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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Unlike the coastal Chinook Indians, the Walla-Walla Indians prove to be
(a) Independent and healthy
(b) Trustworthy and kind
(c) Ready to assimilate
(d) Taller and meaner

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

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

4. The Captains try to arrange an agreement for the Nez Perce to
(a) Pay more respect to Twisted Hair
(b) Move to the eastern side of the Continental Divide
(c) Trade their horses with the Blackfoot
(d) Give up a portion of their horses

5. Lewis' underlying goal at this point is for America to
(a) Understand the ways of the various Indian tribes
(b) Know the wildlife that existed beyond the Mississippi
(c) Dominate the fur trade throughout the West
(d) Finally oust Spain and France from the fur trade

6. Opening the cache let in 1805, Lewis found that
(a) His written documents were wet
(b) The food was missing
(c) His maps and instruments were gone
(d) The plant specimens were ruined

7. Jefferson's huge expenditures on the expedition were, to him,
(a) An investment in the future
(b) Not as extravagant as they might have been
(c) A waste of hard earned dollars
(d) Exorbitant by any standards

8. As they travel toward St. Louis, Meriwether Lewis feels that
(a) His diplomatic work with the tribes has worked
(b) His entire Indian policy has fallen apart
(c) He might never walk again
(d) He would rather stay in Yellowstone

9. The history of fur trade in America was one of
(a) Bickering over control
(b) Overtrapping and moving west
(c) Constant renewable resources
(d) A constant effort to disempower the Indian

10. Jefferson did not send a Navy vessel to retrieve the expedition because
(a) He wanted them to explore as they returned
(b) He felt it was too expensive
(c) The Navy refused
(d) There were none available

11. Lewis idealistically thought that the Indians and white Americans would come together through
(a) Acceptance
(b) Commerce
(c) Spirituality
(d) Ideology

12. When he returned to St. Louis, Lewis wrote an extensive paper on
(a) Trade with the Indians
(b) Love and courtship
(c) Insects and reptiles in the west
(d) Specific song birds of the west

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

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

15. Meriwether Lewis moved to Philadelphia with the intention of
(a) Getting away from Jefferson
(b) Getting his materials published
(c) Being alone for a while
(d) Finding a wife and companion

Short Answer Questions

1. Lewis felt deeply betrayed by the government's

2. The federal government has now begun to refuse to

3. Complicating Lewis' depression, perhaps, was

4. A strong, affectionate bond was forged between

5. Lewis proposed that all the furs in the northwest could be

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