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Chapter 9 imper.

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Policy by which a stronger nation creates an empire by dominating imperalism
colonies of foreign powers whose native rulers keep their titles protectorate
Islands used as repair and refueling stations by U.S Midways Island
nickname for Latin American countries such as Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras Banana Republics
admiral convinced the united states to build a powerful navy Admiral Alfred T. Mahan
belief that certain nations and races are superior to others Social Darwinism
policy that US would not intrfere in Europe's affairs Monroe Doctrin
Spanish general who placed rural Cubans in"reconcentration" camps Valeriano Weyler
Publisher of New York Journal William Randoplh Hearst
Publisher of New York World Joseph Pulitzer
sensationalized reporting in order to increase circulation and stir up support for a cause Yellow Journalists
intense burst of national pride combined with desire Jingoism
war between US and Spanish Spanish-American war
American war cry Remember the Maine
US admiral who destroyed the Spanish fleet in Manila US admiral George Dewey
President who would lead the Rough Riders Teddy Roosevelt
"softened" San Juan Hill 9th and 10th calvary
treaty that ended the Spanish American War Treaty of paris(1898)
Islands that became unincorporated territories philipines, Guam, puerto Rico
Island in Latin America that won independence as a result of the Spanish American War Cuba
island that became a protectorate Puerto Rico
Fillpino rebel who led an insurrection (rebellion) gainst US after Spanish American war Emilio Aguinaldo
Doctor found the cause and cure for yellow fever Major Walter Reed
Amendment that made Cuba part of the US sphere of influence Platt amendment
Pacifc island ude to repair and refueling station for US Naval vessels Pearl Harbor
Reasons US wanted to annex Hawaii strategic position, Repair/ Refuel sugar and fruit
Last monarch of Hawaii; removed from power by US Queen Lilokani
Wealthy planter who became first teritorial governor of Hawaii Standford B. Dole
areas of economic and political control Spheres of influence
Us desire to have equal trading rights for all foreign powers in China Open Door Policy
revolt by Chineses due to resentment over foreign onfluence in their land Boxer Rebellion
16 battlesships sent around the world on a "good will" cruise to show American military power the Great white Fleet
canal across Central Americ used to increase speed of global shipping and move naval ships quickly panama Canal
president who screctly made a deal to support a Panamanian rebellion Theodore Roosevelt
Treaty between US and panama granting land to US to build canal Hay-Bunau-Uarilla Treaty
African proverd that described President Theodore Roosevelt's policy in Latin American speaking softly and carry a big stick
addition to Monroe Doctrine asserted that US had right to intervene Roosevelt corolary
actions of one nationto enforce laws outside of their lands and defend another country from outside force Internation Police Power
President Taft's Policy of "substituting dollars for bullets" dollar diplomacy
President Woodrow Wilson's foreign policy that stated US would not use force to assert its influence , but should promte moral diplomacy
those who believed in a policy of nonparticipation isolationists
Created by: Vintageheart