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Chapter 10 Vocab

TermDefinition
Queen Liliuokalani Realized that her reign in Hawaii was coming to an end.
Imperialism The policy in which stranger nations extend there economic , political, or military control over weaker countries.
Alfred T. Mahan Leader of U.S. navy
William Seward Early supporter of the American expanision
Pearl Harbor Navy base in Hawaii
Sanford B. Dole Head of Gov. in Hawaii after Queen
Jose Marti Cuban poet that inspired american intervention
Valeriano Weyler Leader of army in Cuba for Spain
Yellow Journalism Exaggerates real news
U.S.S Maine American ship in Cuba to protect U.S. civilans
George Dewey Gave command to open fire on Spanish fleet in Manila
Rough Riders Volunteer cavalry under Teddy Roolsevelt
San Juan Hill Major U.S. victory
Treaty of Paris Made peace with the Spanish, took lots of stuff from them in Asia and Americas
Foraker Act ended military rule Puerto Rico civil government
Platt Amendment Cuba amendments the were forced in by U.S
Protectorate Country that is partially controlled by another country
Emilio Aguinaldo Rebel leader of Phillipeans resistance
John Hay U.S. Secretary of State
Open Door notes Policy notes to imperialistic countries
Boxer Rebellion Chinese rebellion
Panama Canal Canal owned by U.S. in Columbia
Roosevelt Corollary Told to world that the U.S would intervene in any latin or south american wars or conflicts
Dollar Diplomacy Justified keeping European powers out of the Caribbean
Francisco "Pancho" Villa Opposed Provisional Gov
Emiliano Zapata Opposed Provisional Gov
John J. Pershing General of expeditionary Force into Mexico
Created by: nathan.cornelius