Mid-Book Test - Hard
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This quiz consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lewis order his men to sleep with in this chapter?
2. What is the name of the man who gives Lewis detailed information about the Indian tribes?
3. What covers the ground and makes their progress difficult in this chapter?
4. What does the scouting party have to find up the southern fork of the river?
5. What tribe of Indians does Clarke send La Liberte to talk to?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the men do when they set up camp on August the 15th?
2. How do the captains divide the party on July the 1st in Chapter 22?
3. Describe the visit to the Indian village in Chapter 15.
4. What problems does the Teton tribe cause the party in the third chapter?
5. What problems does the buffalo cause in Chapter 9?
6. Describe the meeting that takes place between the captains and the Yankton Siuox on August 30th.
7. In what what way is the meeting with the Teton Sioux Indians intense?
8. How does Clark save the woman in Chapter 18?
9. What does Clark notice about the mound they climb in the third chapter?
10. What does Clark give Yellept in exchange for his horse?
Compare American Indian culture with white American culture?
1) How do white American culture and American Indian culture clash?
2) What have white American culture and American Indian culture learned from each other?
1) In what way is trading an important part of Indian culture?
2) What involvement did the French have in Indian trading?
3) How did the Corps use the American Indians' love of trading to their advantage?
Examine the punishment and discipline used in the book to keep the Corps in order.
1) Why was so important to keep the Corps disciplined?
2) In what way do Lewis and Clark set a good a example for the men?
3) Why are none of the punished men asked to leave the Corps?
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