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What is noninvolvement in world affairs called ?
Whose belief in expansionism led to the building of the Panama Canal?
William H. Seward
Which incident on Cuba led to Congress declaring war on Spain in 1898?
Explosion of the U.S.S. Maine
Whose visit to Japan led to the Treaty of Kanagawa?
Which leader wanted Hawaiians to regain economic control of their islands?
Who led a revolt against Spanish rule in Cuba in 1895?
With what did President Theodore Roosevelt help end the Russo- Japanese War?
Treaty of Portsmouth
Secretary of State William H. Seward helped the U.S. acquire Alaska from what country?
Under what policy did the United States claim the right to intervene in the domestic affairs of Latin American nations?
What is a narrow strip of land connecting two larger bodies of land called?
What agreement set up a new Puerto Rican government in 1900?
With whose support did Panamanians successfully revolt against Colombia?
The United States
The Spanish- American war was fought during the administration of which president?
The time when powerful nations created large empires by exercising economic and political control over weaker regions was called an age of?
Imperialism was driven by the search for what?
materials and markets
What policy, proposed by John Hay, expanded American trading interests in China?
Open Door policy
With wat did President Theodore Roosevelt display the nation’s naval power in 1907?
Great White Fleet
After the United States and Spain signed the Treaty of Paris, what country became an American protectorate?
President William Howard Taft’s policy of joining American business interests to diplomatic interests abroad was known as?
Who helped eliminate or reduce malaria and yellow fever in Panama which helped in completing the Panama Canal?
“We have a duty to teach the South American republic to elect good men” – who characterized U.S. Latin American policy in this way?
What treaty was signed with Japan following Matthew Perry’s trip?
Treaty of Kanagawa
Dewey destroyed the Spanish fleet in this city’s harbor?
Who was the Filipino rebel fighting for independence from Spain?
What did King Kalahaua allow in 1887 in return for the renewal of the trade agreement allowing no tariffs on Hawaiian sugar ?
Naval base at Pearl Harbor
Who proposed an Open Door policy in China?
Secretary of State John Hay
Which two journalists helped the Cuban Revolution with their yellow journalism reporting?
Hearst and Pulitzer
Who was one of the Rough Riders?
Who often quoted this African proverb – “Speak softly and carry a big stick”?
Who launched raids against the Americans in hopes of causing war between Mexico and the United States?
Who is going to successfully pass the Chapter 22 Test?
Chapter 22 JEOPARDY REVIEW ROUND Vocab. Alaska Hawaii China, Japan Grab Bag.
IMPERIALISM REVIEW. What is isolationism? Non U.S. involvement in world affairs.
1. Which govt did the us first approach to build a canal Colombia.
Chapter 7 “Becoming a World Power”. Section 1 “The Imperialist Vision”
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America Claims an Empire Beginning in 1867 and continuing through the century, global competition caused the U.S. to expand. In the early 1900s, the U.S.
Jeopardy Beginnings Sp-Am War Expanding Empire Foreign Policy People/ Terms Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
Building an Empire. Imperialism Imperialism- Stronger nations attempt to create empires by dominating weaker nations – economically, politically or.
Reform, Expansion, & War ( ) “19-2 Imperialism- Part 2”
JEOPARDY Imperialism Categories
U.S. II IMPERIALISM REVIEW REFERENCE CHAPTER 17.
U.S. Imperialism. I. Imperialism *The policy of conquering other nations to create an empire. The United States began to adopt imperialist ideas in the.
Chapter 16 – Expansion Overseas (1890 – 1914) US becomes a world power through trade and military force!
Test Review. * Insurrection A violent uprising against an authority or government * Annexation The takeover of a place; to add a place to one’s own *
Quick Review Industrialism Industrialism Reform Reform Populism – Progressivism Populism – Progressivism Role of African Americans & Women Role of African.
Isolationism US foreign policy was to avoid conflicts with other countries.
Reform, Expansion, & War ( ) “9-10 Imperialism- Part 2”
CHANGING AMERICA – MOVING FROM ISOLATIONISM TO IMPERIALISM (EXPANSIONISM)
Noninvolvement in world affairs Isolationism. A policy of expanding a country's economy or territory Expansionism.
Becoming a World Power Copy the words in BLUE. Reasons for American Expansion Imperialism: one people ruling or controlling other peoples When America.
What is Imperialism? The practice of building an empire by founding or conquering other nations. Why practice imperialism? 1.Build naval bases to protect.
Power Presentations CHAPTER 23. Image Expansion In 1893, American sugar planters in the kingdom of Hawaii think that they could make more money if Hawaii.
Chapter 19 America and the World. Imperialism During most of the 19th century, the US practiced isolationism Britain, France, Germany and other nations.
New Markets Mercantilism Become a world power. US Causes of Imperialism New Markets Mercantilism Become a world power.
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$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Vocabulary I Vocabulary II An Age of Imperialism “A Splendid Little.
U.S. History Chapter 18 Lecture Notes. The United States seeks an Empire ► 1.Policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, and/or.
American Imperialism Beginning in 1867 and continuing through the century, global competition caused the U.S. to expand.
THIS IS The scramble The Pacific Spanish- American War Panama Canal Spoils of War Foreign Policy.
American Imperialism: Becoming a World Power. The Growth of Imperialism Imperialism = empire building Why Imperialism Grew –Economic factors = new markets.
1/27/15 Bell Ringer Do you believe the United States has the duty to fight for the freedom of our neighboring countries? Why or why not?
Policy by which stronger nations extend their economic, political or military control over weaker nations.
Jeopardy ImperialismSpanish – American War Potpourri $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy Imperialism in Asia U.S Imperialism.
Quickwrite: What is the role of the United States in the world today? What do you think its role should be?
Economic Industrial Revolution caused New markets and raw materials Investment opportunities Manifest Destiny Cultural Westernize and.
U.S. Expansionism in Asia & Latin America (1890 – 1920) 1.
Howard Taft William McKinley President Dollar Diplomacy – replacing bullets with money (the US will influence nations with money – investment.
8. AMERICA BUILDS AN EMPIRE. AMERICA’S FOREIGN POLICY Foreign Policy consists of a country’s policies towards other nations. The Spanish American War.
The U.S. Becomes a World Power Early 1900s. Imperialism A larger, more powerful country taking over a smaller, weaker country “for their own good” –As.
How does the American position in the Pacific create power and trade opportunities for the United States? ©2012, TESCCC US History Unit 04 Lesson 01.
America Becomes a World Power. Key Vocabulary Imperialism: Economic and political domination of a strong nation over a weaker nation Protectorate: Imperial.
C ALL TO F REEDOM HOLT HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON 1865 to the Present 1 AMERICA AS A WORLD POWER (1865–1914) Section 1:The United States Gains Overseas.
Ruling the Empire & Expansion in Latin America Samoset Middle School 8 th Grade Social Studies.
Ch.18 Review Mr. Dzicek U.S. History 11. Terms & People to Know Imperialism- the policy by which strong nations extend their political, military, and.
American Imperialism 1890 – American Imperialism.
The View of the Two Political Parties Republicans –Like Imperialism Democrats –Not in favor of Imperialism.
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