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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is Nacognaweto?
(a) The chief of the Mohawk Indians.
(b) An Indian brave.
(c) An Indian hunter.
(d) The chief of the local Tuscarora Indians.
2. Who does Jamie dream of while he is waiting for discovery after his injury in Chapter 21?
3. Who is Gillian or Geillis Edgar?
(a) Fiona's sister.
(b) Fiona's grandmother.
(c) Fiona's professor.
(d) Fiona's cousin.
4. Who does Roger believe is the personification of enduring love?
(a) Jamie and Jocasta.
(b) Claire and Frank.
(c) Brianna and himself.
(d) Claire and Jamie.
5. What does River Run manufacture?
(c) Soy beans.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Gavin Hayes?
2. What family name does Brianna find herself encountering all day at the celebration Roger takes her to in Boston?
3. What happens the first time Roger tries to go through the stones in Chapter 32?
4. How does Jamie's group make money with their gems?
5. Who does Jocasta hope will take over River Run for her?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Claire dislike Jamie's friend, Lord John Grey?
2. What crime do Jamie and Claire come across while talking over their future prospects during a walk at the mills?
3. Why is Claire worried about Jamie's determination to remain on the mountain through winter?
4. What items do Fiona and Roger discover offer protection when traveling through time with help from the circle of stones?
5. What are Claire and Jamie looking for as they separate from their friends in the mountains?
6. Why has Farquard Campbell been called to River Run?
7. Who is the ghost in the cemetery that disturbs Jamie, Claire, and their friends as they prepare to bury Gavin?
8. Who is Jocasta Cameron and what is manufactured on her plantation, River Run?
9. What role does Jocasta want Jamie to fill at River Run?
10. Who does Fiona leave alone with Roger to clean out the library?
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