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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Lewis puts into place a number of rules to keep order at the fort, the primary one being that
(a) No drinking was allowed within the fort
(b) No one was to carry a gun around the Indians
(c) There were to be no Indians within the compound
(d) All outsiders must leave and the fort locked at sunset

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

3. St. Louis in 1808 was
(a) A dangerous town for the French
(b) The capital of the US
(c) A melting pot of different cultures
(d) A scene of great poverty

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

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

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

7. Lewis seriously wanted to avoid
(a) Having to turn back again for food
(b) Any further loss of equipment
(c) Meeting up with the Blackfeet
(d) Any further exploration of the Marias

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

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

10. 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) Exorbitant by any standards
(d) A waste of hard earned dollars

11. During his dazed journey, Lewis several times, thought
(a) He was going to die
(b) Indians would overtake him
(c) There were bears in the road
(d) Clark was coming to his rescue

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

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

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

15. Lewis imagined a situation of trade which would allow
(a) Forts to house Americans and Indians
(b) The Indians to remain on their lands
(c) Americans to be hosted by tribal leaders
(d) Indians to travel freely to Washington

Short Answer Questions

1. One of the pleasures the expedition encountered was

2. Lewis recommended compensation to all of the members of his party, with the exception of

3. By the time Lewis reaches Grinder's Inn, he seems

4. Although Lewis had become more productive in St. Louis,

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

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