This was the name of the ship that exploded by Havana Harbor before the Spanish-American War
This resource was wanted in Hawaii during Queen Liliuokalani's reign
This place formerly owned by Russia was acquired for 7.2 million dollars in 1867 by William Seward
After the Spanish American War, America gained control of all of these places EXCEPT...
These two countries were fighting prior to America getting involved in 1898
Substituting "Dollars for Bullets" would be a diplomacy/ foreign policy done by which President?
Spreading Democracy and having good morals when working with other countries most sounds like who's foreign policy?
"Speak softly and carry a big stick, you will go far" most sounds like who's foreign policy?
Exaggerated, sensationalized, and not backed up by facts in the media is considered what?
Who was in control of Panama before America intervened before building the Panama Canal
A waterway that is "man-made" or created by humans that helps with transportation and trade is called a what
What part of the world were Wilson's, Taft's, and Roosevelt's foreign policies focused in on?
A official person from the government who represents a country's interests in a foreign country
When powerful nations built large empires by gaining economic (money) and political (government) control over smaller/weaker nations--> This definition most likely means
The strategies and negotiations a country has with other nations
After a 1976 Naval and forensic study, who was actually found responsible for the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine 78 years after the fact
In 1898, Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst used Yellow Journalism to blame what group for the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine
Since more Americans died by disease rather then actual battle during the Spanish American War... the nickname for the Spanish American War is?
The most significant Battle during the Spanish American War won by Teddy Roosevelt's cavalry was called what
Teddy Roosevelt's Cavalry regiment (or army that rode on horses) was called what?