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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Clark was appointed as brigadier general of militia, as well as
(a) Head of the War Department
(b) Superintendent of Indian affairs
(c) Department head of Bureau of Indian Affairs
(d) Foreign diplomat

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

3. Lewis caught an illness from
(a) His son-in-law
(b) Captain Clark
(c) Jefferson's butler
(d) Martha Randolph

4. Government officials began to pester Lewis over
(a) The unnecessary supplies he had purchased
(b) The personal time he had charged for
(c) The amount of the drafts presented for payment
(d) The slowness in getting his manuscripts published

5. Lewis proposed to free up the fur trade by establishing
(a) Trading posts and forts along the rivers
(b) A dominant relationship with the Indians
(c) Requirements for trapping licenses
(d) New laws that would prohibit British trapping

6. Speculation about the eight-month period include the possibility that
(a) Lewis suffered from malaria
(b) Lewis was tired of all the attention
(c) Lewis was in a diabetic coma
(d) Lewis was having an affair

7. Lewis felt that within ten years, Americans would
(a) Easily make the journey across the continent
(b) Settle the west coast
(c) Be moving to Canada to avoid taxes
(d) Be the biggest fur traders on earth

8. During Clark's journey to Yellowstone,
(a) Crow Indians stole half his horses
(b) His horses became lost and scattered
(c) The Blackfoot Indians chased him away
(d) He met Dickson and Hancock

9. A strong, affectionate bond was forged between
(a) The two Indian guides
(b) The Nez Perce guides and white soldiers
(c) The Indian guides and Seaman
(d) The Captains and the Blackfoot chief

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

11. Lewis' greatest mistake may have been
(a) Not learning to spell
(b) His failure to get his journals published
(c) Leaving Jefferson's home
(d) His broken friendship with Secretary Bates

12. Lewis felt deeply betrayed by the government's
(a) Refusal to pay his drafts
(b) Accusations of fraud
(c) Attitude toward his governorship
(d) Dismissal of his great work

13. The primary industry in St. Louis is associated with
(a) Manufacture of weapons
(b) Production of trinkets for Indian trade
(c) The production of wheat
(d) Boating goods up the Missouri

14. Cut Nose planned to send two guides to the expedition to help them get to
(a) The plains at the foot of the Bitterroots
(b) The pass through the Rockies
(c) The end of the Columbia
(d) The falls of the Missouri

15. The government refused to pay Lewis' drafts for the return of Big White, ostensibly because
(a) The government could no longer afford his services
(b) Lewis had not consulted them or gotten prior approval
(c) Lewis was too confident for his own good
(d) Lewis had stolen govenrment money

Short Answer Questions

1. Jefferson made Lewis a member of

2. While Lewis worked on his drawings and descriptions of plants and animals, Clark worked on

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

4. Jefferson's huge expenditures on the expedition were, to him,

5. During his dazed journey, Lewis several times, thought

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