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Unit Test 7

Carver / Sunday / Booker / Wilder

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True or False. Laura Ingalls Wilder lived in Wisconsin. true
True or False. When it was time to move West, Pa Ingalls built a prairie Schooner. true
True or False. At 15 years of age, Laura began to teach school. true
True or False. The Ingalls family moved only one time. false
True or False. A biography is a true story of someone's life written by another person. true
True or False. Booker T. Washington like Billy Sunday because he could have some honey. false.
True or False. After the Civil War, Booker T. Washington and his family were still slaves. false. They were freed.
True or False. Booker T. Washington attended Hampton Institute in Virginia. true
True or False. Booker T. Washington's first book was Noah Webster's Blue-Backed Speller. true
True or False. The emptiness that Billy Sunday felt within was filled with the excitement of baseball. false
True or False. Billy Sunday played for the Chicago White STOCKINGS baseball team. false, he played for the Chicago White SOX.
True or False. Billy Sunday preached to an estimated one million people in his lifetime. false
What happened to Mary Ingalls because of her scarlet fever? She went blind.
What important book did Billy Sunday learn about while he was living at the Orphan's Home? The Bible
Who was the founder of the Tuskegee Institute? Booker T. Washington
What was a school for Black Americans? Tuskegee Institute
Who was an evangelistic meeting song leader? Homer Rodeheaver
What was the best gift George Carver ever received? a Bible
Who was the man who discovered 118 uses for the sweet potato? George Washington Carver
What man was an evangelist preacher? Billy Sunday
Booker T. Washington was very nervous the first day of school because he did not have what? a last name
Tom and his stepsons worked in what? salt mines
Laura Ingalls Wilder's first doll was made of what? a corncob
Through experiments, who found many uses for the sweet potato and the peanut. George Washington Carver
George Washington Carver's hobby was what? studying plants
Where did Booker T. Washington and his family move after the Civil War? Malden, West Virginia
As a boy, what word did Booker T. Washington wonder about? freedom
What was Booker T. Washington's number at the salt mines? eighteen
Whom did George Washington Carver meet at Tuskegee Institute? Booker T. Washington
What did Billy Sunday organize for the mothers who attended his meetings? a nursery
With whom did George Washington Carver live in Neosho? Mariah and Andy Watkins
At Tuskegee Institute, what was Mr. Carver director of? agriculture
What is a true story of a person's life written by that person himself? an autobiography
What was the first book Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote? Little House in the Big Woods
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