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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where does Joyce go in Christmas, 1937?
2. Who does Joyce meet around September, 1942?
3. What profession does Joyce have when she is married?
(a) She runs a store with her husband.
(b) She is a clerk.
(c) She works in a food warehouse.
(d) She has no profession.
4. Where is the Duke of York headed?
(b) The coast of Africa.
(c) The Americas.
5. What punishment does Mr. Davey receive for misbehaving again?
(a) He is lashed.
(b) He is thrown overboard.
(c) He is impressed in a man-of-war.
(d) He is killed.
6. Who does Joyce marry in 1944?
7. What does Hamilton do with the three old women slaves that come aboard?
(a) He orders them to be disposed of.
(b) He gives them to another ship.
(c) He sells them.
(d) He frees them.
8. When does the Duke of York set out?
(a) August, 1753.
(b) August, 1752.
(c) August, 1751.
(d) January, 1752.
9. How is the brandy thief punished?
(a) He is stoned.
(b) He is thrown off the boat.
(c) He is chained.
(d) He is given 12 lashes.
10. What group arrives in the small village in "Somewhere in England"?
(a) White American soldiers.
(b) African slave traders.
(c) Black American soldiers.
(d) African slaves.
11. What does Joyce think of government warnings?
(a) They are silly and transparent.
(b) She is neutral towards them.
(c) They are to be taken seriously.
(d) They are thoughtful and concerning.
12. What is Joyce's third husband's name?
13. Where is the "cargo" being transported?
(a) The Americas.
14. How old is Hamilton?
15. Who is the man that knew Captain Hamilton's father and had done business with him?
(a) John Pierce.
(b) Mr. Davey.
(c) Mr. Ellis.
(d) Matthew Arthur.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Mr. Davey?
2. What does Hamilton worry about in regards to buying slaves?
3. What is the stateroom of the ship set up for?
4. What form is "Crossing the River" written in?
5. What is Hamilton's nationality?
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