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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. Where was Mary Church Terrell living when she heard the news of the grocer's lynching?
(b) Washington, D.C.
(d) New York City.
2. What punishment did Maria receive for attempting to burn down her master's home in Massachusetts?
(b) Burned at the stake.
(d) Sale to a tobacco farm.
3. How much money did the CWL successfully lobby to establish kindergarten classes in 1898?
4. Who, in the chapter "The Quest for Woman Suffrage," was quoted as saying "divine law makes no distinction between the sexes"?
(a) Sojourner Truth.
(b) Reverend R.E. Wall.
(c) Frederick Douglass.
(d) Ida B. Wells.
5. What, by order of the House of Burgesses, were masters of slaves able to do to their servants?
(a) Have intercourse with them.
(b) Starve them.
(c) Hang them.
(d) Whip them.
Short Answer Questions
1. In 1830, who did Maria Stewart tell that it was their duty to cultivate a pure heart and thirst for knowledge in their children?
2. In 1913, what group organized a march in Washington, D.C. for the day before Woodrow Wilson's inauguration?
3. In 1914, who were the largest group of voters in South Carolina?
4. Who, according to W.E.B. Du Bois, could you not bribe?
5. How many lynchings occurred in 1892?
Short Essay Questions
1. After emancipation, what did both Black men and women escape from? (Not in regard to slavery itself.)
2. Why did many of the Baptist clergy state that the only place for women was in the church singing?
3. What contradictions did Black women face when it came to supporting Booker T. Washington?
4. What incident moved W.E.B. Du Bois to praise Black women for their courage?
5. Ultimately, why was Thomas Moss lynched?
6. Describe the two sides regarding the Fifteenth Amendment.
7. What opinion did "The Woman's Era" (1894) offer regarding the traditional roles of women?
8. What did the end of the chapter "Prelude to a Movement" state were the problems that educated Black women faced?
9. What law did Virginia pass in regard to children born to Black female slaves and their masters?
10. Why did the chapter "Defending Our Name" state that Ida B. Wells should have been pleased?
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