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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 is Kee Chun Fat's advice to the men who are moving to Hawaii?
(a) Do not get married at all.
(b) Only have a wife in Hawaii.
(c) Have one wife in China and another wife in Hawaii.
(d) Only have a wife who stays in China.
2. Why do Japanese men in Hawaii want to join the U.S. military in 1942?
(a) To get rich.
(b) To get a rest from their jobs.
(c) To have fun.
(d) To prove their loyalty.
3. Who does Goro Sakagawa marry?
(a) Elinor Henderson.
(b) Malama Kanakoa.
(c) Judy Kee.
4. What happens in Honolulu's Chinatown in November of 1899?
(a) All of the given answers.
(b) An outbreak of plague.
(c) A huge fire.
(d) A riot.
5. 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?
(a) Send white flowers to her, every day for a month.
(b) Stand before her 12 times in one week without speaking.
(c) Kidnap the girl he desires.
(d) Pay her parents for the privilege of courting her.
Short Answer Questions
1. Goro Sakagawa hopes that his wife will be happy in Hawaii. In 1954, what does she do?
2. Ishii becomes a representative for the Japanese Federation of Labor, trying to obtain better hours and better pay for the workers. When the workers go on strike, how do the planters and the Japanese Consulate react?
3. In 1946, the term "the Golden Men" is coined to describe a certain kind of person developing in Hawaii. Which of the following is NOT necessarily an attribute of a "Golden Man"?
4. What does Kelly Kanakoa do in the early 1950s?
5. When Shigeo's leave ends, he travels to Japan to resume his duties. What American general does he serve?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Shigeo Sakagawa is sent by the U.S. Army to serve in Japan in 1946, his mother urges him to try to marry a girl from the area around Hiroshima. What major historical event of World War II is she ignoring when she gives him this advice?
2. Chapter 6 is entitled "The Golden Men," which is a term intended to describe a certain kind of individual who was beginning to appear in Hawaiian society. Describe some of the traits that would qualify someone as a "Golden Man."
3. What historic event on December 7, 1941 endangers Kamejiro and his family?
4. Kee Chun Fat, who made his money in the California gold fields, tells his nephew, Mun Ki, what a Chinese must do in order to succeed in America. What is his advice?
5. Ever since he came to Hawaii in 1904, Kamejiro has been donating money to help support Japan's battles against other countries. By 1936, what responsibility to one of his children can Kamejiro not fulfill because so much of his money has been sent to Japan?
6. In November of 1899, when plague breaks out in Honolulu, what drastic step does the city take to prevent the spread of the disease, and what happens as a result?
7. In Japan in 1902, twenty-year-old Sakagawa Kamejiro is sent by his family council to work in the Hawaii sugar fields. Why does he agree to leave his homeland and take this job?
8. Army captain Shigeo Sakagawa marches in a victory parade in Honolulu in 1946, but the occasion is a bittersweet one for him. He and his country have won the war, but Shigeo has suffered a great personal loss. What is it?
9. In the 1860s, John Whipple has many opportunities to observe the new Chinese workers as they settle into their lives in Hawaii. What impression do they make on him?
10. On December 10, 1941, many members of the Japanese community in Hawaii are rounded up and placed in barbed-wire enclosures. What do the descendants of the white missionary families do about this?
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