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CHAPTER 27: EMPIRE AND EXPANSION America Turns Outward Know: Josiah Strong, Alfred Mahan, Richard Olney, British Guiana, Great Rapprochement 1. What factors caused America to turn its attention to the world beyond her borders? Spurning the Hawaiian Pear Know: Queen Liliuokalani 2. Why did President Cleveland not want to annex Hawaii? C..

CHAPTER 27: EMPIRE AND EXPANSION

America Turns Outward

    Know: Josiah Strong, Alfred Mahan, Richard Olney, British Guiana, Great Rapprochement 1. What factors caused America to turn its attention to the world beyond her borders?

Spurning the Hawaiian Pear

    Know: Queen Liliuokalani

    2. Why did President Cleveland not want to annex Hawaii?

Cubans Rise in Revolt

    Know: General Valeriano Weyler

    3. What was happening in Cuba that caused Americans to be concerned?

Dewey's May Day Victory at Manila

    Know: Teddy Roosevelt, George Dewey

    4. Why did Commodore Dewey have such an easy victory over the Spanish fleet at the Philippines?

The Confused Invasion of Cuba

    Know: Rough Riders, Teddy Roosevelt, San Juan Hill

    5. Describe the fighting in Cuba.

America's Course (Curse?) of Empire

    Know: Anti-Imperialist League

    6. What were the arguments for and against the annexation of the Philippines?

Makers of America: The Puerto Ricans

    7. How has U.S. citizenship caused Puerto Ricans to be different from other immigrants?

Perplexities in Puerto Rico and Cuba

    Know: Insular Cases, General Leonard Wood, Walter Reed, Platt Amendment, Guantanamo 8. Describe American treatment of Cuba after the Spanish-American War.

New Horizons in Two Hemispheres

    9. What were the outcomes of the Spanish-American War?

"Little Brown Brothers" in the Philippines

    Know: William Howard Taft, Benevolent Assimilation

    10. In what way do the Philippines show the good and bad sides of American imperialism?

Hinging the Open Door in China

    Know: Open Door notes, Boxer Rebellion

    11. Was American involvement in China beneficial to China?

Makers of America: The Filipinos

    12. Were Filipino immigrants welcomed with open arms in America? Explain.

Imperialism or Bryanism in 1900?

    13. What issues were important in the 1900 election?

TR: Brandisher of the Big Stick

    Know: big-stick diplomacy, Bully Pulpit

    14. Give evidence to show that Teddy Roosevelt was an unconventional president?

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    Building the Panama Canal

    Know: Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, Philippe Bunau-Varilla, George Washington Goethals, William C. Gorgas 15. Why was the Panama route chosen for the canal?

TR's Perversion of Monroe's Doctrine

    Know: Roosevelt Corollary, Dominican Republic, Bad Neighbor

    16. Explain the similarities and differences between the Monroe Doctrine and the Roosevelt Corollary?

Roosevelt on the World Stage

    Know: Russo-Japanese War, Portsmouth Conference

    17. How did Teddy Roosevelt win the Nobel Peace Prize?

Japanese Laborers in California

    Know: Gentlemen’s Agreement, Great White Fleet

    18. How did a school board in California act in a way that first hurt and then helped American-Japanese

    relations?

Varying Viewpoints: Why did America Become a World Power?

    19. What caused America's foray into imperialism? Defend your opinion.

Additionally:

    James G. Blaine, Dupuy de Lóme, Emilio Aguinaldo, John Hay, reconcentration, jingoism, imperialism, guerrilla warfare, spheres of influence, “yellow peril,” Pan-American Conference, Maine, Teller Amendment, Treaty of

    Paris, Foraker Act, Philippine insurrection, Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty, Panama Canal

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