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chapter 22 questions

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In 1853 who traveled to Japan and asked them to open their ports? In 1853 Matthew Perry traveled to Japan.
When Perry returned in 1854, the Japanese signed what treaty? the Japanese signed the Treaty of Kanagawa.
Who bought Alaska for &7.2 million dollars? William H. Seward
Who was the secretary of state who proposed an open door policy? John Hay
What did the open door policy do? It gave each foreign nation in China rights to trade freely in the other nations spheres of influence.
What rebellion led to a second open door policy? The Boxer Rebellion
What did the second open door policy stress? The importance of maintaining China's independence and respecting their borders.
Why did the foreign powers agree to the second open door policy? they were alarmed by Hay's revolt.
What greatly impressed the Japanese that solved lots of the United States and Japaneses problems? The Great White Fleet
Events in Cuba triggered or started what war? The Spanish-American War
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