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Section 2 Activity Ashley, Daria, and Youser

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Ashley Laboy

on 5 February 2013

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By : Ashley Laboy, Daria Johnson, and Youser Kassim The Spanish American War was a war with Spain and America. It lasted for four months. What was the Spanish American War? The war involved the Americans and the Spanish. Who was involved? It began because Americans grew angry at the Spanish atrocities reporting against Cuba and after the mysterious sinking of the US warship "Maine" in Havana Harbor, which declared war. Why did it happened? The result's of the Spanish, American war was, that United States was given Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and Guam, Pacific. There was a peace treaty signed in Paris , and Cuba was granted freedom from Spain. Later for 20 million ,Spain gave the US the Philippines. 379 men were killed, and 5,000 different Americans died of other causes from the war.
What were the results? The United States received two islands and a treaty was signed. The new islands offered new space for American business and enable base. How the United States was effected? Even though many Americans opposed the new land because they felt they were turning into Britain by having colonies. However, in the end they found uses for it, like navy bases. Analyzing The Spanish American War Bibliography:
"Spanish American War for Kids." Spanish American War for Kids. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2013. <http://www.pocanticohills.org/amprogress/the_spanish_american_war.htm>.
Davidson, James West., and Michael B. Stoff. The American Nation. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall in Association with American Heritage, 2003. Print.
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