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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 does Sir Charles live?
(b) Costa Rica.
(d) The Virgin Islands.
2. What does Mehuru dream that comes true?
(a) Being trapped on a ship out at sea.
(b) Being a wealthy tribesman.
(c) Drowning at sea.
(d) Being told what to do.
3. How does Josiah react when he finds out one of the slaves has died?
(a) He is grateful to Sarah.
(b) He is angry with Mehuru.
(c) He yells at Frances.
(d) He reassure Frances.
4. What message is Mehuru delivering to villages in Chapter 2?
(a) To continue slave trading with the white man.
(b) To sell only sugar to the white man.
(c) To stop slave trading with the white man.
(d) To stop selling sugar to the white man.
5. Which example is NOT a concern for an uninsured slave trader?
(a) Ships will sink.
(b) Slaves will revolt on ships.
(c) Slaves will love their masters.
(d) Slaves will kill themselves.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 11, how does Frances feel when she tries to teach the slaves?
2. Mehuru senses that John Bates is what?
3. What does Mehuru do that surprised John Bates?
4. What is the name of the insurance case that concerns Josiah?
5. What does Mehru see when he looks into Died of Shame's eyes?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the letter correspondence that occurs between Josiah Cole and Frances Scott.
2. How do Josiah and Frances help one another?
3. What does Sir Charles believe about slaves?
4. After Siko and Mehuru are taken, what does Mehuru assume will happen once he can speak with someone of authority?
5. What dream does Mehuru have that comes true?
6. Describe Meuhuru.
7. When Josiah refers to Frances's furniture as "old stuff," what does this reveal about him?
8. How does Frances feel about Died of Shame's death?
9. Why do the slaves moan with "Died of Shame?"
10. Do you think Sarah respects Frances?
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