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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Robert Bedford become involved with Tuskegee Institute?
(a) As its assistant principal.
(b) As a teacher.
(c) As a school trustee.
(d) As the school's chaplain.
2. When Booker is schedule to speak in Boston, he's also invited to speak where?
(a) In Detroit.
(b) In his hometown.
(c) In Tuskegee.
(d) In the South.
3. What do donors and supporters of Tuskegee thank Washington for?
(a) The opportunity to support a worthy cause.
(b) His dedication to teaching.
(c) His willingness to do everything humanly possible for his students.
(d) A chance to visit the school.
4. Booker points out that those who can't offer his Tuskegee school monetary donations instead offer:
(a) Family heirlooms.
(c) Home-cooked meals.
(d) Their time.
5. When Booker travels by train and two women recognize him, they insist that he join them for dinner. Why does this worry him?
(a) He does not want his girlfriend to become jealous.
(b) He does not recognize them and wonders what they want.
(c) He does not want their husbands to become jealous.
(d) He expects to be confronted because he is a black man dining in the white section.
Short Answer Questions
1. Booker is invited to serve on what kind of board?
2. During his big speech in 1895, what does Booker focus on?
3. Why does Washington travel with Armstrong throughout larger Northern cities?
4. Booker notes that when it comes to giving money to his Tuskegee school, some people:
5. When money is raised for Booker and his wife to travel to Europe, the author feels what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens after Booker walks two miles to a man's house to request a donation for his school?
2. Give examples of how different people support Tuskegee Institute.
3. Describe Booker's experience on a train ride where he dines in the white section.
4. What does Booker say about approaching the very wealthy for support for his school?
5. How do his students treat Booker T. Washington?
6. Why does Booker go to Europe?
7. How does a mill owner help out Booker's Tuskegee school?
8. Why do Booker Washington and General Armstrong travel together to larger Northern cities?
9. Why do Booker and his students launch an effort to make bricks?
10. What important lesson does Booker T. Washington say he learns from General Armstrong?
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