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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 will cost the Mueller family considerably?
(a) Buying protection.
(b) The loss of both horses.
(c) The loss of the cow and calf.
(d) The loss of one of the horses.
2. Why does Leafie do when she observes who is with the cow?
(c) Fires her rifle in the air.
(d) Becomes obviously happy.
3. Who picks up Hattie for the dance?
(a) Traft Martin.
(b) Rooster Jim.
(c) Karl and Perilee Mueller.
(d) No one; she goes alone.
4. Why do Chase and Mattie run past Hattie's house without stopping one day?
(a) They are in a hurry because Perilee is giving birth.
(b) They are being chased by other boys.
(c) They have good news for their parents.
(d) They have to get ten rods of fencing in that day.
5. What are the Mueller children sent out to gather?
(d) Wild flowers.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many children do Perilee and Karl bring when they pick up Hattie?
2. What does Hattie find when she arrives home?
3. What has Hattie's uncle Holt been doing with her letters?
4. How old does Hattie feel she'll be before she is finished plowing?
5. Who is Plug?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the interaction between Traft and Hattie on April 2.
2. How does Hattie find a small source of income for herself?
3. What neighbor does Hattie meet in the local grocery store and what does he tell her?
4. What does Karl say Hattie needs to do about plowing, and how does Hattie feel about plowing?
5. Who arrives to pick Mattie up in Wolf Point, and why do they spend the night there?
6. What does the letter from Hattie's uncle Chester say?
7. Where does Hattie go to live at age 13, and what is Ivy's reaction to Hattie?
8. How does Hattie make use of her petticoat that her aunt Ivy always insisted upon her wearing?
9. What happens when Perilee and the children go with Hattie to church?
10. What happens the next day after the dance to the Mueller's barn?
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