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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose idea was it to construct a "scrap-pile radio" from odds and ends found around a north woods camp that was diagrammed?
(b) Chief Tibeash.
(c) Mr. Beedee.
2. November included many gray days with heavy rolling clouds that reminded Chief Tibeash of what animals?
(a) Great migrating caribou herds.
(b) Big hunting wolf packs.
(c) Large flocks of gray geese.
(d) Giant schools of Great Lakes fish.
3. Tiger, black, and spicebush swallowtails were three types of what depicted in the chapter covering July?
4. Chief Tibeash dried fish in the sun, removed the gills and eyes, then wrapped them well separated in dry moss to keep them for how long?
(a) Later that night.
(b) 3 days.
(c) For the following morning.
(d) 1-2 days.
5. Experienced sled dogs were said to work best when fed at what time of day?
(a) The end.
(b) The midday.
(c) The beginning.
(d) Just prior to a trip.
6. When he tracked a bear in light snow and saw it wandered here and there, Chief Tibeash said that indicated it had likely done what?
(a) Ferreted out a mate.
(b) Explored for food.
(c) Looked for a missing cub.
(d) Sought a hibernation spot.
7. What were other terms used to refer to cedar waxwings in Cache Lake country?
(a) Cherry or redwing birds.
(b) Redwing or redbreast birds.
(c) Redbreast or cedar birds.
(d) Cedar or cherry birds.
8. It was noted that tree swallows ate what else beyond insects as few other swallows did?
9. Teams often left their logging camps around what time, with only the cook and his crew remaining?
(a) Shortly after 3 a.m.
(b) After breakfast around 8 a.m.
(c) Shortly before sunrise.
(d) Shortly after sunrise.
10. Jim noted that Chief Tibeash eyed everything when on the trail and walked as quietly as what animal?
(a) A lynx.
(b) An deer.
(c) An ostrich.
(d) A coyote.
11. What was Chief Tibeash searching for when he tested the water in a stream by periodically sticking his hand in?
(a) A spring hole.
(b) A murky stream.
(c) A sun sparkling pool.
(d) A cool pool.
12. June brought with it the first of the Cree families for the summer that came by birch canoe to settle in where?
(a) Cache Lake.
(b) Shining Tree Lake.
(c) Beaver Tail Lake.
(d) Snow Goose Lake.
13. What was the main rule in a form of football that Indians played with a wood chip initially buried in an area between 2 goal sticks at each end?
(a) Use only toes to dig the chip out and nudge it with a stick to the goal.
(b) Use a stick with hands behind to dig and nudge the chip to the goal.
(c) Use only toes and feet to dig the chip out and kick it to the goal.
(d) Stay on one foot and use a stick to dig and nudge the chip to the goal.
14. When traveling in August, what food was suggested one could rely on obtaining by "living off the land" to supplement rations taken?
(a) Fruits, nuts, and some vegetation.
(b) All meat and fish.
(c) All meat, fish, fruits, and vegetation.
15. Jim built a pot that made a little fuel go far like one he read about used in what country where a handful of grass cooked a whole pot of stew?
(b) South Africa.
Short Answer Questions
1. It was noted that logging was not what it was 40 years ago when, a time when what were used?
2. What did Chief Tibeash refer to deep-water trolling using copper wire 100 yards long and a single pound sinker?
3. Jim saw what animals as they escaped not far ahead of a forest fire as it approached a lake he had sought for refuge?
4. What was Hank's "ice boat" constructed from that had his canoe sail rigged to it?
5. Jim advised that Chief Tibeash instructed him wild animals relied on what 3 senses to protect themselves?
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