- Imperialism: European, American and Japanese Expansion 1865-1914
Lesson with links to primary sources online.
and the U.S.A.
The site covers expansion in the Pacific and US intervention in
Latin America. Included are some details about events such as the
Boxer Rebellion, the Spanish-American War, the Panama Canal, and
- The Urge to Imperialism
Text of lecture by G. Rempel from college history course online.
- The World of 1898
; The Spanish - American War
This site provides resources and documents about the Spanish-American
War, the period before the war, and some of the people who participated
in the fighting or commented about it.
- A War in Perspective - Spanish American
The New York Public Library Spanish-American War Exhibition.
- Cruicible of Empire - Spanish-American
This site offers a timeline of the major events before, during, and
after the war; original 1890s sheet music popular during the War;
photographs of the major figures involved; newspaper articles and
headlines from 1890s newspapers and more.
Anti-Imperialism in the United
Although the focus is on the Anti-Imperialist League's opposition
to the Philippine-American War of 1899-1902, much was written by
authors whose works are still appreciated and studied today. Includes
reactions to popular British colonial ideas.
Imperialism in Africa &
Scramble for Africa
Series of student research projects based on the assignment
Develop a theme of Imperialism in Africa for either Britain,
France, or Germany
or choose a topic related to the scramble
for Africa and create a document
. The projects were created
by students in AP / IB history classes.
Imperialism Changes the
Inquiry unit prepared by Montgomery County public schools online
instructional department. The site contains readings, maps, graphs,
and charts to discover the impact of imperialism on the people of
Africa and China.