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Naval commander who defeated the Spanish fleet in the Philippines
President who believed in “Big Stick” diplomacy
He purchased Alaska from Russia.
Filipino rebel who assisted the US navy in defeating the Spanish?
Who declared China “open” for trade?
Hay or McKinley
What nation rebelled against the US after the Spanish-American War?
What Caribbean nation did the US assist in their rebellion against Spain?
What argument did anti- imperialists use against the War?
Expensive, Un- American, Domestic problems
What document helped bring the US into war?
Name the three countries that became US territories after the War.
Guam, Philippines, Puerto Rico
Ruler who believed in a “Hawaii for Hawaiians”
In which bay did Dewey defeat the Spanish fleet?
President of the republic of Hawaii
Chinese group that rebelled against foreign “spheres of influence”
President that declared war on Spain
What is the narrow piece of land which the canal was build across called?
Which country first attempted to build a canal?
What nation did the US support Panama’s revolution against?
How did canal builders solve the elevation problem?
What year was the Canal finished?
What were areas of China in which certain European nations claimed exclusive trading rights called?
Spheres of influence
Where did the Rough Rides fight?
Cuba, San Juan and Kettle Hill
What US policy’s intention was to eliminate the spheres of influence in China?
What is Puerto Rico’s relationship with the US?
What document allowed the US the right to intervene in Cuban affairs?
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America’s Rise to World Power U.S. Expansionist Policies
Quickwrite: What is the role of the United States in the world today? What do you think its role should be?
Chapter 22 JEOPARDY REVIEW ROUND Vocab. Alaska Hawaii China, Japan Grab Bag.
Spanish American War 2 Phases PHASE 1: The Philippines PHASE 1: The Philippines –The Philippines was a Spanish Colony –Commodore George Dewey destroyed.
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.
IMPERIALISM UNIT 4. UNIT 4.1 INTRO TO IMPERIALISM Alfred T. Mahan Hawaii – Why? Hawaii China Japan Imperialism Nationalism Imperialist Powers Alaska Growth.
U.S. II IMPERIALISM REVIEW REFERENCE CHAPTER 17.
New Markets Mercantilism Become a world power. US Causes of Imperialism New Markets Mercantilism Become a world power.
Reform, Expansion, & War ( ) “19-2 Imperialism- Part 2”
Imperialism JEOPARDY Basic Vocab Panama Canal Asian Influence Spanish American War ETC $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy.
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THIS IS The scramble The Pacific Spanish- American War Panama Canal Spoils of War Foreign Policy.
Unit 3: United States Imperialism Imperialism: the policy of extending the rule or authority of an empire or nation over foreign countries, or of acquiring.
U.S. Imperialism. I. Imperialism *The policy of conquering other nations to create an empire. The United States began to adopt imperialist ideas in the.
Chapter 10, Section 3. Puerto Rico After Span-Amer. War, there was military rule Important strategic location in Caribbean to show U.S. presence there.
US in World Affairs after Creation of International Markets By 1900, the US had become an imperialistic nation with many colonies over the world.
IMPERIALISM: THE POLITICAL EXPANSION OF A MORE POWERFUL COUNTRY WHICH TAKES CONTROL AWAY FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF A LESS POWERFUL COUNTRY.
DISCUSSION QUESTIONS What are some of the main causes of the Spanish-American war? What major events are taking place during the war? Would you have sided.
America Claims an Empire Beginning in 1867 and continuing through the century, global competition caused the U.S. to expand. In the early 1900s, the U.S.
IMPERIALISM REVIEW. What is isolationism? Non U.S. involvement in world affairs.
THIS IS With Your Host Mrs. Miness Vocabulary Famous People Important Places Overseas Expansion Famous Phrases Pot Luck Final.
Reform, Expansion, & War ( ) “9-10 Imperialism- Part 2”
Quick Review Industrialism Industrialism Reform Reform Populism – Progressivism Populism – Progressivism Role of African Americans & Women Role of African.
The Spanish - American War (pg. 589 – 596) How did the activities of the US in Latin America set the stage for the war with Spain? US Intervention in the.
U.S. History Chapter 18 Lecture Notes. The United States seeks an Empire ► 1.Policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, and/or.
True or False? Social Darwinists justified expanding American power overseas by suggesting that nations competed with each other, and only the strongest.
Policy by which stronger nations extend their economic, political or military control over weaker nations.
18.1 Imperialism and America 1. Global competition 2. Desire for military strength Imperialism- the policy in which stronger nations extend their economic,
AIM: What do we need to study for the test? Do Now: Take out review sheet HW: Study.
Jeopardy ImperialismSpanish – American War Potpourri $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy Imperialism in Asia U.S Imperialism.
IMPERIALISM: SEEKING OVERSEAS TERRITORIES AND TRYING TO EXPAND ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, AND SOCIAL CONTROL OVER THEM.
WHAT IS MY NAME? Expansion Overseas What is my name? I led U.S. warships to Japan A. Matthew Perry A. B. John Hay B. C. Jose Marti C. D. George.
8. AMERICA BUILDS AN EMPIRE. AMERICA’S FOREIGN POLICY Foreign Policy consists of a country’s policies towards other nations. The Spanish American War.
Becoming a World Power Chapter 12. The Imperialist Vision A Desire for New Markets Imperialism – the economic and political domination of a strong nation.
What is Imperialism? The practice of building an empire by founding or conquering other nations. Why practice imperialism? 1.Build naval bases to protect.
US Foreign Policy Imperialism Establishing political or economic control over another nation Establishing political or economic control over.
“The Path of the Empire” (Ch. 27) DO NOW What roles do colonies play to their “motherland?”
An Emerging World Power. Imperialism One countrys domination of the political, economic, and social life of another country Three key factors –Nationalism.
American Imperialism. By the end of the 1800s, the United States sought to spread its’ influence to other parts of the world This would create a “global.
AKS 43a - describe the Spanish-American War, the Philippine insurrection, and the Constitutional debate over American expansionism 43b - explain U.S.
Imperialism. IMPERIALISM – Obtaining an Empire by dominating weaker nations America wanted “in” on world affairs. Looks to gain “Spheres of Influence”:
Chapter 16 – Expansion Overseas (1890 – 1914) US becomes a world power through trade and military force!
GeographyVocabularyPeopleFacts and Figures $ $ $ $ $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $ $
Group that supported annexation of islands (Cuba, Guam, Philippines, etc…) by the US Protectorate Anti-Imperialists Watchful Waiting Voluntary cavalry.
18.1 Imperialism and America A. Global competition B. Desire for military strength A1.Imperialism- the policy in which stronger nations extend their economic,
Jeopardy Vocab #1Vocab #2Vocab #3 Alaska & Hawaii Spanish American War Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
American Imperialism Daily Learning Goal: I can provide written evidence to explain why the United States became an Imperialist nation in the late 1800s.
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