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Round 1 Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
1 Admiral Mahan had a 3 Part Suggestion for US Imperialism – Name the 3 Suggestions
1 Naval Bases in Caribbean Canal through Panama Acquire Hawaii and other Pacific islands Home
2 Who (1 group and 1 person) was involved in the overthrow (coup) of the Hawaiian Queen Liliuokalani?
2 White Planters (American Businessmen) and John Stevens (US Ambassador to Hawaii)
3 Who was President of the United States during the Spanish-American war?
3 William McKinley
4 What two events really outraged Americans against the Spanish?
4 De Lome Letter Explosion of USS Maine
5 What country did we purchase Alaska from?
6 This exiled man was a Cuban revolutionary poet who upset the Spanish with his poetry (and later warned US may be just like Spain).
6 Jose’ Marti’
7 What specifically made Americans mad when the de Lome letter was published?
7 Criticized Pres. McKinley for being weak
8 How did the American newspapers portray the Spanish General Weyler?
8 The Butcher; Cruel; Savage; Monster
9 Which ship was involved in the overthrow of the Hawaiian Queen – the USS _______________?
9 USS Boston
ROUND 2 A Game of X’s and O’s
1 Where did the US Pacific Fleet easily defeat the Spanish Fleet?
1 The Philippines Home
2 How long did the Spanish-American War last?
2 4 months
3 What was the name of the volunteers cowboys who Theodore Roosevelt commanded in Cuba?
3 The Rough Riders
4 Name 1 thing that the United States got from Spain in the Treaty of Paris
4 Puerto Rico; Guam; or the Philippines (for 20 million)
5 United States did not grant the Filipinos their independence once the Spanish were defeated – how did they react?
5 Angered them since one colonial ruler was now replaced by another REBELLION
6 Name 1 reason why the US wanted to stay involved in Cuba, Philippines, and Puerto Rico after the war?
6 Strategic Position ; Not allowing other nations to gain control ; Protecting American Business Interests
7 Who (specifically) joined in with the Filipinos to fight against the Americans?
7 Some of the African American US soldiers
8 What did the Americans do to the Filipino rebels (which is ironic since we criticized the Spanish for doing it)?
8 Concentration Camps
9 Where did the US build a canal through?
Round 3 A Game of X’s and O’s
1 The policy by a stronger nation to attempt to create an empire by dominating weaker nations economically, politically, culturally, or militarily.
1 Imperialism Home
2 To incorporate (territory) into an existing political unit such as a country
3 A country whose affairs are partially controlled by a stronger power
4 A belief in the superiority of the white race produced the idea that whites had a responsibility to civilize non-whites “inferior people”.
4 White Mans Burden
5 Became Provisional Governor of Hawaii after overthrow of Hawaiian gov’t; refused to give up power when Pres. Cleveland asked him to
5 Sanford B. Dole
6 US ambassador to Hawaii who helped overthrow the Queen
6 John Stevens
7 Sec. of State who arranged the purchase of Alaska?
7 William Seward
8 Assistant Sec of Navy – Leader of Rough Riders – VP and then President
8 Theodore Roosevelt
9 What was different about the US annexing Midway and Wake islands as compared to Alaska, Hawaii, Samoa, Guam (and not just they were different places) ?
9 Home No Native Population
Round 4 A Game of X’s and O’s
1 What branch of the military did Admiral Mahan encourage the US to build up (to protect our interests overseas)?
1 The Navy Home
2 At the beginning of this timer period we have been studying, how did most Americans feel about imperialism?
2 Liked it – thought is was a good idea
3 Some people felt that imperialism violated which document that the US used to announce their independence against Great Britain?
3 Declaration of Independence
4 What disease did the French and Americans have to deal with down in Panama?
4 Yellow Fever
5 Some newspapers reported that this ship was blown up by the enemy but evidence shows it was an accident.
5 USS Maine
6 President Grover Cleveland was ______ annexation while President William McKinley was _____ annexation
6 (Cleveland) Against (McKinley) For
7 How did the newspapers get a hold of the de Lome letter to publish?
7 Stolen by Cuban Rebel from Havana Post Office
8 Mark Twain – Anti Imperialist or Imperialist?
9 What type of guerilla tactics did the Filipino rebels engage in against the US?
9 Guerilla tactics – snipers, blend in with civilians, nighttime raids, booby-traps
Round 4 A Game of X’s and O’s
1 To incorporate territory into an existing political unit such as a country is known as
1 Annexation Home
2 Queen Liliuokalani’s slogan to rally her people around a new Constitution
2 Hawaii for Hawaiians
3 The newspaper headlines that you see is example of?
3 Yellow Journalism
4 How long did the Philippine America War last?
4 3 years
5 These two newspaper tycoons engaged in a type of sensationalized or made-up journalism
5 Home Hearst and Pulitzer
7 Who became President after McKinley was assassinated?
7 Home Teddy Roosevelt
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