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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What decision did C.A. Lindbergh and his wife make for the sake of his career?
(a) To move to Washington D.C.
(b) Not to divorce.
(c) To start a family.
(d) Not to have any more children.
2. How did Charles Lindbergh help his father's political campaign?
(a) By organizing his campaign.
(b) By writing for his advertisements.
(c) By soliciting support for him.
(d) By driving him around the country.
3. Why was Lindbergh reluctant to accept this from the President?
(a) He had not planned to return to the U.S.
(b) He did not want fame.
(c) He had wanted to remain anonymous.
(d) He had planned to circumnavigate the globe.
4. Who was Erold Bahl?
(a) A war pilot.
(b) A barnstormer.
(c) A teacher at Ray Page's Flying School.
(d) A mechanic.
5. What was the Orteig prize for?
(a) A transcontinental flight.
(b) A transatlantic flight.
(c) An outside loop.
(d) A flight to 40,000 feet.
Short Answer Questions
1. How successful was Lindbergh in his own barnstorming career?
2. What other trick would Lindbergh do while barnstorming?
3. When was Charles Lindbergh born?
4. What business were Orville and Wilbur Wright in, when they invented the airplane in 1903?
5. How does Denenberg say Lindbergh characterized the camera men to himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the crowds that were present for Lindbergh's departure.
2. What was the childhood experience that left a long-lasting impression on Charles Lindbergh?
3. Where did Lindbergh learn to fly officially?
4. What was Lindbergh's reputation as a pilot?
5. What was the Orteig prize?
6. Why did the public swing behind Lindbergh?
7. Describe Charles Lindbergh's education.
8. How did Lindbergh prevent himself falling asleep?
9. How does Denenberg describe Lindbergh's love of mechanical things?
10. Describe Lindbergh's arrival in New York.
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