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THE UNITED STATES AND EAST ASIA 5.3
FILIPINOS REBEL AGAINST U.S. RULE Emilio Aguinaldo organized an insurrection against U.S. rule.
FILIPINOS REBEL Filipinos relied on guerrilla warfare against America. -surprise raids & hit and run tactics
FILIPINOS REBEL Aguinaldo is captured in The U.S. defeated the rebels.
REFORMS LEAD TO PROMISE OF SELF-RULE 1901 William Howard Taft became governor of the Philippines.
TAFT To maintain order: Censored the press Placed dissidents in jail.
JONES ACT Pledged the Philippines would eventually win their independence. Would liberate them. Became independent after WWII.
THE U.S. PURSUES INTERESTS IN CHINA European powers had carved out “spheres on influence” in China.
SPHERES OF INFLUENCE A weaker country in a sphere of influence when it grants the larger country trade privileges and other benefits.
JOHN HAY U.S. Secretary of State U.S. expected “perfect equality of treatment for commerce” in China.
BOXER REBELLION Members of a Chinese secret society against foreigners and Christians in China.
HAY Reasserted America’s Open Door Policy. Did not want colonies, just free trade.
ROOSEVELT Roosevelt wins the Nobel Peace Prize for helping Russia and Japan sign the Russo Japanese War peace treaty.
ANTI-ASIAN PREJUDICE West Coast of the United States. San Fran School Board banned Chinese, Japanese, & Korean children from attending school with white children.
JAPAN UPSET ABOUT TREATMENT Roosevelt negotiated a “Gentlemen’s Agreement” U.S. to end it’s segregation policy if Japan limited emigration to the U.S.
GREAT WHITE FLEET Concerned about Japan’s expansion in Asia… Roosevelt had a new force of white battleships built. Sent them on a cruise around the world.
United States & East Asia. Filipinos Rebel Guerrilla War Reform Led to Self-Rule.
CHAPTER 5- SECTION 3 THE UNITED STATES & EAST ASIA UNITED STATES HISTORY MS. GIRBAL MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2014.
Chapter 18 Section 3 The United States and East Asia.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 3 The United States and East Asia Examine the causes and consequences of the Philippine insurrection.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. American Expansion in the Pacific.
9.3 THE UNITED STATES AND EAST ASIA. OBJECTIVES Examine the causes and consequences of the Philippine insurrection Analyze the effects of the Open Door.
The White Man’s Burden: The Philippines How would they react to annexation? Philippine – American War (1899) February 1899: revolt.
CHAPTER FIVE SECTION THREE THE UNITED STATES AND EAST ASIA.
18.3 ~ The United States & East Asia. How did the United States extend its influence in Asia? America’s decision to keep the Philippines helped expand.
Spheres of Influence-McKinley China European powers carve China into distinct spheres of influence Each power has access to Chinese ports and markets.
AFTER THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR EXPANSION OF AMERICAN IMPERIALISM.
T HE U NITED S TATES AND E AST A SIA O BJECTIVES Examine the causes and consequences of the Philippine insurrection Analyze the effects of the open.
U.S & East Asia pg Lets get ready to start ASAP! Early Release! Chapter 9.3.
Honors US History William H. Taft, 1st Gov.-General of the Philippines Great administrator.
U.S. Foreign Policy Roosevelt & Taft Unit 2 – US History.
American Imperialism 1890 – American Imperialism.
Chapter 7 Section 1 China & Japan p By the 1890’s, Japan & the leading European powers had carved out in China, Spheres of Influence– sections.
Chapter 18-Section 3. Vocabulary – Terms Insurrection- rebellion, in this instance, against U.S. rule Guerrilla Warfare- a form of nontraditional warfare.
America and East Asia China And Japan. Control of the Pacific O After 1898 control of several Pacific Islands gave the U.S. greater influence O Tea was.
Chapter 17 Section 3 Mr. Love US History. Theodore Roosevelt’s Rise to Power In the 1900 election, President McKinley defeated ____ ____ ____ by a wide.
The Spanish-American War. The Causes of the War American businessmen coveted trade with Cuban sugar plantations. When Jose Marti led a revolution.
Chapter 28 Review. Things to Know… Philippines~ Rebels; Guerilla warfare; Emilio Aguinaldo China~ Open Door policy; Hay Imperialism~ Dividing a country.
Theodore Roosevelt’s Rise to Power Click the mouse button to display the information. In the 1900 election, President McKinley defeated William Jennings.
1. TOPIC 3 WILLIAM MCKINLEY & THEODORE ROOSEVELT 2.
Chapter 19 America and the World. Imperialism During most of the 19th century, the US practiced isolationism Britain, France, Germany and other nations.
New American Diplomacy Vocab : sphere of influence, Boxer Rebellion, Great White Fleet.
New American Diplomacy Ch 4.3. Thursday, March 8, 2012 Daily goal: Understand America’s role in Panama’s Revolution and building the Panama Canal. Understand.
US Warm Up-Friday Why would stronger nations want to control weaker nations. What is there to gain, what could they possibly want?
Expanding Horizons and Imperialism in the Pacific Chapter 22, Sections 1&2.
THIS IS With Host... Your Imperialism Spanish- American War US and East Asia US and Latin America.
T HE U NITED S TATES AND E AST A SIA Chapter 14, Section 3.
IMPERIALISM IN THE PACIFIC Sec Pages Define: Annexation – sphere of influence – Open Door policy – provisional – Great White fleet Identify:
Filippino Revolution Philippine Rebellion Philippine Rebellion US war with the Philippines from 1899 to 1902 to keep the Philippines as a US Territory.
ISOLATIONISMIMPERIALISM DEF. PROS CONS. Causes of Imperialism: Alfred Mahan and The Great White Fleet Due to new trade markets Mahan calls for.
America On The World Stage Chapter Philippines Feb. 4, 1899 – Filipinos begin open insurrection under the leadership of Emilio Aguinaldo.
1 United States Foreign Policy America in Asia: China and the Open Door Open Door Policy- China is a weak country in the 1890s. European powers.
America as World Power. Teddy Roosevelt became Pres in 1901 Won Noble peace Prize for his negotiations Russia + Japan he sent 16 gleaming white.
New American Diplomacy Section 3 Chapter 17. Election of 1900 President McKinley vs. Williams Jennings Bryan President McKinley was reelected. He was.
Day 18: Becoming a World Power Unit 3. Questions of the Day 1. How did the desire for new trade markets by industrialized countries impact the distribution.
CHAPTER 11 An Emerging World Power The Roots of Imperialism Imperialism is when nations seeks to extend their political, military, and economic.
Imperialistic America Part I: The American Empire Part II: Relations with Asia Part III: The US & Latin America.
Pair Share Use the Cartoon on p )Describe the cartoon. 2)What does this imply about the United States around 1900?
United States Pursues Interests in China 1899 European (Britain, Germany, France, Russia) countries divided China into “spheres of influence” Each zone.
U.S. Acquires Alaska Bought from the Russians for $7.2 million.Bought from the Russians for $7.2 million. –2 cents p/a Land rich in resources.Land rich.
Chapter 14 Section 3- New American Diplomacy. Main Idea The U.S. pursued an Open Door policy to allow nations access China’s markets.
A PERSONAL VOICE LUIS MUÑOZ RIVERA “ You, citizens of a free fatherland, with its own laws, its own institutions, and its own flag, can appreciate the.
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