An exhibition examining the United States’ war-ridden ascension to the status of World Superpower, since 1898.
Though President John Adams once warned, “Great is the guilt of unnecessary war,” the United States has been at war for over 90% of its existence.  This exhibition will… Read more »
President William McKinley, Address to a joint-session of Congress to request a declaration of war upon Spain. (11 April, 1898) https://millercenter.org/the-presidency/presidential-speeches/april-11-1898-message-regarding-cuban-civil-war (direct link to full text of speech, no complete… Read more »
The San Francisco Call, San Francisco, Ca. (25 January, 1898) The first source of this part of the exhibition is in the form of a San Francisco newspaper article. Published… Read more »
Bibliography Secondary Sources: 1) Bricker, Renee A., Proulx, and Michael. “Integrating Peace History in the U.S. History Survey Course: Challenging Identity from the Outside In.” OUP Academic. March 01, 2019…. Read more »