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

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Lewis tried to spin the bad news that
(a) He and Clark were no longer friends
(b) He had lost most of his specimens
(c) There was no water passage to the Pacific
(d) He was injured and disabled

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

3. Lewis and Clark break the expedition up in groups to
(a) Lighten the loads
(b) Document wildlife
(c) Perform different assignments
(d) Find food and grass

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

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

6. In his role as governor of the Louisiana territory, Lewis
(a) Was lax and ineffective
(b) Loyal to Jefferson
(c) Fair and generous
(d) Rigorous and productive

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

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

9. By this time, Jefferson has retired to Monticello, and the new president is
(a) Jackson
(b) Lincoln
(c) Madison
(d) Truman

10. One of the pleasures the expedition encountered was
(a) The flat, easy trails through the mountains
(b) The hot springs at Lolo
(c) The abundance of Buffalo at Lolo River
(d) The Indian guides' sense of humor

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

12. The Indians almost provoked Lewis to the point of
(a) Jailing them indefinitely
(b) Burning their houses
(c) Stealing their horses
(d) Shooting them

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

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

15. Lewis wrongly let the Blackfoot warriors know that
(a) His horses numbered in the hundreds
(b) Their enemies had organized an alliance with America
(c) His men had killed many buffalo
(d) He had guns and liquor back at camp

Short Answer Questions

1. St. Louis in 1808 was

2. Lewis' first attempt at suicide was

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

4. Lewis imagined a situation of trade which would allow

5. One of the most annoying traits of the Chinook Indians was

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