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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Lewis sent a long letter to Hugh Heney that he hoped would
(a) Begin better relations among the Indian tribes
(b) Settle issues between the Sioux and Canadians
(c) Convince Heney he was on the wrong side
(d) Convince the Sioux and British of America's strength

2. Bates, who had stood in for Lewis as governor, finally has
(a) Made the decision to resign his post
(b) A heart attack and is forced to resign
(c) A public scene and breaks his friendship with Lewis
(d) Contacted Clark with a request for solutions

3. One of the most annoying traits of the Chinook Indians was
(a) Their grandstanding of their hunting talents
(b) Their inability to understand English
(c) Their refusal to leave the premises
(d) Their propensity for thieving

4. Jefferson felt that the Indians would give over their land in exchange for
(a) Payment of their mounting debts to America
(b) Guns and ammunition
(c) Peace and sovereignty
(d) Liquor and tobacco

5. The author suspects that Meriwether Lewis was
(a) An epileptic
(b) A schizophrenic
(c) A manic depressive
(d) An alcoholic

6. Lewis and Clark break the expedition up in groups to
(a) Lighten the loads
(b) Document wildlife
(c) Perform different assignments
(d) Find food and grass

7. Lewis wrongly let the Blackfoot warriors know that
(a) Their enemies had organized an alliance with America
(b) His men had killed many buffalo
(c) He had guns and liquor back at camp
(d) His horses numbered in the hundreds

8. Upon Lewis' death, the expedition journals fell into the hands of
(a) William Clark
(b) Nicholas Biddle
(c) Thomas Jefferson
(d) George Shannon

9. Under Bates' watch, the St. Louis area was having many struggles over
(a) Voting disputes
(b) Governance
(c) Racism
(d) Land titles

10. Rather than the expected horses for their food, below The Dalles the expedition found
(a) Only dogs
(b) Only beaver
(c) Only vegetation
(d) Only dried fish

11. Lewis' first attempt at suicide was
(a) A call for help
(b) Unsuccessful
(c) A misfire
(d) A false alarm

12. Complicating Lewis' depression, perhaps, was
(a) The loss of his father
(b) His regret over not staying out west
(c) His ongoing friendship with Clark
(d) The side effects of curatives

13. Lewis seriously wanted to avoid
(a) Any further loss of equipment
(b) Having to turn back again for food
(c) Any further exploration of the Marias
(d) Meeting up with the Blackfeet

14. In his role as governor of the Louisiana territory, Lewis
(a) Loyal to Jefferson
(b) Was lax and ineffective
(c) Rigorous and productive
(d) Fair and generous

15. St. Louis in 1808 was
(a) A melting pot of different cultures
(b) A dangerous town for the French
(c) A scene of great poverty
(d) The capital of the US

Short Answer Questions

1. Cut Nose planned to send two guides to the expedition to help them get to

2. Toward the end, Meriwether Lewis' behavior grew

3. Captain Lewis has his doubts about Jefferson's hope to

4. For Lewis' men, life at Fort Clatsop in the winter was

5. Of Lewis' many talents, his weakness lay in

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