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Chapter 10 Reading Guide
Use your textbook to answer the following questions:
Section 1, pp. 340-345
1.
Terms and names—for each term or name, explain its significance:
A. Queen Lilliuokalani
B. imperialism
C. Alfred T. Mahan
D. William Seward
E. Pearl Harbor
F. Sanford B. Dole
2.
How did Queen Lilliuokalani’s main goal conflict with American imperialists’ goals?
3.
As you read the section, fill out the chart below by summarizing reasons why the U.S. became an
imperial power.
Roots of American Imperialism
Economic Roots
Political and Military Roots
Racist roots
4.
What did Admiral Mahan urge the United States to do to protect its interests?
For each year, identify one important event in the history of U.S. involvement in Hawaii.
1875
1887
1890
1891
1897
1898
Section 2, pp. 346-351
1.
Identify/define the following by explaining its significance.
A. George Dewey
B. Rough Riders
C. San Juan Hill
2.
Why was American opinion about Cuban independence divided?
3.
List the terms of the Treaty of Paris of 1898
A. Cuba
B. Philippines
C. Guam and Puerto Rico
Complete the chart as to how each helped cause the Spanish-American War
American Business
owners
Jose Marti
Valeriano Weyler
Yellow Journalism
De Lome Letter
U.S.S. Maine
Section 3, pp. 352-358
1.
Identify/Define the following by explaining its significance:
A.
Foraker Act
B.
Platt Amendment
C.
Protectorate
D.
Emilio Aguinaldo
E.
John Hay
2.
What sparked the boxer Rebellion in 1900, and how was it crushed?
3.
How did John Hay’s “Open Door Notes” pave the way for greater U.S. influence in Asia?
Section 4, pp. 359-365
1.
Identify/define the following by explaining its significance
A.
Panama Canal
B.
Roosevelt corollary
C.
Dollar diplomacy
D.
Francisco “Poncho” Villa
E.
Emiliano Zapata
F.
John J. Pershing
2.
What conflict triggered the war between Russian and Japan?
3.
Why is the construction of the Panama Canal considered one of the world’s greatest engineering
feats?
4.
Explain the key difference between W. Wilson’s moral diplomacy and Teddy Roosevelt’s “big
stick” diplomacy.
5.
Complete the chart as to the cause and effect of American power around the world.
American Action
Treaty of Portsmouth is
negotiated
U.S. warships are used to
ensure Panama’s
independence
Panama Canal is built
Big Stick Policy
Results/Consequences of that action
Roosevelt corollary is
adopted
American Action
Occupation of Veracruz
Recognition of the Carranza
government
Troops are sent into Mexico
to capture Villa
“Missionary” Diplomacy
Results/Consequences of that Action