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President McKinley annexed ____ in 1898.

Hawaii

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In the late 1890s, the US started relying on its ______ to influence foreign nations toward its policies

navy

3

He linked Anglo-Saxon Christian missionary efforts with imperialism especially in US involvement in the Pacific.

Josiah Strong

4

The US Policy of the ______ was applied numerous times toward Latin American nations like the Dominican Republic rather allowing Europe to intervene in American affairs, strongly linked to the Monroe Doctrine.

Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine

5

A canal was built through this central American nation mostly through the efforts of the US

Panama

6

Panama had an US organized and sponsored revolution against its parent nation of ______ in 1902.

Columbia

7

A _______ is an almost independent nation that is watched over and protected by an imperial world power like Cuba in the early 1900s.

protectorate

8

This was organized to promote cooperation among the nations of the Western Hemisphere.

Organization of American States

9

In the 1880s, the ______ became an emerging world power.

United States

10

Following the Spanish-American War of 1898, these four areas became US Territories.

Philippines, Puerto Rico, Guam, and Hawaii

11

This former Spanish colony still had slavery until 1886.

Cuba

12

This naval commander sailed into Manila Bay on May 1, 1898 and proceeded to destroy the Spanish fleet.

Commodore George Dewey

13

Commodore George Dewey destroyed the Spanish fleet in this harbor.

Manila, Phillippines

14

He asked Congress to authorize the use of the military to end the continuing conflict in Cuba

President William McKinley

15

He won a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to find a peace settlement between the Russians and Japanese.

Theodore Roosevelt

16

Philippe Bunau-Varilla lead an uprising in this central American nations so that the US would be able to build a canal.

Panama

17

Besides Panama, this country also hoped a canal would be built through its territory though it never was.

Nicaragua

18

The _______ first tried to build a canal through Panama but was unsuccessful due to the mosquito infested swamps.

French

19

This was a uprising in China that focused on killing European foreigners.

Boxer Rebellion

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Latin America and the US would work together was the basis of this movement.

Pan-Americanism which led to the Organization of American States

21

He took a naval expedition to Japan in 1854 to negotiate a trade treaty.

Commodore Matthew Perry

22

The economic and political domination of a strong nation over other weaker nations is called _____

imperialism

23

He wrote a book supporting a strong navy.

Alfred T. Mahan

24

This was sensationalist newspaper reporting that was meant to attract readers...used to incite anger over events in Cuba.

yellow journalism

25

He was the leader of the Cuban independence movement in the latter 1800s.

Jose Marti

26

This was an attitude of aggressive nationalism that grew in the US at the conclusion of the 1800s.

jingoism

27

This established the relationship between Cuba and the US, virtually making Cuba an American protectorate.

Platt Amendment

28

This was a volunteer cavalry regiment that fought in Cuba under the leadership of Lt. Col. Roosevelt

Rough Riders

29

He was the leader of the Rough Riders

Theodore Roosevelt

30

This was Taft's economic policy toward Latin America.

Dollar Diplomacy

31

The US would intervene militarily in Latin American affairs when necessary to maintain economic and political stability with the ______ policy

Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine

32

this gave the US the exclusive right to build and control any proposed canal through Central America

Hay-Pauncefote Treat

33

This is any area where a forgien national controlled economic development

Sphere of Influence

34

This US policy declaration stated that all counties should be allowed to trade with China

Open Door Policy

35

The Great White Fleet was this

The US Navy

36

She was queen of Hawaii before the US annexed it in 1898

Queen Liliuokalani

37

this ship exploded in Havana, Cuba and began the slide into war with Spain in 1898

USS Maine

38

These two men were the most important of the Yellow Journalists

William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer

39

He was the author of the insulting letter that was intercepted by US officials describing President McKinley.

Enrique Dupuy de Lome

40

HE was the Spanish general in Cuba whose harsh policy earned him the title "The Butcher"

Spanish General Weyler

41

This was the slogan that encouraged many people to call for war against Spain in 1898

Remember the Maine

42

He was the leader of the Philippine insurrection

Emilio Aguinaldo

43

This treaty ended the Spanish-American War

Treaty of Paris

44

This act established a government for Puerto Rico

Foraker Act

45

He was shot by an anarchist leading to Teddy Roosevelt becoming president.

William McKinley

46

Through his efforts, the mosquito was controlled in Panama allowing the construction of the canal by 1914.

Dr. William Gorgas

47

He developed the Open Door Policy

John Hay

48

Theodore Roosevelt would be known for using his ______ to show US power around the world especially in Latin America

Big Stick which was the US Navy's Great White Fleet

49

What is the importance of this graphic?

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The Panama Canal allowed for increased worldwide trade.

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51

What is the best topic for this graphic?

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Theodore Roosevelt was the driving force for the construction of the Panama Canal

52

This graphic best describes which policy of Theodore Roosevelt?

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Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine

53

The graphic best describes who and what policy?

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William Howard Taft and Dollar Diplomacy

54

This graphic best describes what event?

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William Seward's purchase of Alaska from Russia in 1867.