1. What publication did Twain write his Letters from Hawaii for?
(a) Sacramento Gazette.
(b) Sacramento Daily Sun.
(c) Sacramento Daily Union.
(d) Sacramento Star.
2. Which months of 1866 were Twain's Letters from Hawaii written in?
(a) Between February and September.
(b) Between June and December.
(c) Between April and November.
(d) Between March and October.
3. What was the name of the steamer that Twain took to Hawaii?
4. As Twain recalls in chapter 1, who boarded the ship in a drunken state?
(a) Neither Twain nor his fellow passengers.
(b) Twain and his fellow passengers.
(c) Twain's fellow passengers, but not him.
(d) Twain, but not his fellow passengers.
5. What ailment did Twain suffer as he went below below deck in chapter 1?
(a) A concussion.
(b) A migraine headache.
(c) A rash.
(d) The flu.
6. Which explorer gave the Pacific Ocean its name?
7. According to Twain's letter in chapter 2, how many months out of the year is the Pacific peaceful?
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