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Welcome!. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute December 21, 2010 U.S. History Mr. Green. 1. All of the following stimulated U.S. imperialism except A. a need for a new source of cheap labor B. economic competition with other nations C. political and military competition with other nations

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Welcome

Welcome!

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

December 21, 2010

U.S. History

Mr. Green


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1. All of the following stimulated U.S. imperialism except

A. a need for a new source of cheap labor

B. economic competition with other nations

C. political and military competition with other nations

D. a belief in the moral superiority of the Anglo-Saxon culture

2. All of the following were imperialist powers in the late 1800’s except

A. Japan

B. Spain

C. China

D. the United States

3. Sanford B. Dole served as president of this territory.

A. Guam

B. Philippines

C. Hawaii

D. Samoa

4. She was removed from power when the U.S. military arrived at the shores of Hawaii

A. Queen Liliuokalani

B. Queen Victoria

C. Queen Mary

D. Queen Elizabeth

5. Reporting that exaggerated the news to lure new readers is known as

a. muckraking

B. yellow journalism

C. advertising

D. manipulation


Agenda topics to be covered

Agenda/Topics To Be Covered

The students will identify the events that escalated conflict between the United States and Spain by describing the course of the War of 1898

Hand-in:

Announcement: Take out papers from yesterday

Warm-up Question: Complete the Independent work and exit ticket from yesterday. You have 8 minutes to do so.


Independent work

Independent work

Create a flow chart showing causes and effects of imperialism by the United States.


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

Complete question #2 on page 367


The spanish american cuban war ch 10 sec 2 pgs 370 374

The Spanish-American-Cuban War Ch. 10 Sec. 2 pgs. 370-374

American Interest in Cuba

Americans wanted Cuba as a slave state prior to the Civil War

Cuban Political and economic instability

Many rebellions

Sugar main crop

U.S. tariffs helped and hindered sugar economy

Second War for Independence

Jose Marti organized Cuban revolution from NYC

U.S. split on what to do


The threat of war escalates

The Threat of War Escalates

Spain sent General Weyler to restore order

Imprisoned 300,000 Cubans

Yellow Journalism

William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer fought for readers by exaggerating stories

“you furnish the pictures and I’ll furnish the

war”

The De Lome Letter

McKinley tried diplomatic means to avoid war

The letter criticized McKinley


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U.S.S. Maine explodes

U.S. ship exploded in the Caribbean and Spain was blamed on February 15, 1898

War Breaks Out

Spain was going to give everything U.S. wanted

U.S. declared war on April 20, 1898

War actually starts in the Philippines on May 1, 1898 when the U.S. destroyed Spain’s fleet

U.S. forces invade Cuba

Admiral William T. Sampson sealed Spanish fleet in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba

Rough Riders

4 African-American regiments

Led by Teddy Roosevelt and Leonard Wood

Helped secure San Juan Hill


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Treaty of Paris 1898

“a splendid little war”

December 10, 1898

Independent Work

Identify the agreement details between Spain and the United States


Homework

Homework

  • Chapter 10 Section 2 Guided Reading due on Wednesday

  • Read Chapter 10 Section 3


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