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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 21: "With the Union Army".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Thomas Sims was ordered to be returned to his owner where, according to the author in Chapter 13: “The Legend of Moses”?
(d) North Carolina.
2. What year was it that Harriet started wearing a bandana, according to the author in Chapter 6: “The Underground Road”?
3. What was the Canadian government’s reply when Henry Clay made his second plea to make an agreement to return American slaves, according to the author in Chapter 5: “Flight”?
(a) “All parties have already been given full Canadian citizenship.”
(b) “It is utterly impossible to agree to a stipulation for the surrender of fugitive slaves.”
(c) “The people of Canada are repulsed by the practice of slavery.”
(d) “We can return the slaves for no less than one million dollars each.”
4. What is described in Chapter 3: “Six Years Old” as “the star that stayed constant, not rising in the east and setting in the west as other stars appeared to do”?
(b) The North Star.
(d) The Southern Cross.
5. Who was the president of the Philadelphia Vigilance Committee when Harriet first visited it in Chapter 11: “Stranger in a Strange Land”?
(a) Jacob Jackson.
(b) J. Miller McKim.
(c) John A. Andrew.
(d) Franklin B. Sanborn.
Short Answer Questions
1. When was Thomas Sims arrested, according to the author in Chapter 13: “The Legend of Moses”?
2. Harriet told the fugitives about William and Ellen Craft escaping from where in Chapter 15: “Go On or Die”?
3. How much wood did Harriet usually cut per day as a part of her father’s team in Chapter 8: “Minta Becomes Harriet”?
4. In December of 1860, what state seceded from the Union, according to the author in Chapter 21: “With the Union Army”?
5. Harriet told the slave refugees that William Garrett would give everyone what when they arrived in Chapter 14: “The Railroad Runs to Canada”?
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