A Slave Among Slaves
1. Although he is uncertain of the exact location of his birth, Booker T. Washington believes he was born near a:
(a) Train station.
(c) Post office.
2. Booker T. Washington spends his early years, from his birth until the end of the Civil War, as:
(a) A refugee.
(b) A slave.
(c) A homeless child.
(d) An orphan.
3. The "T" in Booker T. Washington stands for:
4. How does Booker T. Washington get his last name?
(a) He selects it when he starts school.
(b) The county clerk selects it and writes it on his birth certificate.
(c) It belonged to his great-grandfather.
(d) His father gives it to him.
5. As a child, Booker lives in a cabin that also serves as:
(a) The community's meeting hall.
(b) A chicken coop.
(c) The plantation's kitchen.
(d) A garden tool storage shed.
6. What is the potato bin that Booker describes from his childhood home?
(a) A large outdoor storage bin for holding potatoes to be processed the next day.
(b) A hollowed out spot in the middle of the floor for storing sweet potatoes.
(c) A wooden bin under the porch for drying and storing potatoes.
(d) A large closet for storing sweet potatoes to be dried for the winter.
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