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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
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 –
The Spanish-American War Chapter 17 Section 2. Cuban Rebellion Begins Cuba was a colony of Spain 1868 – Cuban rebels declare independence and launch a.
Make a “T” Chart What are the positives and negatives of war? What are the positives and negatives of war? Jot down some of each on either side of your.
The Spanish American War Unit 4 – Conflict and Cooperation.
Thinking about what you have learned about yellow journalism, what do you think this cartoon depicting publishers Hearst and Pulitzer is about? Why are.
American Imperialism 1890 to 1920 Mr. Verria / North Kingstown High School The Spanish American War.
Objectives Explain the causes of the Spanish-American War.
The Spanish American War
CHAPTER FIVE SECTION TWO THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR.
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
Explain the causes of the Spanish-American War.
Unit 4: Competition & Conflict What is Isolationism? Isolationism means noninvolvement in world affairs.
Yellow Journalism How newspapers caused the Spanish-American War.
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