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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who is the fiddle player at the square dance?
2. What is the real first name of Mac?
3. When the dance caller needs a break, who does he recruit as his replacement?
4. Who is injured during the rodeo?
5. Who is Isodor?
(a) A packer, a person who loads supplies onto horses for deliveries.
(b) Lisabeth's brother.
(c) A man who repairs saddles and bales hay, depending on the season.
(d) Stanley's brother.
6. The day after the argument at the McCaskill dinner table, Mac sends Jick to check on whose ranch?
7. Through what are sheep herded for the purpose of counting?
(a) The eye of a needle.
(b) A needle vee.
(c) A counting vee.
(d) A sheep gate.
8. What color is Alec's hair?
9. As described in Part 1, Alec is employed by whom?
10. During his third day of laboring on Mac's assignment, from whom does Jick hide?
11. What is Mac and Jick's favorite spot in the National Forest?
(a) Gros Ventre.
(b) Flame Gulch.
(c) Phantom Woman Mountain.
(d) Noon Creek.
12. What is the name of the town nearest to the McCaskill's home?
(a) English Creek.
(c) North Fork.
(d) Gros Ventre.
13. During the escalating fight after the dance, whose punch does Ray intercept?
14. In what part of Montana did Lisabeth grow up?
(a) Noon Creek.
(b) Gros Ventre.
(d) English Creek.
15. What is a jick?
(a) A device used for shearing sheep.
(b) A dance, popular in the 1920s.
(c) A horse-drawn wheel and axle, used for haying.
(d) A jack that shares the color of the jack of trumps in some card games.
Short Answer Questions
1. How much money does Jick's father give him for spending on the Fourth of July?
2. What task does Mac assign to Jick, for the time that he will be away?
3. At the Fourth of July Picnic, which McCaskill makes a speech?
4. During conversation on Thursday while Mac is away, how does Lisabeth describe Leona?
5. Who is Pat Hoy?
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