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Turn of the Century

Set 2: The Spanish-American War

William McKinley U.S. president during the Spanish-American War
Theodore Roosevelt U.S. president during the construction of the Panama Canal
Spanish-American War war that led to America becoming a world power; America also gained 3 new territories (Guam, Puerto Rico & the Philippines)
Panama Canal man-made short-cut through Central America, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
yellow journalism newspapers writing exaggerated stories about how badly the Spanish people were treating the Cuban and American people
U.S.S. Maine American battleship that exploded in Havana, Cuba harbor believed to have been blown up by mines that Spain planted on the ship
Created by: bethjenkins