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Name: Date: Use this packet to assess your grasp of the important events, themes, and individuals in the Imperialism Unit. Select the letter of the term, name, or phrase that best completes the statement.
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Name: Date: Use this packet to assess your grasp of the important events, themes, and individuals in the Imperialism Unit. Select the letter of the term, name, or phrase that best completes the statement. A. William McKinley F. Alfred T. Mahan B. Grover Cleveland G. Liliuokalani C. The McKinley Tariff H. Kalakaua D. Congress I. Pearl Harbor E. Sanford B. Dole 1. In 1887, white business leaders force King to change Hawaii's constitution to grant voting rights only to wealthy landowners. 2. In 1887, U.S. military and economic leaders pressure Hawaii to allow the United States to build a naval base at. 3. In 1890, urged by such leaders as U.S. Navy Admiral, the United States constructs many new battleships, transforming the nation into the world's third largest naval power. 4. In 1890, causes a crisis by threatening Hawaiian sugar growers with economic disaster. 5. In 1891, becomes Hawaii's queen and proposes a new constitution. 6. In 1893, with the aid of the U.S. ambassador, white business groups overthrow the Hawaiian government and establish a provisional government with as president. 7. In 1894, President formally recognizes the Republic of Hawaii. 8. In 1897,, who favors the annexation of Hawaii, takes over the presidency from Cleveland. 9. In 1898, proclaims Hawaii an American territory. Select the letter of the term, name, or phrase that best matches each description. Note: Some letters may not be used at all. Some may be used more than once. A. Cuba G. George Dewey B. José Martí H. Philippine islands C. San Juan Hill I. yellow journalism D. U.S.S. Maine J. William McKinley E. Rough Riders K. General Valeriano Weyler F. de Lôme letter 10. This is a sensational style of writing that exaggerates the news to lure readers. 11. This volunteer cavalry unit fought in a famous land battle near Santiago, Cuba. 12. This Cuban poet and journalist launched a Cuban revolution in Soon after this was destroyed, the United States declared war on Spain. 14. This nation gained its independence in the Spanish-American War. Version: 1 1 15. Its criticism of the American president caused American resentment toward Spain to turn to outrage. 16. This general forced Cubans to relocated to reconcentration camps where thousands of them died. 17. After the war, the United States paid 20 million dollars to Spain for the annexation of this land. 18. Theodore Roosevelt was declared the hero of this, even though he and his units played only a minor role in its capture. 19. He was the naval commander who led the American forces that steamed into Manila Bay and destroyed the Spanish fleet. A. Puerto Rico C. Philippines B. Cuba D. China 20. In which nation did the Boxer Rebellion take place? 21. Which nation was directly affected by the Foraker Act? 22. For which nation's independence did Emilio Aguinaldo fight? 23. Which nation was the focus of John Hay's Open Door notes ? 24. To which nation did the Treaty of Paris of 1898 guarantee independence from Spain? 25. Which nation did the Platt Amendment make a U.S. protectorate? 26. Which nation was not affected by the Spanish-American War? 27. Which nation attempted to achieve its independence by going to war against the United States? 28. In which nation did the United States use the same sort of concentration camp practices that it had condemned Spain for using in Cuba? 29. At the turn of the century, which of these nations could be best described as an independent, though bullied, trading partner of the United States? A. Panama Canal F. Roosevelt Corollary B. John J. Pershing G. Mexican Revolution C. dollar diplomacy H. Venustiano Carranza D. Woodrow Wilson I. missionary diplomacy E. Theodore Roosevelt J. Francisco Pancho Villa 30. The Panama Canal was built during his presidency. 31. During his presidency, the United States and Mexico came close to war. 32. He led American forces into Mexico in pursuit of a Mexican revolutionary leader. 33. American troops were sent into Mexico to try to capture this Mexican revolutionary leader. 34. This term refers to the policy of using the U.S. government to guarantee loans made to foreign countries by American business people. 35. Its construction ranks as one of the world's greatest engineering feats. Version: 1 2 36. This term refers to the policy of denying recognition of Latin American governments that the United States viewed as oppressive, undemocratic, or hostile to U.S. interests. 37. Also known as big stick diplomacy, this official American policy stated that disorder in Latin America could force the United States to send its military into Latin American nations to protect American economic interests. Version: 1 3 Answer Sheet 1. H. Kalakaua 2. I. Pearl Harbor 3. F. Alfred T. Mahan 4. C. The McKinley Tariff 5. G. Liliuokalani 6. E. Sanford B. Dole 7. B. Grover Cleveland 8. A. William McKinley 9. D. Congress 10. I. yellow journalism 11. E. Rough Riders 12. B. José Martí 13. D. U.S.S. Maine 14. A. Cuba 15. F. de Lôme letter 16. K. General Valeriano Weyler 17. H. Philippine islands 18. C. San Juan Hill 19. G. George Dewey 20. D. China 21. A. Puerto Rico 22. C. Philippines 23. D. China 24. B. Cuba 25. B. Cuba 26. D. China 27. C. Philippines 28. C. Philippines 29. D. China 30. E. Theodore Roosevelt 31. D. Woodrow Wilson Version: 1 4 32. B. John J. Pershing 33. J. Francisco Pancho Villa 34. C. dollar diplomacy 35. A. Panama Canal 36. I. missionary diplomacy 37. F. Roosevelt Corollary Version: 1 5 Standards Summary: All Standards In Test NCSS II NCSS IX NCSS VI PA A1 PA A2 PA A Time, Continuity, and Change. Human beings seek to understand their historic roots and to locate themselves in time. Such understanding involves knowing what things were like in the past and how things change and develop-allowing us to develop historic perspective and answer important questions about our current condition. Global Connections. The realities of global interdependence require understanding of the increasingly important and diverse global connections among world societies before there can be analysis leading to the development of possible solutions to persisting and emerging global issues. Power, Authority, and Governance. Understanding of the historic development of structures of power, authority, and governance and their evolving functions in contemporary society is essential for the emergence of civic competence. Identify and evaluate the political and cultural contributions of individuals and groups to United States history from 1890 to Present: Political Leaders (e.g., Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt) Identify and evaluate the political and cultural contributions of individuals and groups to United States history from 1890 to Present: Military Leaders (e.g., John Pershing, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight D. Eisenhower) Identify and evaluate the political and cultural contributions of individuals and groups to United States history from 1890 to Present: Version: 1 6
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