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TermDefinition
Queen Liliuokalani realized her reign in Hawaii had come to a end
Imperialism the policy when stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military control
Alfred T Mahan Admiral of the U.S Navy
William Seward supporter of U.S expansion
Pearl Harbor a port in Hawaii with American Naval Base
Sanford B Dole American ruler in Hawaii
Jose Marti a Cuban poet and journalist
Valeriano Weyler A Spanish general sent to restore order in Cuba
yellow journalism stories that deepened American sympathys for rebels
U.S.S Maine a ship sent to Cuba to bring home in dangered Americans
George Dewey gave command to open fire on Spanish fleet in the Philippine capitol
Rough Riders a volunteered cavalry
San Juan Hill An hill that was attacked by the American infintry
Treaty of Paris ended the war between America and Spain
Foraker Act Ended military rule and set up a civil government
Platt Amendment America insisted Cuba added it to there constitution
protectatore A country whose affairs are controlled by a stronger country
Emilio Aguinaldo the rebel leader
John Hay U.S Secretary of state
open door notes a series of policy statements
Boxer Rebelion Chinese boxers who killed hundreds of missionaries
Panama Canal A canal stretching through South America
Roosevelt Corollary Warned that disorder in Latin America might force U.S to exercise an international police power
dollar diplomacy used to justify keeping European powers out of the Carribean
Francisco Pancho Villa opposed Carranza's provisional government
Emiliano Zapata opposed Carranza's provisional government
John J Pershing American Brigadier General
Created by: david.ernst