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Chapter 27: Empire & Expansion. New Manifest Destiny What Is It? –Extend American control & influence overseas –Imperialistic– subjugation of “lesser”

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1 Chapter 27: Empire & Expansion

2 New Manifest Destiny What Is It? –Extend American control & influence overseas –Imperialistic– subjugation of “lesser” people –Spread American values –Demonstrate capacity for Empire

3 New Manifest Destiny Motives: –Safety valve closed– Turner Thesis Natural resources New markets/foreign trade –Distraction from domestic problems –Europe’s example –Social Darwinism– Fiske –White Man’s Burden– Rudyard Kipling –Spread Christianity– Josiah Strong –Alfred Thayer Mahan– need for sea power

4 Which countries are represented in the cartoon? What is the meaning? How does this support the concept of 19 th century imperialism?

5 New Manifest Destiny Acquisition of Territory –China: 1899– Open Door Note (Secretary of State John Hay) Boxer Rebellion

6 New Manifest Destiny Itching for War? –Venezuelan Border Dispute Grover Cleveland & Richard Olney Monroe Doctrine –Chilean conflict over Valparaiso –Italians killed in New Orleans

7 New Manifest Destiny Acquisition of Territory –Samoa: Germany, Great Britain, and U.S. –Hawaii Way station Missionary efforts Pearl Harbor– 1887 Queen Liliuokalani– 1891 Sugar plantations –American Planter Revolt– 1893 –Tariffs

8 Spanish-American War Causes: –Cuban Revolt against Spain ( ) General “Butcher” Weyler –Concentration camps Sympathetic to Cuban masses –Yellow Press– Pulitzer & Hearst –Dupuy de Lome Letter (Feb 1898) –Maine (Feb 1898)

9 1.Who is the Woman? 2.What message is conveyed? 3.How might this cartoon be associated with the Yellow Press? 4.How might this cartoon be associated with imperialism?

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12 Spanish-American War Events: –Declaration of War: April 25, 1898 (war hysteria) –Cuba: Challenges of U.S. military forces –Racial conflicts –Disease –Poorly equipped & prepared Attack on Santiago –Rough Riders (Wood & Roosevelt) –El Caney, Kettle Hill, San Juan Hill (July 1, 1898) Spanish fleet destroyed

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14 Spanish-American War Events: –Puerto Rico American army seized territory– no opposition –Philippines Roosevelt/George Dewey/Manila (May 1, 1898) Not just about Cuba– strip Spain of colonies

15 Spanish-American War Results: –Puerto Rico: Annexed– part of armistice Foraker Act (1900) Jones Act (1917) Sugar industry– no tariffs –Guam

16 Spanish-American War Results: –C–Cuba Teller Amendment (1898) Platt Amendment (1901) Built infrastructure Guantanamo

17 Results: Philippines: Strip Spain of colonies McKinley– Christianize and educate Treaty of Paris– December 1898 –$20 million for Philippines Led to Anti-Imperialist League Outbreak of war –Guerilla tactics & savagery –Emilio Aguinaldo William H. Taft– 1 st civilian governor –Political autonomy as much as possible

18 Analyze the extent to which the Spanish- American War was a turning point in American foreign policy.

19 Theodore Roosevelt Speak softly and carry a big stick Panama Canal: –Clayton-Bulwer Treaty –Mahan’s text –Hay-Pauncefote Treaty (1901) –Nicaragua vs. Panama –Panamanian Revolt –Panama Canal completion

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21 Theodore Roosevelt Roosevelt Corollary –Preventive Intervention –Colossus of the North/Bad Neighbor Policy/ Policeman of the Caribbean Russo-Japanese War ( ) –Treaty of Portsmouth –Nobel Peace Prize –Gentleman’s Agreement w/ Japan –Great White Fleet –Root-Takahira Agreement

22 How is New Manifest Destiny different from/similar to Manifest Destiny of the pre-Civil War Era?


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