Social studies War with spain

Trigger-something that causes another event to happen

Protectorate-a country under the control of a different country

Territory-area completely controlled by a country

Eventual-at some later time

Armistice-an agreement to end fighting

In February 1899, Emilio Aguinaldo's forces began a fight for independence

The U.S. role in the Philippines caused fierce debate.

The United States and Spain signed the Treaty of Paris on December 10, 1898.

Theodore Roosevelt was serving in a post with the navy

Events in Cuba triggered the Spanish-American War.

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