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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. How many blacks were Jones and Allen in direct contact with who might have helped tend the sick?
(a) 250.
(b) 150.
(c) 350.
(d) 300.

2. Where did Jones and Allen discover a house where the mother was dead, the father was dying, and the children were huddled together, frightened and hungry?
(a) Main St.
(b) Water St.
(c) Emsley's Alley.
(d) Beckett's Allley.

3. What was the name of Clarkson's son who died during the plague?
(a) Peter.
(b) William.
(c) James.
(d) Gerard.

4. When did Clarkson ask the physicians from the College of Physicians to come to a meeting about the plague?
(a) August 28.
(b) August 25.
(c) August 14.
(d) August 19.

5. What cargo did the sloop Amelia bring to Philadelphia?
(a) Beef.
(b) Lamb.
(c) Bananas.
(d) Coffee.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the date at the beginning of Chapter 1?

2. Where was the city almshouse located?

3. What illness was seen in January of 1793?

4. What were the sewers called in Philadelphia?

5. When did George and Martha Washington leave Philadelphia?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why were the special committee members taking a risk when they borrowed money to run the city?

2. Who were the first two doctors called to see Catherine LeMaigre?

3. Why did the members of the Pennsylvania legislature become fearful two days after they began meeting at the statehouse?

4. What was the Ten-and-Ten treatment?

5. What did the governor do about the plague?

6. Why were there an amazing number of flies and other insects in August 1793?

7. Why were conditions so desperate at Bush Hill?

8. What did doctors base their medical thinking upon in the 1700s?

9. What did Dr. Rush do when the College of Physicians declared that the plague had not been caused by yellow fever?

10. What was the medical advice given by a Memphis newspaper in 1878?

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