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JEOPARDY. Imperialism. Categories. Geography. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Vocabulary. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. People. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Panama Canal. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Spanish American War. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Hodge Podge. 100. 200. 300. 400.

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Jeopardy

JEOPARDY

Imperialism


Categories
Categories

Geography

100

200

300

400

500

Vocabulary

100

200

300

400

500

People

100

200

300

400

500

Panama Canal

100

200

300

400

500

Spanish

American War

100

200

300

400

500

Hodge Podge

100

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400

500



What is speak softly and carry a big stick and you will go far
What is “Speak softly and carry a big stick and you will go far”?

Theodore Roosevelt often quoted this African proverb which meant that words should be backed with power.


Name the country shown
Name the country shown.

What is Japan?



Name the country shown2
Name the country shown.

What are the Philippines?


Name the country shown3
Name the country shown.

What is Panama?


Name the country shown4
Name the country shown.

What is Colombia?


When a country takes control of the land and people of another country or region
When a country takes control of the land and people of another country or region.

What is imperialism?


The policy of having little to do with foreign nations
The policy of having little to do with foreign nations. another country or region.

What is isolationism?


This is exaggerated news reports of events
This is exaggerated news reports of events. another country or region.

What is yellow journalism?


Don t choke
“Don’t Choke!” another country or region.

Daily

Double


These areas around seaports had special trading privileges in china
These areas around seaports had special trading privileges in China.

What are spheres of influence?



These editors created yellow journalism in their newspapers
These editors created yellow journalism in their newspapers. China.

Who were Joseph Pulitzer and

William Randolph Hearst?


This person bought alaska from the russians it was considered his folly
This person bought Alaska from the Russians. It was considered his “Folly.”

Who was William Seward?


This man led a charge up san juan hill
This man led a charge up San Juan Hill. considered his “Folly.”

Who was Theodore Roosevelt?


This butcher set up concentration camps in cuba
This “butcher” set up concentration camps in Cuba. considered his “Folly.”

Who was General Weyler?


This president created dollar diplomacy
This president created Dollar Diplomacy. considered his “Folly.”

Who was William Howard Taft?


This was the cause of the disease yellow fever or malaria
This was the cause of the disease yellow fever or malaria. considered his “Folly.”

What are mosquitoes?


This country built the panama canal
This country built the Panama Canal. considered his “Folly.”

What is the United States?


Don t choke1
“Don’t Choke!” considered his “Folly.”

Daily

Double


These were used to raise and lower ships on the canal
These were used to raise and lower ships on the canal. considered his “Folly.”

What are locks?


This policy created by Roosevelt allowed the U.S. to intervene in Latin American affairs and control the canal.

What is the Roosevelt Corollary?







The u s gained these two countries after the war free
The U.S. gained these two countries after the war (free). Juan Hill.

What are Puerto Rico

and Guam?



President taft believed in substituting the power of trade instead of bullets in this policy
President Taft believed in substituting the power of trade instead of bullets in this policy.

What is Dollar

Diplomacy?


This nation is expanding its territory in the cartoon shown
This nation is expanding its territory in the cartoon shown. instead of bullets in this policy.

What is the United States?


This first attracted large numbers of americans to alaska
This first attracted large numbers of Americans to Alaska. instead of bullets in this policy.

What is gold?


America reserved the right to interfere with latin america with this policy
America reserved the right to interfere with Latin America with this policy.

What is the Roosevelt Corollary?


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