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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.
Why does the US begin to expand its role in the world?
AMERICA AS A WORLD POWER Chapter 22. END OF ISOLATION Imperialism = building an empire by founding colonies and conquering nations Isolationism = avoiding.
Becoming World Power “We assert that no nation can long endure half republic and half empire, and we warn the American people that imperialism.
7.3: New American Diplomacy. Diplomacy The relationship that countries have with one another.
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.
The Main Idea The United States entered the imperialist competition later than the European powers but soon extended its influence in the Pacific region.
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.
Chapter 10 America Claims an Empire IMPERIALISM Imperialism in America Main Idea Beginning in 1867 and continuing through the century, global competition.
Becoming a World Power: American Imperialism
CHAPTER 10 AMERICA CLAIMS AN EMPIRE. IMPERIALISM AND AMERICA Throughout the 19 th century America expanded control of the continent to the Pacific Ocean.
Imperialism & Overseas Expansion President George Washington's Farwell Address guided American foreign policy for over 100 years: … steer clear.
Chapter 18: America Claims an Empire. What is Imperialism? Imperialism: the policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military.
AMERICAN IMPERIALISM. BACKGROUND By the end of the Spanish-American War, the U.S. was occupying four of Spain’s former colonies “Imperialists” saw this.
AMERICA CLAIMS AN EMPIRE Chapter 10 IMPERIALISM & AMERICA Section 1.
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.
Change in East Asia Chapter 15, sections 1-3. Change in East Asia Outline Decline of the Qing Dynasty – Reasons for decline – Imperialism reaches China.
B a c kn e x t h o m e China and The West. b a c kn e x t h o m e The Opium War (1839) Britain buys an incredible amount of tea from China.
Imperialism. Focus: What are some reasons why countries go to war? Focus: What are some reasons why countries go to war?
The Age of Imperialism. Causes of Imperialism Definition: Imperialism is the seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country. Industrialization-
America Claims an Empire Global competition prompts the United States to expand its influence and territory, engage in conflicts around the globe, and.
America as a World Power Mr. Whites US History 1.
U.S. Imperialisms Impact on Other Nations. U.S.-Japanese Relations Japan had closed itself to outsiders in the late 1400s; held a strong mistrust of Western.
THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR 1898 John Hay: Splendid little war.
The Spanish- American War (April 20- August 12, 1898) & US Foreign Policy in the Early 20 th Century A Splendid Little War.
Since the early 1600s, Japan was led by Shoguns Military dictators The Tokugawa Family became the leaders of Japan Closed off Japan to the rest.
America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 17 Becoming a World Power (1890–1915) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall,
American Studies. What is Imperialism? Imperialism: Build an empire by taking over other countries Powerful countries take over weaker countries Gain.
America Claims an Empire: Chapter 10 Honors US History Mr. Basich.
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