5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- By avoiding involvement in the affairs of other countries, Americans were practicing...
- What document suggested that the U.S. closely watched debtor nations?
- Platt Amendment
- Hay-Herran Treaty
- Teller Amendment
- a Amendment to the Cuban constitution that gave the U.S. the right to become involved in Cuba's foreign and domestic affairs; remained in effect until 1934.
- b Agreement with Colombia that would have given the U.S. a 99-year lease on a 5 mile-wide strip of land across the Isthmus of Panama; rejected by the Colombian senate.
- c Roosevelt Corollary
- d Isolationism
- e U.S. resolution declaring that the United States did not intend to take over and annex an independent Cuba.
5 Multiple choice questions
- poet and patriot that was exiled out of Cuba.
- False, equal trade with China
- democratic reformer who began the Mexican Revolution.
- National policy of avoiding involvement in other nations' affairs.
- Secretary of State who sent a series of notes to Japan and most European nations outlining what became known as the Open Door Policy.
5 True/False questions
Dr. William C. Gorgas... → organized a vast effort to rid the canal route of disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Emilio Aguinaldo → one of the people who led movements to overthrow General Victoriano Huerta;supported democratic reformer Fransisco Madero against Porfirio Diaz; Hero to Mexico's poor.
The use of sensational exaggerated stories... → Chinese nationalists known as Boxers attacked foreigners in order to end outside involvement in China's affairs;put down by U.S. Marines and other forces after two months.
True or False: William Seward's purchase of Alaska bought many benefits to the U.S. → True
Dollar Diplomacy → Using Economic power and business investment to influence events, encourage stability, and keep European nations out of the region by expanding American businesses there.