” imply about U.S. foreign policy? The U.S. would use its military.
F1 Chinese secret society that wanted to rid the country of “foreign devils” BOXERS
F2 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p199 What political policy is satirized in this cartoon? Open Door Policy
F3 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p199 What lies inside the door? China
F4 This term refers to the policy of using the U.S. government to guarantee loans made to foreign countries by American business- people. Dollar Diplomacy
F5 A policy of U.S. opposition to any European interference in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere. Monroe Doctrine
F6 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p199 What do the people outside the door seem to want? To walk through the door
F7 This term refers to the policy of denying recognition of Latin American governments that the United States viewed as oppressive, undemocratic, or hostile to U.S. interests. Missionary Diplomacy
F8 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p199 Who controls the situation, according to this cartoon? The United States
F9 Map Interpretation Need to make a transparency – Formal – p199 According to this cartoon, who benefited from the policy? The United States
F10 Musical Challenge The player can choose to move on to each new “musical challenge” and to stop whenever they want. Once the player misses, they will lose all the points gained and the “musical challenge” can be passed to the other team. No Phones are allowed. The Pussycat Dolls - Beep (2,000 Points) Moderate Difficult Kelly Clarkson – Since U (1,000 Points) Extreme Def Leppard – Pour Some (10,000 Points)