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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt People Span-Am War People Panama Canal Vocabulary
He argued that the US should build it’s navy to protect economic interest
Alfred Thayer Mahan
Naval commander who defeated the Spanish fleet in the Philippines
He purchased Alaska from Russia
Naval leader who opened relations with Japan
Politician who declared China “open” for trade (hint: you have two possible answers)
Sec. of State Hay or President McKinley
The nation that rebelled against the US after the Spanish-American War?
The Caribbean nation the US assisted in their rebellion against Spain
One argument that anti- imperialists used against going to war (hint: you have three possible answers)
Expensive, Un- American, Domestic problems
The document that helped lead the US into the Spanish American War
Name the three countries that became US territories after the Spanish American War
Guam, Philippines, Puerto Rico
Ruler who believed in a “Hawaii for Hawaiians”
The bay where Dewey defeated the Spanish fleet
President of the Republic of Hawaii following the removal of the monarchy
Chinese group that rebelled against foreign “spheres of influence” (mentioned in readings, but did not go into detail in class)
President that asked for the declaration of war on Spain
What is the geographical term for the narrow piece of land where the canal was built?
The country that first attempted to build a canal
Panama rebelled against this country
The technology that canal builders implemented to address the elevation issue
The year the canal was finished
The name for areas of China in which certain European nations claimed exclusive trading rights
Spheres of Influence
Rough Riders location for fighting
In Cuba (on Kettle Hill, specifically)
The name of the US policy’s plan to eliminate the Spheres of Influence in China
The name of T. Roosevelt’s foreign policy
Big Stick Diplomacy (Roosevelt Corollary ok too!)
The document that allowed the US the right to intervene in Cuban affairs
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