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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Pictures of what animals were noted to be about the most difficult to get?
(b) Jumping fish.
2. In September, the Indians who had arrived for the summer headed where at this time?
(a) East for coastal waters.
(b) North for trapping grounds.
(c) West for caves.
(d) South for warmer weather.
3. September days were described as often having been clear and feeling what?
4. Where was it noted the lightning bugs did not fly so much?
(a) Over the open water.
(b) Over rocky areas.
(c) In the open places.
(d) Along the shoreline.
5. What was Hank's "ice boat" constructed from that had his canoe sail rigged to it?
(a) 1 free-standing bathtub set lengthwise to narrow pipe runners.
(b) 1 barrel half cut and set lengthwise attached to angle iron rails.
(c) 1 4-foot water trough set lengthwise on old skis.
(d) 2 reversed tree crotch ends lashed on the sides and angle iron runners.
6. Gabby was what type of bird that remained through the winter instead of flying south?
(a) A goose.
(b) A moosebird.
(c) A barn owl.
(d) A mockingbird.
7. What was given as the reason there was always something of interest that went on at Cache Lake?
(a) Tripper was a comical treat to have around.
(b) It was never known what Hank would do next.
(c) Chief Tibeash was always teaching a new skill.
(d) Wild animals always provided more to learn about.
8. Striking two chunks of pyrite yielded sparks that could kindle a fire, and iron pyrite was commonly called what?
(a) Fool's Gold.
(b) Sparkling Gold.
(c) Yellow Gold.
(d) 2 Karat Gold.
9. June brought with it the first of the Cree families for the summer that came by birch canoe to settle in where?
(a) Beaver Tail Lake.
(b) Shining Tree Lake.
(c) Cache Lake.
(d) Snow Goose Lake.
10. A pair of canoes were sometimes lashed together how far apart with saplings across the stern and forward thwarts?
(a) A few inches.
(b) A few feet apart.
(c) Tight together.
(d) Approximately five feet apart or more.
11. It was recommended that any bacon taken was lean for what reason?
(a) Lean bacon kept longer.
(b) Fat bacon was tougher.
(c) Lean bacon was healthier.
(d) Fat bacon left little once fried.
12. Some brilliant colors of male birds in June change to what by winter?
(a) They become even more intense in splendor.
(b) They do not even appear like the same bird.
(c) They remain the same once they are fully grown.
(d) They diminish somewhat in their colors.
13. A fire piston, which worked on the principle that air got extremely hot when compressed, might reach over how many degrees Fahrenheit?
14. It took both patience and time to tame a wild animal, so what was suggested?
(a) Get them young and bring them up.
(b) Give them a lot of attention.
(c) Initially keep them in a pen or cage.
(d) Use food to get them accustomed to you.
15. The kerf of a tree was a reference to what?
(a) The second notch cut opposite of its lean.
(b) The first notch cut on the side it will fall.
(c) The second notch cut on the side it will fall.
(d) The first notch cut opposite of its lean.
Short Answer Questions
1. How much flour was recommended could be substituted per each loaf of bread taken for a week's venture?
2. 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?
3. It was noted that tree swallows ate what else beyond insects as few other swallows did?
4. What did the beavers store in the mud beneath their ponds as food for the winter?
5. It was noted that logging was not what it was 40 years ago when, a time when what were used?
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