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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Jefferson made Lewis a member of
(a) The Harvard Botany Society
(b) The Audobon Society
(c) The American Philosophical Society
(d) The John Birch Society

2. At The Dalles, the expedition paid dearly for four horses with
(a) Two kettles
(b) Guns and ammunition
(c) Three blankets
(d) Two guns

3. By this time, Jefferson has retired to Monticello, and the new president is
(a) Jackson
(b) Madison
(c) Lincoln
(d) Truman

4. By the time Lewis reaches Grinder's Inn, he seems
(a) Irrational and deranged
(b) Drunken and disorderly
(c) Confident and rested
(d) To be feeling much better

5. Having an Indian woman with their party signified
(a) A gesture of peace
(b) A wish for trade
(c) A higher intelligence
(d) A friendly demeanor

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

7. During the winter of 1807-1808, for eight months Meriwether Lewis
(a) Was busy and productive
(b) Was living in the country
(c) Was incognito
(d) Was writing in his journals

8. Lewis recommended compensation to all of the members of his party, with the exception of
(a) York
(b) Shields
(c) Newman
(d) Charbonneau

9. The Spanish were concerned that because of Lewis & Clark's expedition,
(a) They would lose their fur trading monopoly
(b) They would lose control of their gold and silver mining
(c) Americans would begin sailing to Spain
(d) They would be forced into making a deal with the US

10. On his journey to Washington, Lewis wrote to Madison and expressed that he was
(a) Confident his drafts would be approved
(b) Afraid his illness might overtake him soon
(c) Enjoying being governor of Louisiana Territory
(d) Bringing duplicates of his journals

11. Lewis found it difficult, at the end, to
(a) Leave his loyal servants
(b) Make his body die
(c) To recall all he had done
(d) Say goodbye to Pernier

12. Lewis triumphantly returned to the east with
(a) Half of the men ill or deceased
(b) All his men in good health
(c) Just a few men left
(d) Leftover supplies

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

14. Thomas Jefferson appointed Meriwether Lewis
(a) As governor of the Lousiana Territory
(b) Secretary of the Interior
(c) Secretary of State
(d) Speaker of the House

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

Short Answer Questions

1. A strong, affectionate bond was forged between

2. Although successful in his public life, Lewis failed to

3. Lewis' underlying goal at this point is for America to

4. Bates, who had stood in for Lewis as governor, finally has

5. Upon escaping a violent situation with Blackfoot warriors, Lewis burned

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