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Question 1 By 1924, only _ elder men could be found who knew the ancient Hawaiian chanting styles.

Correct Answer: 17

Question 2 Which of the following is NOT an example of the loss of Hawaiian sovereignty? Correct Answer: The Spanish-American War

Question 3 Who was the first Westerner to come into contact with Hawaii, and introduce Hawaii to trade networks and the market economy? Correct Answer: James Cook

Question 4 Hawaiian Alii Kings did NOT exclusively inherit rights to land or followers. Correct Answer: True

Question 5 Mana translates roughly to outstanding truth in action. Correct Answer: False

Question 6 During the musical revival in Hawaii in the 1970s and 1980s, artists ONLY used acoustic instruments. Correct Answer: False

Question 7 Sunday Manoa was one of the most popular groups during the Hawaiian Renaissance. Correct Answer: True

Question 8 Hawaiian language schools have been an important part of the revival of traditional Hawaiian culture. Correct Answer: True

Question 9 Which Hawaiian noble was the first to unify all of the islands in 1810? Correct Answer: King Kamehameha I

Question 10 Hula and its body movements were said to posses mana and power that could invoke a deeper significance. Correct Answer: True

Question 11 Taro is a staple food of native Hawaiians, is considered sacred, and is mentioned in creation mythologies. Correct Answer: True

Question 12 What is the name of one of the most famous modern day festivals keeping hula and chant alive in Hawaii today? Correct Answer: The Merrie Monarch Festival

Question 13 In the late 1700s/early 1800s, furs from the Pacific Northwest were primarily being traded with what country? Correct Answer: China

Question 14 Hulas and chants are considered a static (non-changing) form of expression. Correct Answer: False

Question 15 The New York-centered musicians and writers who produced imitation or commercialized forms of Hawaiian musical sounds in the early 1900s with the influx of tourism in Hawaii were known, collectively, as: Correct Answer: Tin Pan Alley

Question 16 During the 1960s and 1970s, this Hawaiian elder played an influential role in starting a "Native Hawaiian Renaissance" and led the shift to more indigenous musical styles: Correct Answer: Phillip "Gabby" Pahinui

Question 17 Many _______ began playing traditional Hawaiian music mixed with modern music during the 1960s, which in large part started the Hawaiian Renaissance. Correct Answer: Radio Stations

Question 18 During initial Polynesian settlement, Hawaiians built large irrigation systems for ____, which in turn supported intensive ____ production. Correct Answer: Taro, pig

Question 19 Early Hawaiian history was recorded through songs and chants, which serve as an example of ________. Correct Answer: Oral Tradition

Question 20 Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States in 1859. Correct Answer: False

Question 21 A very controversial moment in Hawaii's history came when ______________ renewed the Reciprocity Treaty and allowed the U.S. to set-up shop at Pearl Harbor. Correct Answer: King Kalakaua

Question 22 The period of taxation in Native Hawaii fell on the New Year, during the ___________ festival. Correct Answer: Makahiki

Question 23 All of the following exemplify the 1900s tourist influx and craze in Hawaii, EXCEPT: Correct Answer: Bayonet Constitution

Question 24 Who controlled Hawaii before the U.S. annexation? Correct Answer: Hawaii was an independent nation

Question 25 The U.S. set-up a provisional government in _____, and Hawaii was then annexed as a U.S. territory in ______. Correct Answer: 1894; 1898

Question 26 By the late 1820s, the Sandalwood tree population was exhausted, and Hawaii soon developed the _____ industry. Correct Answer: Whaling

Question 27 The Reciprocity Treaty was signed to insure the profitability of the _______ industry. Correct Answer: Sugar

Question 28 The traditional Hula can be characterized as ___________. Correct Answer: Both A and C

Question 29 The start of the Hawaiian New Year symbolized the return of _______ to the land. Correct Answer: Fertility

Question 30 These people were known as Hawaiian nobles and were given taxes from the commoners: Correct Answer: Ali'i

Question 31 Hula and chant are taught in a master-apprentice style of knowledge transmission Correct Answer: True

Question 32 Taboos are ONLY about proper relationships between Alii and commoners, and men and women. Correct Answer: False

Question 33 Hulas and chants worked to reinforce the Hawaiian status quo of the time. Correct Answer: True

Question 34 The second phase (600 - 1100 CE) of Polynesian settlement on the islands of Hawaii was primarily marked by which activities? Correct Answer: The use of refined agricultural techniques and aquatic food production

Question 35 All of the following are themes of contemporary Hawaiian protest music, EXCEPT: Correct Answer: Disdain for modern electrical musical instruments

Question 36 Bonds of reciprocity governed the Ali'i-Commoner relationship, giving rise to the concept of Aloha. Correct Answer: True

Question 37 The Ukulele was originally adapted from a similar Portuguese instrument and translates to: Correct Answer: Jumping Flea

Question 38 This instrument was modified to meet local tastes by detuning the regular guitar and loosening its strings: Correct Answer: Slack Key Guitar

Question 39 Land stewards were known as _______: Correct Answer: Konohiki

Question 40 In the early 1800s, which Hawaiian noble began to ban traditional rituals and encouraged the spread of Christianity on the islands? Correct Answer: Queen Kaahumanu