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U.S. Imperialism
19th Century
By ANNE LANSHE
About the Author
Click on the picture to return to the
Title Page
• Hi! My name is
Anne Lanshe.
• I am a special
education teacher at
Marple Newtown
high school.
• I enjoy preparing
technology-related
lessons for my
students.
The United States Becomes A
World Power
– THE U.S. TRADES WITH JAPAN
– THE U.S. ANNEXES HAWAII
– THE U.S. GOES TO WAR WITH SPAIN
– THE U.S. CREATES AN OPEN-DOOR
POLICY WITH CHINA
– THE U.S. BUILDS THE PANAMA CANAL
In 1854, President Franklin Pierce Sent
Commodore Matthew Perry to Set up
Trade With the Isolated Nation of Japan.
• Find out about U.S.
Commodore Matthew
Perry and his historic
1853 voyage to
Japan.
Listen to Japan’s national anthem,
• View and print a
map of Japan. Read
facts about Japan.
“The Reign of Our Emperor”.
In 1893, the United States Government
Supported a Revolution to Overthrow
Queen Liliuokalani of the Hawaiian
Islands.
• Find out about America’s
only queen, Liliuokalani.
• See and hear about
Hawaii’s pineapple
industry.
Listen to the “Hawaii Five-O” television show
theme song.
• View and print a map of
Hawaii.
In 1898, the United States
Declared War on Spain.
•
View a picture of the U.S.S. Maine,
an American ship that mysteriously
blew up in the harbor at Havana,
Cuba, and precipitated the SpanishAmerican War.
•
View a photograph of Admiral
Dewey and his battleship Olympia.
Dewey was the American naval war
hero who defeated the Spanish at
the Battle of Manila Bay in the
Philippines.
•
View a photograph of Theodore
Roosevelt’s Rough Riders, who
defeated the Spanish at the Battle
of San Juan Hill in Cuba.
Listen to Cuba’s national anthem,
“Sons of Bayamo”
Listen to the Philippines national anthem,
“Marcha Nacional Filipina”.
In 1899, the United States
Forced China to Agree to an
Open-door Trading Policy
•
What was the Open Door Policy?
•
Analyze an American
political cartoon from 1900
about the Open Door Policy.
•
Read and respond to U.S.
Secretary of State John Hay’s
letter about the Open Door
Policy.
•
View and print a map of China.
Read facts about modern China.
Listen to China’s national anthem,
“March of the Volunteers”.
In 1907, the United States
Began Digging in Panama to
Link the Pacific Ocean With the
Caribbean Sea.
• What is the Panama Canal?
• How does the Panama Canal
work?
• View a history of the building
of the Panama Canal.
• View and print a map of Panama.
Look at facts about Panama.
Listen to Panama’s national anthem,
“Isthmus Anthem”