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Chapter 27 Outline

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Chapter 27 Outline Catherine Snyder, P. 1 Imperialist Stirrings ?Yellow press?: described foreign exploits as manly adventures Our Country: Its Possible Future and Its Present Crisis: by Josiah Strong, encouraged missionaries in imperialism Theodore Roosevelt/Congressman Henry Cabot Lodge: believed in social Darwinism, needed to prove America?s dominance The Influence of Sea Power upon History: by Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan, argued that control of the sea was the key to world dominance, stimulated naval race among the great powers ?Big Sister? policy: pushed for by James G. Blaine, aimed to rally Latin American (LA) nations behind the US (leader)


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Mining: From Dishpan to Ore Breaker Mining took off in California and soon spread throughout the entire United States, showing a prosperous future for America. The Fourty-Niners flocked out to California and Colorado when gold was discovered and started mining instantly. However, in both situations, the gold ran out very quickly. The Comstock Lode was discovered in Nevada and a fantastic amount of gold and silver was mined, at an estimated $340 million. After surface gold was found, ore-breaking machinery was brought in to make the job easier for everyone. Mining added to American literature with the writings of Bret Harte and Mark Twain. Beef Bonanzas and the Long Drive
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