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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. Why didn't the Roosevelts return from their summer vacation on time?
(a) It was too dangerous to travel during the war.
(b) Franklin broke his leg.
(c) Eleanor fell ill.
(d) An epidemic of infant paralysis.
2. Why was the First Lady able to travel without being recognized?
(a) There was no television.
(b) She always wore a disguise.
(c) She was plain.
(d) She prohibited anyone from taking pictures of her.
3. Where did the Roosevelts spend election night of 1936?
(b) Hyde Park.
4. Where did Eleanor and her family move in Chapter 6?
(b) New York City.
(d) Washington, DC.
5. Where did Eleanor and Franklin spend their honeymoon?
(a) Hyde Park.
(c) Las Vegas.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what publication did Eleanor write a weekly column?
2. What was the name of Eleanor and Franklin's first child?
3. Whom did Eleanor live with after her mother died?
4. Where did Eleanor attend boarding school at the age of 15?
5. Where was Franklin in the fall of 1928?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Eleanor's "coming out" as a debutante..
2. Describe Eleanor's feelings when her daughter, Anna, went to boarding school.
3. During her first years as First Lady, what seemed to have affected Eleanor the most as she made her trips around the United States?
4. Eleanor's role as a mother and wife changed a bit during WWI. What did she see as her main duties?
5. Summarize Eleanor's first ten years of marriage. What were her main duties?
6. What was Eleanor like in large groups as a teenager?
7. What sorts of travel experiences did Eleanor have as a young girl?
8. Describe the process of how Franklin was elected governor of New York, including the Democratic Convention.
9. What was Eleanor's description of when Franklin won the presidential election?
10. How did the relationship between Eleanor and Franklin evolve?
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