JosephPulitzerWilliamRandolphHearstBuffaloSoldiersUSSMaineExplosionDeclarationof WarPacificFleetNewspapersHavanaMonroeDoctrineEconomicInterestsRapidResponseRoughRidersRatificationof theTreaty ofParisNationalSecuritySanJuanHillKettleHillRussianPerilCapitalismCaptainMahanHawaiiAndrewCarnegieSantiagode CubaOpeningNewMarketsCuba/SpainMediationUnproveninCombatDemocracySuperpower/EmpireTreatyof Paris1898TeddyRooseveltSpainPhilippinesOpenDoorPolicyNewYorkJournalIsolation&NeutralityAmericanValuesAlaskaUSReactionto MaineTravelingAmericanCitizensPacificIslandsImperialismQueen L(Liliuokalani)ForeignPolicyTradeNavalPowerCubanSituationColumbiaFranceUSSMaineProtectionBattle ofManilaBayWilliamsJenningsBryanResultsof theWarAdmiralDeweyNativeAmericansPanamaCanalProtectorateWar forthePhilippineIslandsIdealismHongKongWilliamMcKinleyMoralityEnd ofPanicof 1893YellowJournalismAmericanPerilPanamaCubanRebelsAggressive& ActiveAtlanticFleetChinaEconomicExpansionManilaBay

- Call List

(Print) Use this randomly generated list as your call list when playing the game. There is no need to say the BINGO column name. Place some kind of mark (like an X, a checkmark, a dot, tally mark, etc) on each cell as you announce it, to keep track. You can also cut out each item, place them in a bag and pull words from the bag.


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  1. Joseph Pulitzer
  2. William Randolph Hearst
  3. Buffalo Soldiers
  4. USS Maine Explosion
  5. Declaration of War
  6. Pacific Fleet
  7. Newspapers
  8. Havana
  9. Monroe Doctrine
  10. Economic Interests
  11. Rapid Response
  12. Rough Riders
  13. Ratification of the Treaty of Paris
  14. National Security
  15. San Juan Hill
  16. Kettle Hill
  17. Russian Peril
  18. Capitalism
  19. Captain Mahan
  20. Hawaii
  21. Andrew Carnegie
  22. Santiago de Cuba
  23. Opening New Markets
  24. Cuba/ Spain Mediation
  25. Unproven in Combat
  26. Democracy
  27. Superpower/ Empire
  28. Treaty of Paris 1898
  29. Teddy Roosevelt
  30. Spain
  31. Philippines
  32. Open Door Policy
  33. New York Journal
  34. Isolation & Neutrality
  35. American Values
  36. Alaska
  37. US Reaction to Maine
  38. Traveling American Citizens
  39. Pacific Islands
  40. Imperialism
  41. Queen L (Liliuokalani)
  42. Foreign Policy
  43. Trade
  44. Naval Power
  45. Cuban Situation
  46. Columbia
  47. France
  48. USS Maine
  49. Protection
  50. Battle of Manila Bay
  51. Williams Jennings Bryan
  52. Results of the War
  53. Admiral Dewey
  54. Native Americans
  55. Panama Canal
  56. Protectorate
  57. War for the Philippine Islands
  58. Idealism
  59. Hong Kong
  60. William McKinley
  61. Morality
  62. End of Panic of 1893
  63. Yellow Journalism
  64. American Peril
  65. Panama
  66. Cuban Rebels
  67. Aggressive & Active
  68. Atlantic Fleet
  69. China
  70. Economic Expansion
  71. Manila Bay