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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What kind of education do Kamejiro's children receive when they are young?
(a) Japanese-speaking school only.
(b) Daily regular school followed by daily Japanese school.
(c) Regular English-speaking school only.
(d) None of the given answers.
2. What happens to Elinor after she gets better acquainted with Kelly Kanakoa?
(a) She dies in a tsunami.
(b) She writes a best-selling book.
(c) She opens a popular restaurant in Honolulu.
(d) She marries Kelly Kanakoa.
3. What happens when Shigeo Sakagawa runs for a senate seat?
(a) He loses the election.
(b) He is assassinated before the vote count is complete.
(c) The vote ends in a tie.
(d) He wins the election.
4. What happens on December 7, 1941, the day after the committee visits Kamejiro's house?
(a) Japanese bombers attack Pearl Harbor.
(b) United States bombers attack Japan.
(c) The U.S. and Japan become allies.
(d) Kamejiro's house is burned down.
5. When Kamejiro goes to work on one of Whip Hoxworth's plantations, what does he ask for permission to build?
(a) A heated bath.
(b) A bigger dining hall.
(c) Both given answers.
(d) Neither given answer.
6. 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.
7. 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 refuses, in spite of his family's pleas.
(b) He agrees to do so immediately.
(c) He is undecided.
(d) He is away and doesn't hear the committee's advice.
8. What does Whip Hoxworth believe is the future of Hawaii?
(a) Orchids and ginger flowers.
(b) Sugar and pineapples.
(c) Pigs and chickens.
(d) Pearls and coral.
9. How long does the journey of Char Ti Chong and his people take?
(a) Many days.
(b) Many years.
(c) Many months.
(d) Many weeks.
10. Char Nyuk Tsin (also known as Wu Chow's Auntie) is 61 years old in 1912. How many descendants does she have in her extended family, the Kees?
11. What action does the Kee family undertake because of what Char Nyuk Tsin learns from the newspaper about company values?
(a) They start selling all of their properties, good and bad, to the Fort.
(b) They stop buying and selling properties.
(c) They begin buying up prosperous properties from the Fort.
(d) They begin buying up losing properties from the Fort.
12. In 1946, who attempts to organize the plantation workers?
(a) Goro Sakagawa.
(b) Kelly Kanakoa.
(c) Elinor Henderson.
(d) Char Nyuk Tsin.
13. What does Whip Hoxworth bring from Formosa and ask Char Nyuk Tsin to plant?
(a) Pineapple plants.
14. What starts happening to Japanese people in Hawaii on December 10, 1941?
(a) They are arrested on sight.
(b) They are shipped back to Japan.
(c) They are rounded up and placed in barbed-wire enclosures.
(d) They are honored with a parade in Honolulu.
15. When Char Ti Chong and his people make a new home in the highlands, the group becomes known as the Hakka. What does "Hakka" mean?
(a) Friendly people.
(b) Demon people.
(c) Beautiful people.
(d) Guest people.
Short Answer Questions
1. Char Nyuk Tsin has trouble meeting the requirements for U.S. citizenship. Why?
2. Why doesn't Kamejiro pay for college for his youngest child, his daughter Reiko?
3. When Army captain Shigeo Sakagawa, arrives in Hawaii in 1946 on leave, what happens to him?
4. Which of the following is NOT true about Kelly Kanakoa?
5. What important event takes place on July 6, 1898?
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