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Abeka U.S. History 8

Ch. 17: Spanish-American War/Progressive Era

When the United States determined to enforce the Monroe Doctrine w/o Britain Venezuelan Boundary Dispute
Stated in 1823 that the US would oppose any European interference in the affairs of independent Latin American nations Monroe Doctrine
The printing of sensational stories intended to excite the reader yellow journalism
A Spanish Ambassador wrote this to a friend in Havana, Cuba, which included insulting remarks about President McKinley Delome letter
The US battleship exploded in Havana harbor, outraging Americans "Remember the Maine!"
The first battle of the Spanish-American war The Battle of Manila Bay
Who led the volunteer forces in Cuba called the Rough Riders? Theodore Roosevelt
A person who wants to control the governments and resources of other nations imperialist
The United States purchased these islands from Spain at the end of the Spanish-American war in 1898 for $20 million the Philippines
Dr. Walter Reed and Carlos Finlay worked together to control which disease? yellow fever
As a result of America's war with Spain, these islands came under American protection Guam, Puerto Rico, Hawaii
Became president when William McKinley was shot and killed in 1901 Theodore Roosevelt
The Spanish-American War grew out of a conflict in this Spanish colony Cuba
Early Progressive leader nicknamed "Battlin' Bob" because he fought for what he considered to be good government Wisconsin governor Robert La Follette
The book that led President Roosevelt to pass the Meat Inspection Act of 1906 The Jungle
President that sent the Great White Fleet around the world as a show of American naval strength President Theodore Roosevelt
Conservationist group founded by John Muir Sierra Club
President Theodore Roosevelt won the Nobel Prize in 1906 for helping to end this war Russo-Japanese War
Gave the United States the right to build and police a canal in Panama in 1901 Hay-Pauncefote Treaty
Who helped rid the panama Canal Zone of infectious disease? Colonel William Gorgas
Assured product safety and quality Pure Food and Drug Act
He said "Speak softly and carry a big stick." Theodore Roosevelt
Wrote a corollary to the Monroe Doctrine Theodore Roosevelt
He became president in 1910 by promising to continue Theodore Roosevelt's policies William Henry Taft
This composer wrote "Blessed Assurance" and many other famous hymns. Fanny Crosby
What party was formed by Theodore Roosevelt in the election of 1912? Bull Moose Party
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