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