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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 6, "To Know The Past".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Chapter 4, why does Little Tree feel grown-up?
(a) He is allowed to prepare the food.
(b) Granpa lets him go up the trail by himself.
(c) Granma gives him a deer shirt like Granpa's to wear.
(d) Granma teaches him to make his own shirt.
2. What reason does Granpa suggest as the only logical explanation for this law of George Washington's that makes him so angry?
(a) Washington hates Cherokees.
(b) Washington got a blow in the head.
(c) Washington is a thief.
(d) Washington hates children.
3. What lesson does the author teach the reader in Chapter 6, based on how the Indians responded to the oppression by the soldiers?
(a) The oppressed should fight back even if it causes more deaths.
(b) The oppressed should surrender in order to save lives.
(c) Oppressed people can remain strong and proud.
(d) The oppressed will always turn against each other in order to escape death.
4. Which three people does Little Tree learn about from Granpa's stories in Chapter 5?
(a) An uncle who gets in trouble with women, granpa's pa and Coon Jack.
(b) Jack, Papa and Uncle.
(c) Uncle Coon, Papa Jack and Pa.
(d) Uncle, Pa and Bonnie Bee.
5. How is the reader made aware that Pa eventually gets very close to the Indians?
(a) He moves them closer to where he lives.
(b) He eventually marries one of the young daughters.
(c) He advises them on how to remain safe from the soldiers.
(d) He moves into their camp.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the Hangin' Gap?
2. According to Little Tree, why do the white mountain men in the area respect Granpa?
3. In the early chapters of the book, what kind of education is Little Tree receiving from his grandparents?
4. From the incident with the black car, what is revealed about Granpa's attitude towards words?
5. Why does Granpa enjoy hunting even though he has never killed a fox in his life?
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