1865-1913. American Imperialism. Toward the New Imperialism. Imperialism in a Global Context. The Second Industrial Revolution had generated a desire for new markets in which American manufacturers could sell their wares. Added to this was renewed European competition to colonize, this time in Asia and the Pacific Rim. Many of these nations pursued these colonies for religious reasons, to bring Christianity to the new territories. .
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Chapter 20 Seizing an American Empire,
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18651913 American Imperialism Toward the New Imperialism Imperialism in a Global Context The Second Industrial Revolution had generated a desire for new markets in which American manufacturers could sell their wares Added to this was renewed European competition to colonize this time in Asia ID: 706606 Download Presentation
Essential Question: . Which individuals and events moved the US into the role of a world power? . Science and Technology: . technological advances fueled US imperialism at the turn of the 20. th. c. Improved equipment increased farm and factory output. Increased output led to a surplus of goods and prompted the need of overseas markets. .
Section 1: Imperialism and America. Section 2: The Spanish-American-Cuban War. Section 3: Acquiring New Lands. Section 4: America as a World Power. Section 1: Imperialism & America. Objectives. To summarize the causes & effects of European and Asian imperialism.
Factors . Leading to Imperialism . Increase in U.S. population, wealth, and production led to overseas markets and raw materials (DOLLARS). Missionary work – Josiah Strong (DIETY). Expand our military power to protect interests abroad (DEFENSE).
“IMPERIALISM”. Timeframe: 1890-1909. American . Foreign & . Domestic Policy. Imperialism. : the creation and/or maintenance of an unequal economic, cultural, and territorial relationship, often in the form of an empire, based on domination and subordination." .
1775–1783. I. Congress Drafts George Washington. Second Continental Congress. meets in Philadelphia on May 10, 1775:. Most important single action—selected George Washington to head army:. Choice was made with considerable misgivings.
Chapter 3. . New Empires in the Americas . Section 1. The Conquistadores. Cort. és and the Aztec. Conquistadores – Spanish soldiers who led military expeditions in the . Americas. Moctezuma. II was ruler of Aztec Empire. .
Event Reporting. Adverse Events – . key points. Do . not report events EXISTING PRIOR to randomization . (unless there is a change in severity). Report the DIAGNOSIS, not the symptoms:. Fever, cough, chest pain, crackles = .
A New Rome in a New Setting. Rome was divided into Eastern and Western sections. . Justinian took over leadership of Rome. Battled against Germanic Tribes. He would reconquer all of the land Rome had ever controlled. .
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