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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 Overseas Expansion. Section 1 Expanding Horizons.
Overseas Expansion Expanding Horizons American Foreign Policy 1.Before the Civil War, the U.S. practiced isolationism or noninvolvement in.
AMERICA AS A WORLD POWER Chapter 22. END OF ISOLATION Imperialism = building an empire by founding colonies and conquering nations Isolationism = avoiding.
CHAPTER 10 AMERICA CLAIMS AN EMPIRE. IMPERIALISM AND AMERICA Throughout the 19 th century America expanded control of the continent to the Pacific Ocean.
AMERICA CLAIMS AN EMPIRE Chapter 10 IMPERIALISM & AMERICA Section 1.
America Claims an Empire: Chapter 10 US History Mr. Basich.
Imperialism & Overseas Expansion President George Washington's Farwell Address guided American foreign policy for over 100 years: … steer clear.
Imperialism. Focus: What are some reasons why countries go to war? Focus: What are some reasons why countries go to war?
Becoming a World Power: American Imperialism
America Claims an Empire: Chapter 10 Honors US History Mr. Basich.
Chapter 10 America Claims an Empire IMPERIALISM Imperialism in America Main Idea Beginning in 1867 and continuing through the century, global competition.
America Claims an Empire Global competition prompts the United States to expand its influence and territory, engage in conflicts around the globe, and.
U.S. History Chapter 18 Notes America Claims an Empire Global competition prompts the United States to expand its influence and territory engage in conflicts.
America Claims an Empire:. Timeline: What’s Going On? United States: 1898 – The Spanish American War Begins 1914 – The Panama Canal opens 1917 – The United.
Chapter 18: America Claims an Empire. What is Imperialism? Imperialism: the policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military.
The Main Idea The United States entered the imperialist competition later than the European powers but soon extended its influence in the Pacific region.
America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 17 Becoming a World Power (1890–1915) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall,
Bellringer #1 8/15/11 (copy the stuff below) All bellringers must include the date, the number, the question, and the answer. You will have 4 minutes from.
Chapter 22 America as a World Power Essential Question How did America’s growing power affect its relationships with other nations?
Chapter 17 Imperialism: The U.S. Becomes a World Power.
The US Reaches for Empire The US Reaches for Empire.
America as a World Power CHAPTER 18 (3-4) NOTES. The US Emerges as a World Power The US emerged from the Spanish- American War as a world power, with.
American Studies. What is Imperialism? Imperialism: Build an empire by taking over other countries Powerful countries take over weaker countries Gain.
U.S. Becomes a world power. 20 th century philsophy Isolationist- stay at home and don’t worry about the rest of the world. Imperialism- the economic.
An Emerging World Power. Imperialism One countrys domination of the political, economic, and social life of another country Three key factors –Nationalism.
The Spanish- American War (April 20- August 12, 1898) & US Foreign Policy in the Early 20 th Century A Splendid Little War.
US Imperialism List 3 things you see in this cartoon.
Becoming World Power “We assert that no nation can long endure half republic and half empire, and we warn the American people that imperialism.
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