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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When traveling in August, what food was suggested one could rely on obtaining by "living off the land" to supplement rations taken?
(b) Fruits, nuts, and some vegetation.
(c) All meat and fish.
(d) All meat, fish, fruits, and vegetation.
2. Benasee Jewan, the Indian term for September, meant what?
(a) "The Leaves Change Color and Fall."
(b) "The Moon Before Snow Arrives."
(c) "The Moon When the Birds Fly Away."
(d) "The Northern Lights Begin to Play."
3. Some brilliant colors of male birds in June change to what by winter?
(a) They remain the same once they are fully grown.
(b) They become even more intense in splendor.
(c) They diminish somewhat in their colors.
(d) They do not even appear like the same bird.
4. November included many gray days with heavy rolling clouds that reminded Chief Tibeash of what animals?
(a) Big hunting wolf packs.
(b) Giant schools of Great Lakes fish.
(c) Great migrating caribou herds.
(d) Large flocks of gray geese.
5. What did Hank once make a model of?
(a) A logging camp.
(b) His cabin and trees.
(c) A birch canoe.
(d) An Indian tepee.
6. It was noted that logging was not what it was 40 years ago when, a time when what were used?
(d) Big horses.
7. In September, the Indians who had arrived for the summer headed where at this time?
(a) North for trapping grounds.
(b) East for coastal waters.
(c) South for warmer weather.
(d) West for caves.
8. 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?
(c) South Africa.
9. How much flour was recommended could be substituted per each loaf of bread taken for a week's venture?
(a) 1/3 lbs.
(b) 1/2 lbs.
(d) 1/4 lbs.
10. Jim saw what animals as they escaped not far ahead of a forest fire as it approached a lake he had sought for refuge?
(a) Hundreds of rabbits, deer, porcupines, and two bear.
(b) A few rabbits, deer, porcupines, a moose and two bear.
(c) Dozens of rabbits, deer, skunks, and several bear.
(d) Hundreds of rabbits, deer, snakes, and several bear.
11. Instead of the usual runners constructed of split ash, two old skis made of what wood were used for Tripper's sled?
12. Teams often left their logging camps around what time, with only the cook and his crew remaining?
(a) Shortly before sunrise.
(b) After breakfast around 8 a.m.
(c) Shortly after 3 a.m.
(d) Shortly after sunrise.
13. What did the beavers store in the mud beneath their ponds as food for the winter?
(a) Fallen, young pine cones..
(b) Old, sweet woods.
(c) Full-grown, dry marsh grasses.
(d) Young, sweet woods.
14. How many steps were diagrammed as the procedure for a single individual to shoulder a canoe?
15. Jim related how he once capsized when he canoed about 5 days out from civilization, but he kept his matches dry how?
(a) In a sap covered matchbox.
(b) In a small watertight bottle.
(c) In a wax paper package.
(d) In a plastic container.
Short Answer Questions
1. Gabby was what type of bird that remained through the winter instead of flying south?
2. Jim tried to do what if a thunderstorm came up when he was on the lake in his canoe?
3. How was a mattress that was ordered from a catalog transported to Cache Lake?
4. Chief Tibeash said the herring gulls in their region were apt to do what when a storm approached?
5. What toys did Chief Tibeash and his brothers whittle as boys for use in the winter on the lakes?
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