Imperialism. The United States Becomes a World Power. What should I know by the end of this unit?. Dollar diplomacy Spain Philippines TR George Dewey “Splendid Little War” Hawaii Open Door Policy Concession Anti-imperialists. Hearst Jingoism McKinley USS Maine Rough Riders
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The United States Becomes a World Power
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Throw away your Post-it Notes!!!
Which countries are represented
in this picture?
The Spanish-American War
April 1898 – August 1898
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1. Loss of money in Cuba (1895 – Cubans rebelled –burned canefields and mills) 50 million invested and 100million in trade
2. Reconcentration camps – crush rebellion –
-victims died like dogs
3. Yellow journalism –
4. de Lome letters
McKinley had “no more backbone
than a chocolate éclair.”
Basically, Jingoes fueled the fire
What does this picture represent?
The uniting of the Union & Confederate soldiers for the Spanish-American War
Sanford B. Dole removed
Lili from power and
McKinley annexed Hawaii in
Imperialism Primary Sources
White Man’s Burden
de Lome Letter
The Strenuous Life