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Jeopardy: Imperialism, Progressivism & WWI Imperialism Rise of a Superpower The Progressive Era WWI:

Jeopardy: Imperialism, Progressivism & WWI Imperialism Rise of a Superpower The Progressive Era WWI: Origins 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 WWI: Impact

IMPERIALISM - 1 • The U. S. purchased this piece of land, known as

IMPERIALISM - 1 • The U. S. purchased this piece of land, known as “Seward’s Ice-Box” from Russia in 1867 for $7. 2 million. • Alaska

IMPERIALISM - 2 • The Open Door Notes, written by Secretary of State, John

IMPERIALISM - 2 • The Open Door Notes, written by Secretary of State, John Hay argued that the U. S. should have unfettered access to markets in what nation? • China

IMPERIALISM - 3 • This U. S. Navy Admiral argued that whatever nation controls

IMPERIALISM - 3 • This U. S. Navy Admiral argued that whatever nation controls the seas will control the world in his influential book The Influence of Sea Power Upon History 1660 -1783. • Alfred Thayer Mahan

IMPERIALISM- 4 • This 1890 piece of legislation strongly influenced American businessmen in Hawaii

IMPERIALISM- 4 • This 1890 piece of legislation strongly influenced American businessmen in Hawaii to obtain American annexation. • Mc. Kinley Tariff

IMPERIALISM - 5 • The Roosevelt Corollary built off of what established American foreign

IMPERIALISM - 5 • The Roosevelt Corollary built off of what established American foreign policy? • Monroe Doctrine

SUPERPOWER - 1 • This treaty signed in 1898 formally ended the Spanish-American War?

SUPERPOWER - 1 • This treaty signed in 1898 formally ended the Spanish-American War? • Treaty of Paris

SUPERPOWER - 2 • America’s actions in the Philippines garnered much opposition, this opposition

SUPERPOWER - 2 • America’s actions in the Philippines garnered much opposition, this opposition was led by this man who believed that the United States had promised independence. • Emilio Aguinaldo

SUPERPOWER - 3 • Former President Grover Cleveland, Democratic nominee William Jennings Bryan, Jane

SUPERPOWER - 3 • Former President Grover Cleveland, Democratic nominee William Jennings Bryan, Jane Addams and Mark Twain were leading members of this group which opposed America’s entrance into the Spanish-American War. • The Anti-Imperialist League

SUPERPOWER - 4 • Prior to the construction of the Panama Canal, the United

SUPERPOWER - 4 • Prior to the construction of the Panama Canal, the United States offered Panama assistance in its liberation from what Latin American nation. • Colombia

SUPERPOWER - 5 • List the components of the Treaty of Paris. • Spain

SUPERPOWER - 5 • List the components of the Treaty of Paris. • Spain frees Cuba • Guam and Puerto Rico belong to U. S. • Philippines sold to U. S. for $20 Million

The Progressive Era - 1 • Identify the four major themes of the Progressive

The Progressive Era - 1 • Identify the four major themes of the Progressive Movement • • protecting social welfare promoting moral improvement creating economic reform fostering efficiency

The Progressive Era - 2 • This Muckraking journalist exposed the lack of sanitation

The Progressive Era - 2 • This Muckraking journalist exposed the lack of sanitation in the meatpacking industry in his famous book The Jungle. • Upton Sinclair

The Progressive Era - 3 • In 1911, New York City, this event which

The Progressive Era - 3 • In 1911, New York City, this event which led to the deaths of nearly 150 workers inspired a surge of progressive legislation including work place safety and minimum wage. • Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

The Progressive Era - 4 • This President used of the “Bully Pullpit” to

The Progressive Era - 4 • This President used of the “Bully Pullpit” to communicate his legislative agenda directly to the American people. • Theodore Roosevelt

The Progressive Era - 5 • The election of 1912 consisted of four major

The Progressive Era - 5 • The election of 1912 consisted of four major candidates; please identify each candidate and their political affiliation. • • Eugene Debs (Socialist) Woodrow Wilson (Democrat) William Howard Taft (Republican) Teddy Roosevelt (Bull Moose)

WWI: ORIGINS - 1 • • • Complete the acronym. Militarism Alliances Nationalism Imperialism

WWI: ORIGINS - 1 • • • Complete the acronym. Militarism Alliances Nationalism Imperialism Assassination

WWI: ORIGINS - 2 • List the Allies • France, England, Russia, U. S.

WWI: ORIGINS - 2 • List the Allies • France, England, Russia, U. S. • List the Central Powers • Germany, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire

WWI: ORIGINS - 3 • The sinking of this British liner by a German

WWI: ORIGINS - 3 • The sinking of this British liner by a German U -Boat greatly outraged Americans and strengthened ties with Great Britain. • The Lusitania

WWI: ORIGINS - 4 • Germany promised to help Mexico recover “lost territory in

WWI: ORIGINS - 4 • Germany promised to help Mexico recover “lost territory in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona” in this document which was intercepted by the British government and quickly dispatched to the United States. • The Zimmerman Note

WWI: ORIGINS - 5 • Prior to World War I, this country regarded itself

WWI: ORIGINS - 5 • Prior to World War I, this country regarded itself as “protector of the Serbs. ” • Russia

WWI: IMPACT - 1 • In an effort to limit disloyalty Congress passed these

WWI: IMPACT - 1 • In an effort to limit disloyalty Congress passed these two laws in 1917, which some believe violated the first amendment. • Espionage & Sedition Acts

WWI: IMPACT - 2 • Once Wilson received Congressional approval for the war, George

WWI: IMPACT - 2 • Once Wilson received Congressional approval for the war, George Creel headed up this agency, responsible for popularizing the war. • Committee on Public Information

WWI: IMPACT - 3 • Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points supported the belief that groups

WWI: IMPACT - 3 • Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points supported the belief that groups that claimed distinct ethnic identities were to form their own nationstates. • Self-Determination

WWI: IMPACT - 4 • Please list the “Big Four” of the Versailles peace

WWI: IMPACT - 4 • Please list the “Big Four” of the Versailles peace process and identify the country to which they belonged. • • Woodrow Wilson (U. S. ) David Lloyd George (England) Georges Clemenceau (France) Vittorio Orlando (Italy)

WWI: IMPACT - 5 • The Germans felt humiliated following the Treaty of Versailles,

WWI: IMPACT - 5 • The Germans felt humiliated following the Treaty of Versailles, please list three major outcomes of the Treaty of Versailles on the Germans. • War Guilt Clause • Reparations • Loss of colonies