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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Appert's nationality?
2. What did people find in the USA whilst looking for salt deposits?
3. What does Chapter 25 talk about the connection between?
(a) China and Japan.
(b) Saltiness and ill health.
(c) Britain and CHina.
(d) Saltiness and sweetness.
4. What did Mattias Schleiden claim was the mark of all tyrannies?
(a) Salt mines.
(d) Salt tax.
5. Where does Chapter 22 take place?
(d) The Middle East.
6. Which country helped the new China Republic to rebuild their salt industry?
7. What is the title of Chapter 19?
(a) Up and At 'em.
(b) How to Survive.
(c) The Mythology of Geology.
(d) The Soil Never Sets on.
8. What did Humphry Davy invent?
9. What is the title of Chapter 18?
(a) The Mythology if Geology.
(b) The Soil Never Sets On.
(c) The Odium of Sodium.
(d) Are You Ready to Go.
10. What is the title of Chapter 22?
(a) Salt and the Great Sout.
(b) Not Looking Back.
(c) Salt and Pepper.
(d) The Salt of the Earth.
11. Where is the one place salted meats have survived?
(a) British butcher shops.
(b) Jewish Delis.
(c) Chinese restaurants.
(d) Russian restaurants.
12. What is the name of the world's most common salt producer?
13. In which part of the state did Israel set up a salt works?
(a) The East.
(b) The North.
(c) The West.
(d) The South.
14. What part of Virginia sided with the union?
(a) North Virgina.
(b) East Virginia.
(c) West Virginia.
(d) South Virginia.
15. What country was Matthias Schleiden from?
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Sarah Hale discover could preserve fish?
2. What religious group settled in the state of Utah?
3. What did soldiers and salt workers set up next to the salt works?
4. What party did Deng Xiaoping become the leader of in the latter part of the twentieth century?
5. Who led the popular movement against British salt polices?
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