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US Hist Ch 10-11

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William Seward Secretary of State who was ridiculed for the purchase of the Alaskan territory, which proved to be a great investment because the land was rich in mineral resources
Teddy Roosevelt “Speak softly and always carry a big stick”, meaning he believed it was critical to have a strong military to back up diplomatic talks. Responsible for the construction of the Panama Canal and the Roosevelt Corollary which stated the US would act t
Woodrow Wilson Elected to the presidency in 1916 with the slogan, “He kept us out of war”.
Herbert Hoover Head of the Food Administration
John J. Pershing Leader of the American Expeditionary Force
37. Franz Ferdinand The Archduke and heir to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian Empire who was assassinated by Serbian nationalist Gabrilo Princip . This assassination was the spark which set off WW I.
Created by: PLHShistory