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ImperialismCuba and Spain SAW 1SAW 2Panama Canal $100100$ $100$100 $200200$200200$200200$200 $300300$300300$300300$300 $400400$400 $500500$ $500 references
Imperialism $100 WHAT IS IMPERIALISM?
Imperialism $200 NAME 2 OF THE 3 REASONS WHY COUNTRIES ARE IMPERIALISTIC?
Imperialism $300 IN ORDER TO TRADE WITH OTHER NATIONS, THE U.S. NEEDED THIS
Imperialism $400 WHY DID THE U.S. HAVE IMPERIAL INTERESTS IN HAWAII?
Imperialism $500 HOW DID THE U.S. OBTAIN HAWAII?
Cuba and Spain $100 WHY WAS CUBA SO APPEALING TO SPAIN AND THE U.S.?
Cuba and Spain $200 HOW MANY REVOLUTIONS DID CUBA HAVE BEFORE THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR?
Cuba and Spain $300 DURING THE 2 nd CUBAN REVOLUTION, WHO DOES SPAIN SEND TO PUT DOWN THE REBELLION? ….HES A REAL BUTCHER…..
Cuba and Spain $400 WEYLER SET UP THESE PRISONS AS A WAY OF PUNISHING CUBAN REBELS.
Cuba and Spain $500 THIS LETTER BETWEEN THE SPANISH QUEEN AND THE SPANISH AMBASSADOR INSULTED PRESIDENT MCKINLEY.
SAW 1 $100 WHAT IS YELLOW JOURNALISM?
SAW 1 $200 SHORTLY AFTER THE DELOME LETTER WAS PUBLISHED, AN EXPLOSION OCCURRED ON THIS SHIP.
SAW 1 $300 TEDDY ROOSEVELT LED THIS GROUP OF COWBOYS AND INDIANS TO FIGHT IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR
SAW 1 $400 JOSEPH PULITZER WAS VERY EFFECTIVE AT YELLOW JOURNALISM. WHO ELSE IS FAMOUS FOR YELLOW JOURNALISM?
SAW 1 $500 WHERE DID GENERAL DEWEY FIGHT THE FIRST BATTLE IN THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR?
SAW 2 $100 TRUE OR FALSE: SPAIN WAS A VERY STRONG & POWERFUL NATION THAT WAS EXTREMELY RICH.
SAW 2 $200 AFTER THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR, SPAIN GAVE THE U.S. CONTROL OF THE FOLLOWING TERRITORIES
SAW 2 $300 WHO IS PRESIDENT DURING THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR?
SAW 2 $400 THIS AMENDMENT ALLOWED THE U.S. TO INTERVENE IN CUBA
SAW 2 $500 After the Spanish American War, the U.S. became a…
Panama Canal $100 THIS MAN WAS PRESIDENT WHEN THE U.S. BUILT THE PANAMA CANAL
Panama Canal $200 WHY DID THE U.S. WANT TO BUILD THE PANAMA CANAL?
Panama Canal $300 WHY DID 20,000 FRENCHMEN DIE BUILDING THE PANAMA CANAL?
Panama Canal $400 WHAT DID THE U.S. DO WHEN COLOMBIA REFUSED TO LET THEM BUILD THE PANAMA CANAL?
Panama Canal $500 WHAT DID THE ROOSEVELT COROLLARY ALLOW THE U.S. TO DO?
What is Stronger countries exert power or control over weaker nations.
What is -Economics -Duty -Competition
What is Strong Navy (Great White Fleet)
What is Ships could refuel there (they wanted a base)
What is Queen Liliuokalani was forced at gunpoint to turn Hawaii over to the U.S.
What is It was rich in natural resources.
What is Two
Who is General Butcher Weyler
What is William Randolph Hearst
What are -Resources -Spain was weak -Wanted to be an empire (Manifest Destiny) -Cuba was close by
What is False
What is The U.S.S. Maine
Who is William McKinley
What is News stories that exaggerate the truth and were used to sway American opinions toward the Spanish.
What is Cuba Puerto Rico Guam Philippines
What is Philippines
What is Platt Amendment
What is The U.S. became a world power (or an empire).
What is Teddy Roosevelt
What is Concentration Camps
What is DeLome Letter
What is Rough Riders
What is It allowed ships to easily cross from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean.
What is Diseases- Yellow Fever and Malaria
What is They encouraged Panamanians to rise up and gain independence.
What is It allowed the U.S. to intervene in Latin America
NAME TWO OF THE FOUR REASONS WHY THE U.S. WENT TO WAR WITH SPAIN.
-Resources -Spain was weak -Wanted to be an empire (Manifest Destiny) -Cuba was close by
Imperialism. Focus: What are some reasons why countries go to war? Focus: What are some reasons why countries go to war?
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UNIT X JEOPARDY Mr. H. Mayo American History Mount Airy High School.
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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.
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America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 17 Becoming a World Power (1890–1915) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall,
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