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Chapter 10 History

Queen Liluokalani her reign in hawaii came to an end
imperialism policy where nations extend their economic, political, or military over the weak
william seward a leader of the u.s. navy
alfred T mahan suporter of american expansion
pearl ahrbor naval base in hawaii refueling station for ships
sanford B Dole governor of hawaii
Jose marti cuban poet and journalist in new york
valeriano weyler sent to restore order in cuba
yellow journalism style of writing exaggerates the news to lure and enrage readers
u.s.s maine went to cuba to get american citizens in danger of fighting and to protect american property
george dewey gave command to open fire on the spanish fleet
rough riders volunteer calvary under command of leonard wood and theodore roosevelt
san juan hill infantry on their way to attack hill
treaty of paris touched off a great debate in the united states
foraker act ended military rule and set up a civil government
platt amendment made rules for cuba that they had to follow
protectorate a country whose affaris are partially controlled by a stronger power
emilio agunaldo believed that the united states had promised independence
john hay senator in 1899
open door notes letters to imperialist nations proposing that the nations share their trading rights with the united states
boxer rebellion thousands of chinese died during fighting in the chinese capital
panama canal us had to get permission from colombia which ruled the canal
roosevelt corollary warned that disorder in latin america policy would force the us into the exercise of an international police power
dollar diplomacy used to justify eurpoean powers out of carribbean
francisco pancho villa were mexicans under his leadership
emiliano zapata oposed carranzas provisional government
john j pershing 15000 soldiers sent into mexico to capture villa dead or alive
Created by: michael.doyle