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  • signing of the treaty of paris

    signing of the treaty of paris
    1.signed on September 3, 1783
    2.ratified by the Congress of the Confederation on 14 January 1784 and by the King of Great Britain on 9 April 1784 .
    3.The other combatant nations, France, Spain and the Dutch Republic had separate agreements
  • queen liliiokalani becomes queen of hawaii

    queen liliiokalani becomes queen of hawaii
  • William Mcinley proclaims Hawaii and officacial state

    William Mcinley proclaims Hawaii and officacial state
  • Matthew Perry sails a fleet to Japan

    Matthew Perry sails a fleet to Japan
  • William Seward buys Alaska

    William Seward buys Alaska
  • TR and rough riders charege san juan hill

    TR and rough riders charege san juan hill
  • USS maine is blown up

    USS maine is blown up
    1,The blowing up of the battleship USS Maaine was a big part in the war.
    2.19th-century ship of the United States Navy, exploded and sank on February 15, 1898.
    3. The cause of the exprostion is still unknown
  • William Mcinley declares war on spain begins spanish american war

    William Mcinley declares war on spain begins spanish american war
  • Rosevelt corollary

    Rosevelt corollary
  • roosefelt sends great white fleet acrosss the world

    roosefelt sends great white fleet acrosss the world
    1.the United States also established a naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to ensure the safety of the Panama Canal, then under construction.
    2.there was 16 battleships involved
    3.They were USS Kearsarge (BB-5), USS Kentucky (BB-6), USS Illinois (BB-7), USS Alabama (BB-8), USS Maine (BB-10), USS Missouri (BB-11), USS Ohio (BB-12), USS Virginia (BB-13), USS Georgia (BB-15), USS New Jersey (BB-16), USS Rhode Island (BB-17), USS Connecticut (BB-18), USS Louisiana (BB-19), USS Vermont (BB-20), USS
  • woodrow Wilson elected President

    woodrow Wilson elected President
  • panama canal completed

    panama canal completed
    1.By the time the canal was completed, a total of 27,500 workmen are estimated to have died in the French and American efforts.
    2.canal had many problems throughout the constuction
    3.Since opening, the canal has been enormously successful, and continues to be a key conduit for international maritime trade.