America Engages the World - Day Three America Engages the...

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Day Three America Engages the World Big Questions : Why was the West so integral to the American imagination in the late nineteenth century? How did the United States emerge as an imperial power in the 1890s? How did race play an integral role in the way Americans and western Europeans understood themselves and the world around them? What were the main reasons for American expansion overseas at the end of the nineteenth century? Key Terms : Battle at Little Bighorn (1876) George Armstrong Custer Buffalo Bill Annie Oakley Mormonism Frederick Jackson Turner Josiah Strong Student Volunteers for Foreign Missions William Borden William Seward “Good Neighbor Policy” James Blaine “Open Door Policy” John Hay Alfred T. Mahan Spanish-American War Theodore Roosevelt William McKinley William Jennings Bryan Anti-Imperialist League Lecture Outline : I. America Looks Beyond Borders a. The West in the American Imagination a.i. The Pull of the Frontier a.i.1.
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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