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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 many months is it before the MacIveys settle near the Kissimmee River?
2. How does Solomon think the tourists and real estate ventures have changed the city?
(a) For the worse.
(b) It has remained the same.
(c) For the better.
(d) He is not aware of the changes.
3. How many cows do the men lose during the battle with the wolves?
4. How does Tobias react to the news of the cows that have been lost?
(a) He is calm.
(b) He is not told.
(c) He is upset.
(d) He is ambivalent.
5. How long does the construction of the MacIvey's first primitive house in Florida take?
(a) Three weeks.
(b) Three years.
(c) One year.
(d) One month.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is Tobias paid by Cap'n Hendry?
2. What part of Florida is the McIvey's primitive home located?
3. What river does the Cow Cavalry drive the cattle across?
4. Where is Punta Rassa located?
5. How many cows does Tobias give to James Tiger and Willie Cypress?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is another prospect that Tobias is told about in Chapter 15 and how does it work out?
2. How do Zech, Bonzo, and Frog lose the cows they have herded and what is Tobias' response?
3. How does Sol meet Bonnie, and what is interesting about their relationship?
4. How does Solomon explain his part in the real estate development to Toby?
5. Where does Zech meet Glenda, and what is Emma's advice to him?
6. How does Glenda die, and what advice does Zech give to Sol afterward?
7. Why do Willie and James travel so far to get cows from Tobias, and what does he charge them for the cattle?
8. What happens during Glenda's first cattle drive with the MacIveys?
9. What gift does Zech find in the pen, and how do the MacIveys choose to name their new animals?
10. How do the oranges reflect the state of Tobias and the MacIvey family after Emma's death?
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