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In the article, the author’s purpose in describing his own trips was most likely to
a) verify Lewis and Clark’s legacy in the western United States.
b) illustrate the transformations since Lewis and Clark’s journey.
c) support the information documented in Lewis and Clark’s journals.
d) reflect on the experiences he had while retracing Lewis and Clark’s route.

According to the article, what most helped Lewis and Clark recognize the vastness of the West?
a) facing the hardships of raw wilderness
b) paddling upstream for thousands of miles
c) creating their own maps of the new territory
d) progressing an average of twelve miles per day

These are experiences unavailable to those who peer out of airplane windows at 35,000 feet...Which of the following best restates the meaning of the sentence above?
a) The country appears small and rustic from far above.
b) Modern travel is boring compared to travel in the past.
c) Only land travel offers genuine understanding of scale.
d) Much of the country is uninhabited and without beauty.

Which of the author’s experiences most likely generated emotions similar to those Lewis and Clark had felt?
a) befriending interesting characters along the route
b) rereading the journals by candlelight at Fort Clatsop
c) observing the breadth of the country from an airplane
d) sighting the Pacific Ocean from Cape Disappointment

The author learned many lessons while following Lewis and Clark’s route because he
a) traveled by land.
b) conducted careful research.
c) possessed a vivid imagination.
d) used the same types of transportation.

As far as my eyes could see, out to the farthest western horizon, the rolling swells of the Pacific Ocean...Which type of figurative language does the author use in this sentence?
a) hyperbole, exaggerating the intensity of the waves
b) symbolism, using the distant waves to represent an army
c) metaphor, comparing the waves to reflections of sunlight
d) personification, giving human characteristics to the waves

The author includes quotations from Lewis and Clark’s journals most likely to show
a) the historic language the explorers used.
b) his familiarity with the sites described in the journals.
c) the difference between unexplored and modern landscapes.
d) similarities between his impressions and those of the explorers.

The author’s journey differed from Lewis and Clark’s journey in all of the following ways EXCEPT
a) its dangers.
b) its duration.
c) its difficulty.
d) its destination.

Why did Yo Nigata feel guilty?
a) She was attending a movie during a war.
b) She was secretly seeing her friend Mort.
c) Her native country had attacked the United States.
d) Her husband wanted to play basketball.

Why do you think the U.S. government imprisoned Japanese Americans during World War II?
a) The government thought Japanese Americans might aid Japan in the war.
b) The government thought Japanese Americans could understand Japan's secret codes.
c) The government did not want people speaking proudly of Japan.
d) The government wanted to protect Japanese americans.

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