Quiz Me! - People: U.S. Becomes a World Power Test your knowledge about people in the U.S. Becomes a World Power era! 1 / 10 This president proposed the League of Nations after World War I although the United States never joined. However, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1920 for his efforts. Theodore Roosevelt William McKinley Woodrow Wilson Grover Cleveland 2 / 10 Following the overthrow of the monarch of the kingdom of Hawaii, this notable person was named President of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Hawaii. Sanford Dole John Dole Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. General John J. Pershing 3 / 10 This war hero was named Commander-in-Chief of the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I, His troops played a significant role in the battle of Argonne Forest. Alvin York Vernon Baker Alfred Thayer Mahan John J. Pershing 4 / 10 This conservative American was born in 1850 and began his political career as a member of the Massachusetts state legislature. He then became a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and later represented Massachusetts in the U.S Senate where he served until his death in 1924. Sanford Dole Clarence Darrow Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. Alfred Thayer Mahan 5 / 10 This Congressional Medal of Honor recipient received this award for his bravery during World War I, although originally, he was a pacifist. Alvin York Vernon Baker Alfred Thayer Mahan John J. Pershing 6 / 10 Alfred Thayer Mahan, admiral, noted naval historian, and President of the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island, was educated at United States Military Academy United States Naval Academy The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina United States Merchant Marine Academy 7 / 10 This future World War I general gained his military experience fighting in the Indian wars, with the Buffalo Soldiers, in Cuba during the Spanish-American War, and in Mexico searching for Pancho Villa. John J. Pershing Alfred Thayer Mahan Theodore Roosevelt Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. 8 / 10 This soldier became well known for his performance in the Battle of Argonne Forest where he successfully captured 132 prisoners on his own. W.E.B. DuBois Glenn Curtiss Alvin York Vernon Baker 9 / 10 Sanford Dole played a large role in the annexation of Hawaii by the United States of America in 1898. Which of the following is associated with his influence? The US agreed to pay the national debt of both the KIngdom and the Republic of Hawaii. Public lands were sold to the United States. The US agreed to pay the national debt of the Kingdom of Hawaii. He nominated his cousin John to become Hawaii’s first territorial governor. 10 / 10 This republican senator strongly aligned with President Teddy Roosevelt, especially supporting US expansion but often clashed with President Woodrow Wilson notably arguing strongly against the Treaty of Versaille and the League of Nations at the conclusion of World War I. Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. General John J. Pershing Alvin York Sanford Dole Your score is Try another 10!