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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. What does Amos see in the thing that wakes him while he is away from his house after he hears Violet has hidden his saved money?
(a) An omen of danger.
(b) A sign from God.
(c) His future.
(d) Violet's logic.
2. How many women does Amos free from slavery before he dies?
3. What does Amos say he is proud of Violet for when he comes back to his house?
(b) Expressing herself.
(c) Using her freedom.
(d) Looking to the future.
4. What does Amos wear every Sunday in Jaffrey?
(a) His casual soft clothes.
(b) His work clothes.
(c) His finest clothes.
(d) His wedding clothes.
5. What kind of house does Amos build for himself in Jaffrey?
(c) Wood slatted.
(d) Mud house.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Violet's daughter like to do in Jaffrey while Amos works during the summer?
2. Which of the following is NOT a step in Amos's tanning process?
3. What does Amos say a man needs in order to be free?
4. Where does Ceylinda sell the things she makes to make money?
5. What lesson does Amos hope to send by leaving money to the church?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Amos use his saved money for after building a house on his farm?
2. What does Lois Burdoo say to Amos in church one day that deeply touches him?
3. What does the town do after refusing to support the Burdoos any longer?
4. What does Ceylinda do while Amos and Violet work during the first summer in Jaffrey?
5. What do Violet and Ceylinda do after Polly's death?
6. What does Amos do when he hears what the town is planning after refusing to support the Burdoos any longer?
7. What does Amos hear on the mountain that he sees as a sign from God?
8. What does Violet say to Amos to validate her actions with the money?
9. What happens when Amos gets to his land when he first moves to Jaffrey?
10. How does Amos spend his first summer in Jaffrey?
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