1. How many northern lakes had author John J. "Jim" Rowlands said he had seen when he happened upon Cache Lake?
2. What time of year was it when Jim first came upon Cache Lake?
(a) Early June.
(b) Early September.
(c) Early January.
(d) Early March.
3. What was the term used when the early morning mist that hung over the lake was referred to?
(b) "Translucent silk."
(c) "Ghosts' breath."
(d) "Phantom fog."
4. How long was it from the time Jim initially happened upon Cache Lake until he first returned?
(a) Several years.
(b) A week.
(c) A year.
(d) A month.
5. What did the term "cache" mean?
(a) A magnetized piece of metal serving as a compass.
(b) A semi-permanent encampment.
(c) A canoe made from tree branches, bark, and gum.
(d) A hidden storage place for provisions.
6. What did Jim relate was the reason it had been difficult to find Chief Tibeash despite his many efforts?
(a) The north country was a sparsely populated area.
(b) Chief Tibeash had moved away for a time.
(c) The north country was very rugged and heavily wooded.
(d) Indians did not leave forwarding addresses.
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