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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Drouillard was acquitted of murder because
(a) His boss ordered him to do it
(b) He was held in high esteem in St. Louis
(c) The deserter he killed was deemed a threat to the party
(d) The deserter threatened him first

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

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

4. Although successful in his public life, Lewis failed to
(a) Communicate with his family
(b) Keep friends for any length of time
(c) Be a good brother and son
(d) Find a marital relationship

5. Settling at the coastal fort, the men start a
(a) Dock-building project
(b) Salt-making operation
(c) Fishing expedition
(d) Whaling expedition

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

7. For Lewis' men, life at Fort Clatsop in the winter was
(a) Lively with festivities
(b) Tense and nervous
(c) Exciting and surprising
(d) Boring, damp and dull

8. Lewis and Clark and Clark's wife planned to share a house in
(a) St. Louis
(b) Philadelphia
(c) Virginia
(d) Louisville

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

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

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

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

13. Ironically, Jefferson told visiting Indians that
(a) We were at their service
(b) Their goods were worth more than ours
(c) They could have their own nations
(d) No wrong would ever be done to them

14. 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

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

Short Answer Questions

1. Thomas Jefferson appointed Meriwether Lewis

2. Having an Indian woman with their party signified

3. Under Bates' watch, the St. Louis area was having many struggles over

4. Lewis triumphantly returned to the east with

5. In an unfortunate hunting incident, Meriwether Lewis is accidentally

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