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Chapter 10


Queen Lilluokalani the queen of Hawaii that was taken over by the US sailors and marines
imperialism the policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military control
Alfred T. Mahan a leader of the US army to build them to be stronger
William Seward early supporter of american expansion and secretary of state
Pearl Harbor a naval base and a refueling base for ships
Sanford B. Dole overthrew the king and setup the government
jose marti a cuban poet and journalist in the exile of new york
Valeriano Welker spain responded from the cuban revolt by sending him to restore order
U.S.S. Maine sent to cuba to save the american citizens from the fights
George Dewey
Rough Rider
San Jaun Hill
Treaty of Paris
Created by: trenton.stefan