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chapter 10 vocab

chapter 10

queen liliuokalani hawiian queen just before the monarchy was taken over
imperialism policy in which stronger nations extend their economic political or military control over weaker territories
alfred t mahan a very powerful naval officer and told government to build our forces so we could become more powerful and take over bigger and better countries
William sweard secretary of state in 1867
pearl harbor the kingdoms best port
Sanford b dole a government leader for the marines
jose marti a Cuban poet and journalist in exile in new York, launched the revolution in 1895
valeraino weyler general set to Cuba for the Cuban revolt
yellow journalism a style of writing that made a big boom
U S S maine a force that went to Cuba and save Americans that had been caught up in the Cuba mess
george dewey gave the command to open fire on the Spanish fleet at mamnila
rough riders a volunteer cavalry for Roosevelt
san juan hill a hill that was won from the cavalry
treaty of paris touched off a great debate in the us
foraker act ended millarty rule of creating your own goverment
platt amendment a set of rules between us and cuba
protectorate a county whose affairs are partially controlled by a stronger power
emilio aguinaldo a rebel leader that the us had promise independence
john hay the us secretary that issued the open door notes
open door notes letters that addressed the leaders of imperialist to open the trade doors to us americans
boxer rebellion a group of people that would kill thousands, finally were put down at the boxer rebellion
panama canal
Roosevelt corollary
dollar diplomacy
Fransisco "Pancho" villa
Emiliano zapata
john J. Pershing
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