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Alfred Thayer Mahan
Anti-Imperialist League
Boxers
Dupuy de Lome Letter
Foraker Act
George Dewey
McKinley
Open Door Notes
Philippines
Platt Amendment
Pulitzer and Hearst
Rough Riders
Spanish-American War
The Maine
Wilson-Gorman tariff

American Imperialism Word Search

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Word Search
Description

anti imperialist league
empire
republic
insular cases
foraker act
philippine war
boxer rebellion
open door policy
platt amendment
teller amendment
Spanish american war
monroe doctrine
yellow press
Territorial acquisition
Imperialism

American Imperialism Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Dollar Diplomacy
Roosevelt Corollary
Panama Canal
Boxer Rebellion
Open Door Policy
spheres of influence
Liliuokalani
William H. Seward
isolationism
Imperialism
Platt Amendment
Anti-Imperialist League
Emilio Aguinaldo
Teller amendment
yellow journalism

America Claims An Empire Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This person announced that if they were to be restored to power, they would behead those who had conspired to overthrow them. Queen Liliuokalani
An example would be United States joining Europe to establish colonies overseas. Imperialism
He wanted to compete with powerful nations which resulted in the United States building nine steel-hulled cruisers. Alfred Mahan
He arranged for the United States to buy Alaska from the Russians. William Seward
Where did they build the naval base which the United States pressured Hawaii for? Pearl Harbor
Who became head of the government after they overthrew the queen? Sanford Dole
Which Cuban poet launched a revolution in 1895? José Martí
__________________ was sent by Spain to Cuba to restore order. Valeriano Weyler
Sensational style of writing that exaggerates the news to lure and enrage readers. yellow journalism
President McKinley ordered the ______________ to Cuba to bring home American citizens in danger. USS Maine
Who gave command to open fire on the Spanish at the Philippine capital? George Dewey
Volunteer cavalry under the command of Leonard Wood and Theodore Roosevelt. Rough Riders
What was a decisive battle of the Spanish–American War? San Juan Hill
_______________ ended the Revolutionary War between Great Britain and the United States. Treaty of Paris
Which law establishes civilian government in Puerto Rico? Foraker Act
____________ stipulated seven conditions for the withdrawal of United States troops remaining in Cuba Platt Amendment
President Wilson ordered __________ to capture Villa dead or alive. John J. Pershing
Who opposed Carranza’s provisional government? Emiliano Zapata
Who was a leader of the leaders who opposed Carranza's provisional government? Pancho Villa
Which policy guaranteed loans made to foreign countries? dollar diplomacy
The ____________ was an addition to the Monroe Doctrine. Roosevelt Corollary
What connects the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean? Panama Canal
What was the secret Chinese organization fighting against the spread of western influences called? Boxer Rebellion

American Imperialism Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Yellow Journalism
Anti-Imperialist League
Isolationism
Spheres of Influence
Panama Canal
Teller Amendment
Platt Amendment
William H. Seward
Open Door Policy
Roosevelt Corollary
Emilio Aguinaldo
Imperialism
Liliuokalani
Boxer Rebellion
Dollar Diplomacy

An Emerging World Power Ch. 18 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Policy by which strong nations extend their political, military, and economic control over weaker territories? Imperialism
Anything bought or sold; any article of commerce? Commodity
Military historian and U.S. Navy officer; transformed America into a naval power? Alfred T Mahan
New steam-powered battleship? USS Maine
In 1867 what did the U.S. take possession of? Midway Islands
In 1967 what state the U.S. purchase? Alaska
What natural resource was often found in Alaska at this time? oil
Who did the U.S. go to war with in 1898 Spain
Cuban patriot who launched a war for independence from Spain? Jose Marti
What were Joseph Pulitzer and William Hearst's publications called? Yellow Press
Popular comic-strip character for the Yellow Press? Yellow Kid
Volunteers to capture San Juan hill? Rough Riders
What nickname did the Righteous and Harmoniou Fist win? Boxers
No longer in use or practice; out of date? Obsolete
Leader of the Filipino nationalists who defeated the Spanish army? Aguinaldo
Signed by Spain and the United States in December 1898? Treaty of Paris
Rebellion against U.S. rule? Insurrection
Form of non-traditional warfare generally involving small bands of fighters to attack behind the American lines? Guerilla Warfare
This helped established a civil government in Puerto Rico? Foraker Act
Led Rough Riders to capture San Juan hill? Teddy Roosevelt

Choice Board: Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

monarch under house arrest Queen Liliuokalani
powerful nation Imperialism
IMPORTANT 19th century strategist (US navy) Alfred Mahan
Secretary of State that organized purchase of Alaska from Russia William Seward
U.S naval base in Hawaii that was bombed in during WWII Pearl Harbor
After overthrowing of monarchy in Hawaii, he headed the govt. (pineapple co.) Sanford Dole
Cuban activist that fought for Cuban independence Jose Marti
Spanish General who controlled rebellions in Cuba Valeriano Weyler
False Publications Yellow Journalism
American ship that exploded USS Marine
Leader that destroyed every Spanish ship in Phillippenes George Dewey
Roosevelt High School mascot Rough Riders
Victory after battle in Kettle Hill San Juan Hill
Spain and U.S agreement in France Treaty of Paris
No more force over Puerto Rico Foraker Act
US used this to "take advantage" of Cuba Platt Amendment
"Parental" system with a country's affairs Protectorate
Filipino leader that fought for freedom because of confusion Emilio Aginaldo
Created Open Door notes John Hay
No more monopoly on trade Open Door notes
Martial arts to rebel against Chinese hardships Boxer Rebellion
helped Panama become independent Panama Canal
Big stick diplomacy Roosevelt Corollary
criticized by many dollar diplomacy
Mexican rebellion leader duo Zapata Villa

America as a World Power Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Yellow Journalism
William H. Sewerd
Teller Amendment
Spheres of Influence
Roosevelt Corollary
Plat Amendment
panama canal
Open door policy
Mexican revolution
isolationism
Imperialist league
Imperialism
Emilio Aguinaldo
Dollar diplomacy
Boxer Rebellion

Chapter 18 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The policy by which strong nations extend their political, military, and economic control over weaker territories. Imperialism
A military historian and an officer in the United States Navy, and he played a key role in transforming America into a naval power Mahan
Sailed a fleet of American warships into present day Tokyo Bay, Japan. Perry
The belief that life consists of competitive struggles in which only the fittest survive SocialDarwinism
Resented the increasing power of the white planters, who owned much of the Hawaiian island. Liliuokalani
A Cuban patriot who launched a war for independence from Spain. Marti
Aggressive nationalism Jingoism
A commodore who steamed his squadron of vessels into Manila Bay Dewey
Officially ended the war and was signed by Spain and the United States in December 1898 Treaty of Paris
Rebellion Insurrection
A form of non-traditional warfare generally involving small bands of fighters to attack behind American lines. Guerrilla Warfare
A president of the United States who also became governor of Philippines. Taft
He was a U.S. Secretary of State who issued the first of a series of notes to foreign diplomats in 1899. Hay
This was used by the United States to show that we wanted to “preserve Chinese territorial and administrative entity.” Open Door Policy
This pact states that the school board pledged to end its segregation policy. Russo Japanese War
Sixteen white battleships were sent by Roosevelt in a “good will cruise” around the world Great White Fleet
Established a civil government in Puerto Rico Foraker Act
This restricted the rights of newly independent Cubans and effectively brought the island within the U.S. sphere Platt Amendment
35.000 workers helped dig this in, often in very difficult conditions. Panama Canal
updated the Monroe Doctrine for an age of economic imperialism Roosevelt Corollary

US foreign policy Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

In 1823 this president issued the Monroe doctrine James Monroe
In the 1840s this president used an aggressive foreign policy James Polk
In the gilded age the US emerged as an ________ power by gaining Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines Imperial
From the American revolution to the civil war, America gained ________ territories but remained neutral Western
American industry grew so large that companies needed new sources of raw materials and _______ markets to sell their products Overseas
In 1890 the US census revealed that the _______ was closed American frontier
Americans felt the need to keep up with other european imperial nations who were building __________. Colonies
________ encouraged the USA to build a modern navy Alfred Mahan
Many believed in __________. Social darwinisim
Not all Americans believed in ________. Imperialism
The anti-imperialist league formed in 1899 to fight US annexation of the _______ Philippines
Many argued that the US had no right to force American _________ upon others Culture
The ________ transformed the USA into an economic power Industrial revolution
The USA built the worlds largest ______ Navy
America annexed important new territories in the ____ and asia Carribean
In 1820-1890, Americans moved to Hawaii as missionaries and _______ plantation owners Fruit
In Hawaii Americans _________ the queen in 1823 and Hawaii was annexed by the USA in 1898 Overthrew
The Filipino American war began after the Philippines were _______. Annexed
The Filipino American lasted _______ years Three
In 1825 _____ declared their independence from spain Cubans

Imperialism Bingo Cards

Type
Bingo Cards
Description

Spanish-American War
Manila Bay
Imperialism
Panama Canal
"Big Stick" policy
Alfred Mahan
Yellow fever
Roosevelt Corollary
William Randolph Hearst
Joseph Pulitzer
Boxer Rebellion
Hawaii
Humanitarian
Cuba
"Open Door" policy
U.S.S. Maine
Mark Twain
Teller Amendment
Monroe Doctrine
William Seward
Ostend Manifesto
Dollar Diplomacy
Treaty of Portsmouth
Puerto Rico

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