American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources

American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
American Imperialism Source Pack - 22 Primary / Secondary Sources
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This is a Source Pack I put together for my class's study of U.S. Imperialism via a Historiography Unit. It comes after the following Units:

1. Reconstruction (Source Pack here)
2. Western Frontier (Source Pack here)
3. Industrialization (Source Pack here)
4. Gilded Age (Mega Source Pack here)

This Source Pack includes both secondary and primary sources, including historians' texts and includes the following sources:

Secondary Sources / Historians' Sources
Historiography:
- “Nation-Building in the Philippines" by Annick Cizel (2008)
- “The Democratic Language of American Imperialism” by Jeffrey A. Engel (2008)

Assorted Primary Source Documents:
Spanish-American War:
- Josiah Strong, Our Country (1885)
- Henry Davenport Northrop, The War in Cuba (1896)
- "Enforce Peace in Cuba," New York Journal (February 21, 1898)
- Chicago Tribune, March 19, 1898
- Teller Amendment (April 20, 1898)
- Public Opinion (June 23rd, 1898)
- Louis Dalrymple, “Spanish Misrule,” Puck (1898)
- Campaign speech, Albert J. Beveridge, senator, Indiana
(September 16, 1898)
- Louis Dalrymple, “Uncle Sam’s Picnic,” (September 28. 1898)
- Rudyard Kipling, “The White Man’s Burden,” McClure’s Magazine
(February 1899)
- Emilio Aguinaldo, “Aguinaldo’s Case Against the United States,”
North American Review, No. 514 (September 1899)
- William McKinley, speech to a group of clergymen (November 21,
1899)
- Louis Dalrymple, “He Can’t Let Go,” Puck (November 23, 1898)
- William Jennings Bryan, speech, “Paralyzing Influence of
Imperialism” (August 8, 1900)

Open Door Policy / Note:
- John Hay, The Open Door Note (1899)
- J.S. Pughe, “Putting his foot down,” Puck (1899)

Panama Canal:
- “The Panama Danger,” The New York Times (November 5, 1903)
- Theodore Roosevelt, excerpt from Theodore Roosevelt: An
Autobiography (1913)
- William Allen Rogers, “The Big Stick” (1904)

Perfect for a DBQ or multiple DBQs.
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