Undaunted Courage Test | Final Test - Easy

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Multiple Choice Questions

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

2. While Lewis worked on his drawings and descriptions of plants and animals, Clark worked on
(a) His map of the country
(b) The rules for the fort
(c) His instructions for the men
(d) Getting the men well

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

4. The Captains decided to ride out some very dangerous rapids, which resulted in
(a) Broken canoes and lost equipment
(b) The men deciding that Lewis was still unwell
(c) Old Toby leaving the expedition
(d) A divide between the two Captains

5. At 33-years-old, Lewis had become
(a) A gentleman farmer
(b) A recluse
(c) A loyal family member
(d) A major celebrity

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

7. The Eulachon, which the Clatsops sold to the expedition were
(a) Mussels pried from rocks
(b) Sea anemones
(c) Crabs found in the sand
(d) Seven-inch fish

8. Upon escaping a violent situation with Blackfoot warriors, Lewis burned
(a) Nearly all of the Indians' belongings
(b) Blankets and foodstuffs
(c) A British musket
(d) The hides under which they had all slept

9. 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 was too confident for his own good
(c) Lewis had not consulted them or gotten prior approval
(d) Lewis had stolen govenrment money

10. The mens' arrival at the Mandans Village was
(a) A huge concern
(b) Warm and happy
(c) Tense
(d) Unexpected

11. The federal government has now begun to refuse to
(a) Pay Lewis' drafts
(b) Recognize Lewis as governor
(c) Authorize publication of the journals
(d) Communicate with Lewis

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

13. Captain Lewis has his doubts about Jefferson's hope to
(a) Bring Indian chiefs to Washington
(b) Learn about Western wildlife
(c) Incorporate Indians into the body politic
(d) Pick the men up by ship

14. Publication of Lewis' journals would prove to be
(a) Quick and sloppy
(b) Extremely expensive
(c) Painstakingly redundant
(d) A minor undertaking

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

Short Answer Questions

1. Drouillard was acquitted of murder because

2. Settling at the coastal fort, the men start a

3. With hostile Blackfeet behind and him hostile Sioux ahead, Lewis learns that

4. On his journey to Washington, Lewis wrote to Madison and expressed that he was

5. Meriwether Lewis may have misused public funds by

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