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Question and Answer Samples and Techniques
Name three things that stimulated U.S. imperialism.
Which country’s residents became citizes of the United States in 1917?
Who told the artist Frederic Remington, “You furnish the pictures and I’ll furnish the war”?
For which action did Theodore Roosevelt win the 1906 Nobel Peace Prize?
Name three conflicts in which the U.S. military troops were involved.
What did the United States insist that Cuba include in its constitution?
On what did the Roosevelt Corollary build?
What was included in the de Lome letter?
What war ended with the Treaty of Paris of 1898?
What was the purpose of the Foraker Act?
The mysterious sinking of which ship fueled the movement for war with Spain?
What was the name for the sensational and often irresponsible news headlines and stories?
Where did General John J. Pershing lead a force of fifteen thousand soldiers and what was he trying to capture?
What did Luis Munoz Rivera, a newspaper editor, support?
What was “Remember the Maine!”?
Who previously controlled the land in which the Panama Canal was built?
The United States would not withdraw its army from Cuba until that country adopted this.
In this war, the United States treated Filipinos in much the same way the Spanish had treated the Cubans.
Who surrendered Hawaii to the United States in 1893?
Who was known as the hero of San Juan Hill?
Map directions, distances before and after, map legend.
What did Jose Marti, Luis Munoz Rivera, and Emilio Aquinaldo have in common? What country was each man from?
What effect did the yellow journalism used by Hearst and Pulitzer before and during the Spanish-American War have on American reactions to the situation in Cuba? How do you feel about the use of such journalism?