18. The White Man’s Burden

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/13/09 The White Man’s Burden The United States in the Philippines
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5/13/09 Introduction Sources of growing European/American (or “Western” power) Machine guns Railroads Steamships Telegraph/telephone Anti-malarial drugs (quinine)
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5/13/09 American Expansion in the Nineteenth Century Expansion across the West Mexican-American War (1840s) Indian wars Alaska (1867) Hawaii (1875-1898) Spanish American War (1898-99) Guam, Puerto Rico, Cuba, the
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5/13/09 The US Takes the Philippines Emilio Aguinaldo Paid $20 million to Spain for the Philippines in the peace treaty Philippine Insurrection 4,200 US soldiers killed 15,000 rebel troops (up to 20,000) 20,000 civilians killed, as many as 250,000 dead (or more, malnutrition,
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5/13/09 Balangiga Massacre Filipino guerilla tactics Balangiga, 1901 General Jacob “Howling Wilderness”
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Unformatted text preview: Smith 5/13/09 "Kill every one over ten." - Gen. Jacob H. Smith 5/13/09 Imperialism Debate in the US Teddy Roosevelt Alfred Thayer Mahan Henry Cabot Lodge Andrew Carnegie 5/13/09 5/13/09 An American Colony Gradual movement towards local control and independence in 1920s & 1930s Like Britain in India, Egypt Independence in 1946, after WW2 Schools Hospitals & clinics Public sanitation (compare to US 5/13/09 Motives for Imperialism Rudyard Kipling The White Mans Burden Missionary letters Christian missions and imperialism James Breasted, 5/13/09 from the St. Louis World Fair (1904) 5/13/09 Conclusions The two-ness of colonized peoples Self-righteousness of the colonizers (the white mans burden) Globalization Nationalism & capitalism Traditions & Encounters...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Vanaragon during the Spring '05 term at Calvin.

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