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The Rise of New American Empire Lecture Outline: bcourses Now Playing: Tears for Fears, “Everybody Wants to Rule the World,”
Chief Sitting Bull, with William “Buffalo Bill” Cody, Wild West Show, 1895
Chief Sitting Bull’s “Hut,” reconstructed for the Midway
Chief Rain In The Face on admission ticket for Chicago World’s Fair, 1893
Chicago World’s Fair grounds, walking through the “White City”
Map of the Chicago World’s Fair grounds
Charles Graham, “Along the Plaisance,” 1893
Belly dancers from “Streets of Cairo” exhibit
A model of Mayan Temple ruins
East Indian Village
The Samoan Village
Charles Graham, “Midway Types,” 1893
Republican William McKinley, campaign poster, 1896
“Columbia’s Easter Bonnet,” Puck, 1901
“Hard Times: Another Hide to be Taken,” Granger, 1893
“Patient Waiters Are No Losers,” 1897
Theodore Roosevelt, 1898
General of rebel forces, Calixto García (right, foreground) with Cuban rebels
Popular history in support of “Cuba Libre” published in the U.S.
The U.S.S. Maine in Havana harbor, 1898
New York Journal reports on the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine
“La Faltera Del Oncle Sam,” 1896
“Ten Thousand Miles From Tip to Tip,” Philadelphia Press, 1898
Emilio Aguinaldo, Filipino revolutionary leader
“ I Rather Like That Imported Affair,” Puck, 1904
“Civilization Begins at Home,” The New York World, 1898
“School Begins,” Puck Magazine (1899)
McKinley /Roosevelt campaign poster, 1900
Spanish American War and Philippine American War Political Cartoons.
American History Chapter 17-2 The Spanish- American War.
Spanish American War The Splendid Little War April 25-August 12, 1898.
Spanish American War. Back Ground Cuba was a colony of Spain Americans businesses interests in Cuba – 50 million in sugar cane plantations Proximity –
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Thinking about what you have learned about yellow journalism, what do you think this cartoon depicting publishers Hearst and Pulitzer is about? Why are.
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The Spanish-American War Section 2 Explain the causes of the Spanish-American War. Identify the major battles of the war. Describe the consequences of.
Chapter 11: American Imperialism The Spanish American War.
CHAPTER FIVE SECTION TWO THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.
Spanish-American War. Valeriano (“Butcher”) Weyler February,1895, - Cuba Spanish send Valeriano ("Butcher") Weyler to Cuba to put down Cuban rebellion.
Its remaining possessions included Puerto Rico and Cuba in the Caribbean Sea, and the Philippine Islands in the Pacific. In 1897, Spain was in decline.
The Spanish American War Mr. Bach United States History.
A. Cubans rebel against Spanish rule 1. Cuba is located 90 miles away from US; US investors invested $50 mill. in sugar Plantations 2. Cuba very unstable.
THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR Chapter 16 Section 2 1) Late 1800s – ________ had lost most of its power. It only controlled _________ and _______________________.
Unit 4: Competition & Conflict What is Isolationism? Isolationism means noninvolvement in world affairs.
Yellow Journalism How newspapers caused the Spanish-American War.
The Spanish-American War. Terms and People José Martí – Cuban patriot who launched a war for independence from Spain in 1895 William Randolph Hearst –
The Spanish-American War Chapter 16 Section 2. Words to Know Yellow Journalism: The publishing of exaggerated or made-up news stories to attract readers.
The Main Idea A quick victory in the Spanish-American War gave the United States a new role as a world power. The Main Idea How did simmering unrest in.
Some Americans supported Cuban independence because they wanted to keep the plantations and mills they owned on the island.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. The Spanish-American War.
1898: Cuban & Puerto Rico are Spain’s last American possessions, Americans don’t like the Spanish so close Cuba has made Spain rich, supplied 1/3 of.
The Spanish-American War. What does it mean to ‘rebel’?
Lesson 2: THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR Guiding Question: How are empires built? Vocabulary: yellow journalism, autonomy, jingoism, interfere.
Chapter 5- Section 2 The Spanish- American War “The Splendid Little War” United States History Ms. Girbal Wednesday, December 2, 2014.
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The Spanish- American War. Rebellion against Spain The Spanish empire was crumbling by the end of the 19 th century. By the 1890s it only controlled the.
Introduction to the Spanish-American War “A Splendid Little War” John Hay, Secretary of State, 1898.
SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR Sec Pages Define: Yellow journalism – armistice – protectorate Identify: Jose Marti – Gen. Valeriano Weyler – Teddy.
McKinley’s Diplomatic Approach McKinley wanted to avoid war and take a diplomatic approach Successful at first but doesn’t last long Spain recalled Weyler.
Spanish American War 1/28/15. President William McKinley Started out his political career when he helped fight in the Civil War for the union side
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Bring your teddy bear to class on Wednesday & get extra credit!
Spanish-American War. Spain's Rule Over Cuba Cuba was a colony of Spain. Cubans wanted to be independent of Spanish rule and wanted to overthrown the.
The Spanish American War, 1898: “A Splendid Little War” Guided Reading Activity Answers.
The Spanish- American War SWBAT: Explain how the end of the Spanish-American War effected U.S. imperialist efforts.
The Main Idea A quick victory in the Spanish-American War gave the United States a new role as a world power. Section Question How did simmering unrest.
The Spanish-American War Causes – Rebellion in Cuba Cuba had been a $50 million investment by Americans for its sugarcane When Cubans (led by Jose Marti.
The Spanish- American War Chapter 9 Section 2. Why it matters? 0 When America went to war against Spain, the United States acquired colonies and became.
April 25, 1898 – August 12, 1898 (3 months, 2 weeks and 4 days) The Spanish American War.
Rebellion & Resistance. Meet The New Boss Cuba, 1900, still occupied by US Forces. Native Cubans try and write a constitution for Independent Cuba. US.
CHAPTER 5 LESSON 2 THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR. Causes of the War Economic Interests American entrepreneurs had invested $50 million in sugar cane plantations.
SOL REVIEW MATERIALS FOR UNIT FOUR Conflict and Cooperation – The Spanish-American War and the United States Foreign Policy in Latin America,
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