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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. What does Mrs. Martin say is not needed in the choir?
(b) A director.
2. What is Aunt Ivy's perspective on Hattie's staying with them?
(a) Aunt Ivy dies shortly after Hattie arrived.
(b) She was reluctant at first but now is very happy about Hattie living with them.
(c) She sees Hattie as an inconvenience.
(d) She loves having Hattie there.
3. What does Perilee accept from Hattie?
(a) A spinning wheel.
(b) A rocker.
(c) A butter churn.
(d) A bag of wool.
4. At what does Hattie marvel?
(a) The patience of Plug.
(b) Karl and Perilee's generosity.
(c) The orneriness of Violet.
(d) The huge Montana sky.
5. How does Hattie get to Montana?
(a) Horse and wagon.
(b) A freight train.
(c) The Great Northern Railway.
(d) Hitching rides as she can.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who arrives the next morning at Hattie's house?
2. Why does Hattie go over to talk to Perilee?
3. When does Hattie's uncle Holt take her into his home?
4. Why is Hattie still unable to plant?
5. What does Hattie find when she rides over to the Mueller homestead?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the letter from Hattie's uncle Chester say?
2. Describe Hattie's initial plowing efforts.
3. How does Hattie defuse Traft's aggression towards Mr. Saboe?
4. What happens when Perilee and the children go with Hattie to church?
5. What happens the next day after the dance to the Mueller's barn?
6. Explain the situation that changes the friendly reception at the church for Hattie.
7. With what does Perilee leave Hattie as they drop her off at her new home, and what does Hattie give her in return?
8. How does Violet lose part of her tail?
9. What does Karl say Hattie needs to do about plowing, and how does Hattie feel about plowing?
10. What does Leafie say about Traft Martin when Hattie sees Leafie at the dance?
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