This is a collection of three secondary sources showing the history of Hawaiian Sovereignty, spanning from the Spanish-American War in 1898 to modern-day calls for independence.
The collection analyzes three documents and then provides short-constructed response questions for student reading comprehension and analysis. (Note: I do not take any credit for writing the the sources/documents included. Authorship is clearly denoted and cited.)
This is an excellent source for teaching the Spanish-American War and Imperialism in US History. It especially shows the impact the Imperialist Period has on modern-day society. Great critical thinking and document based learning for the social studies classroom!