NathalyN
  • NathalyN
help me please!
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NathalyN
  • NathalyN
Why was the United States interested in Hawaii? It is a good place for U.S. citizens to go for vacation to relax and enjoy the ocean. The people who live there are good looking. They wanted to expand the cattle industry and Hawaii had resources to aid in the expansion. * The great natural resources and is a good place for the U.S. to refuel planes. Why did the U. S. become interested in expanding into overseas territory in the late 1800s? It was a financially sound move. It expanded our military presence in the world. It expanded our social and political presence in the world. all of the above* none of above How did the Spanish American War start? Americans were upset about the reports of Spanish cruelty to Cubans. The USS Maine exploded. Trouble in Cuba disturbed trade with the U.S. all of the above none of above* Of which territories did the United States take control after the Spanish American War? Puerto Rico Guam The Philippines all of the above* none of above Why did the Untied States want to get involved in trade in China? They had food that was necessary for the survival of U.S. citizens.* They are a rich source of oil and other natural energy sources that Americans need for daily living. It made sense to join other nations who were trading and investing there. The U.S. just liked the Chinese people. Hawaii became a state in the 1800s. True* False When a country expands, gaining economic, political, or military control over another country it is called imperialism. True* False The United States got involved in Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and Guam after the Spanish American War. True* False When the Japanese first saw a modern steamship they thought they were looking at "giant dragons puffing smoke." True* False There was an Open Door policy between the U.S. and the other countries that traded in China. True* False
NathalyN
  • NathalyN
can someone check my answers??
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  • NathalyN
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Jadeishere
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the first one is incorrect. The USS Maine got blown up in the Havana Harbor the second is correct the third is correct, it might be the second option but I believe you're right the fourth is false- it became a state in August of 1959 I believe the fifth is correct the sixth is correct the seventh is correct the eighth is correct I hope I've helped you >.< Lol Good luck!

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