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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Char Nyuk Tsin celebrates her 100th birthday, how many of her great-great-grandchildren attend the party?
2. When Shigeo Sakagawa travels to Japan in 1946, who does he see there?
(a) His brother Goro.
(b) Hoxworth Hale.
(c) General Patton.
(d) His childhood sweetheart.
3. What promise does Char Nyuk Tsin make to her husband, Mun Ki, at the Molokai leper colony?
(a) She will remarry after he dies.
(b) She will build a huge bonfire in his honor.
(c) She will send money to his wife in China after he dies.
(d) She will convert to Christianity.
4. After Mun Ki dies, Char Nyuk Tsin returns to Hawaii to look for her youngest son. Who does she find raising him?
(a) Her older sons.
(b) Her friends, Kimo and Apikela.
(c) John Whipple.
(d) Governor Kelolo Kanakoa.
5. Who does John Whipple believe will eventually control Hawaii?
(a) The Chinese workers.
(b) Whoever controls the water.
(c) The Hawaiian royal family.
(d) The American missionaries.
6. Which of the following is NOT true about Kelly Kanakoa?
(a) His real mother is Char Nyuk Tsin.
(b) He is a surfer.
(c) His real first name is Kelolo.
(d) He works as a beach boy.
7. Who is the old man who walks into a Chinese temple on the island of Maui, screams at the people there, and hits objects with his cane?
(a) Captain Hoxworth.
(b) John Whipple.
(c) Abner Hale.
(d) Keoki Kanakoa.
8. The lowland people are the Punti. How do they behave toward the highland Hakka?
(a) The Hakka enslave the Punti.
(b) The Punti enslave the Hakka.
(c) They share no friendly contact.
(d) The two groups work together in harmony.
9. What does Kamejiro Sakagawa do in 1952?
(a) He applies for U.S. citizenship.
(b) He refuses to apply for U.S. citizenship.
(c) He refuses to return to Japan.
(d) He votes for his son, Shigeo, who is running for senator.
10. What important event takes place on July 6, 1898?
(a) U.S. House of Representatives votes to annex Hawaii.
(b) Hawaii becomes the 50th U.S. state.
(c) Queen Liliuokalani dies.
(d) U.S. House of Representatives refuses to annex Hawaii.
11. What happens in Honolulu's Chinatown in November of 1899?
(a) All of the given answers.
(b) A riot.
(c) A huge fire.
(d) An outbreak of plague.
12. In 9th-century China, when Char Ti Chong and the villagers flee from the Tartar invasion, where do they plan to go?
(a) To the Tartar's homeland.
(b) To the Golden Valley, with General Ching.
(c) To the neighboring village, for help.
(d) To a secret cave, to hide.
13. 20-year-old Sakagawa Kamejiro courts Yoko. Before he leaves for Hawaii, what does he tell his family he will do when he is ready to marry her?
(a) Send a special kimono to Yoko.
(b) Send a letter to his mother.
(c) Send twenty gold coins to his parents.
(d) Send a letter to Yoko.
14. What is the death rate at the Molokai leper colony when Mun Ki arrives?
(a) 4 or 5 people per week.
(b) 4 or 5 people per month.
(c) 4 or 5 people per day.
(d) 4 or 5 people per hour.
15. A committee urges Japanese families in Hawaii to have their children's names removed from the registers in their Japanese villages, thereby canceling their Japanese citizenship. What is Kamejiro's response?
(a) He is undecided.
(b) He agrees to do so immediately.
(c) He refuses, in spite of his family's pleas.
(d) He is away and doesn't hear the committee's advice.
Short Answer Questions
1. In 1952, the United States passed the McCarren-Walter Immigration Act. What did this Act do?
2. In 1902, in the Japanese village of Hiroshima-ken, villagers use an ancient courtship custom. According to this custom, what should a young suitor do regarding the young woman he wishes to court?
3. What kind of man is Big Saul at the Molokai leper colony?
4. In 1942, when Hoxworth Hale tours the South Pacific in search of good sites for airstrips, where do his travels take him?
5. What does Goro's new wife think about the Sakagawa household?
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