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AMERICAN  EXPANSION AFTER THE SPANISH AMERICAN WAR-- SELECTED RESOURCES

Keeley Library   Revised   January 25, 2001
See also: 
United States History
Public Administration 
(for related government and foreignpolicy 

BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT THE U.S. IMPERIALISM

in World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago:  World Book, 2001 
Ref. 031 W927 1990 v. 20, v.10
 in Encyclopedia Americana. Danbury, CT:Grolier, 1999
Ref. 031 E56A 1999 v.27, and v.14
Handlin, Oscar. "United States, History of the 1870-1916" v.  20 See Foreign Affairs  pages 183-, 184
Greenberger, Allen J. "Imperialism" v.10
Kaplan, Laurence S. "United States--International  Relations and Diplomacy" v. 27, see pp. 723+
Winks, Robin S. "Imperialism" v. 14

REFERENCE BOOKS

Ref. 327.73 B156 
 
Diplomatic History of the American People Detailed background information for:
Chapters, 29, "Samoa and Hawaii: an ImperialisticPerspective";  Chapter 30,
"Anglo-American Tensions and the Venezuela Crisis" ; Chapter 3 "America  as  a Great Power, 1898-1900";  Chapter 35, "Theodore Roosevelt and the Far East";
Ref. 909.82 W253 War or Peace in the Twentieth Century "The Open Door Policy"  pp 19-39;  The
Russo-Japanese War" pp. 55-73       (lesson plans)
Ref. 973  A613  v.12 Annals of America  , Volume 12, p. 231-253 include  the following documents:
"Evident  Fitness of Keeping   the Philippines", "Imperialism, Threat  to Liberty" "White Man's Burden", "Lust for Empire"
Ref. 973  A5111 v.10
 
America, Great Crises in Her History Volume 10, includes following documents
"Annexation of Hawail", pp 107-111;  "Open Door in China", pp 165-169;  "Boxer
Rebellion in China", pp 170-178;  "Hay  Pauncefote Treaty", pp. 218-222;
"Capture of Aguinaldo",  pp. 223-225;  "Purchase of Panama", pp 237-248
Ref. 973 C734 v.2 Documents of American History,  Volume 2 Includes following reprinted documents: "Annexation of Hawail";  "Open Door in China"'  "Platform of American Anti-Imperialist League",  etc.

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UNITED STATES--TERRITORIAL EXPANSION UNITED STATES--FOREIGN RELATIONS--(COUNTRY NAME)
IMPERIALISM  (This is a broader terms that will also include books about other  expansionist countries in history.)

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September, 1978  to  June, 2001