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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. Who does not attend the Independence Day picnic?
(a) The Fens.
(b) The Tweeds.
(c) The Martins.
(d) Rooster Jim.
2. What is the situation like when Hattie goes over to the Mueller house?
(a) Perilee is very close to delivering.
(b) Perilee is working on the quilt feverishly.
(c) Mattie is being difficult.
(d) Chase is very ill.
3. What has to be done for Charlotte?
(a) Teach her about being a settler's wife.
(b) Keep her warm.
(c) Welcome her.
(d) Let her handle the birth to learn how to do it.
4. What does Hattie see with Leafie?
(a) The newest in automobiles.
(b) A military tank.
(c) A homeless goat.
(d) The new style of bicycles.
5. What does Rooster Jim use as a trellis for his string beans?
(a) A bicycle.
(b) A rusted plow.
(c) An old loom.
(d) A few strands of barbed wire.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Hattie realize about Traft that softens her attitude towards him momentarily?
2. What is Hattie told is the minimal allowable pledge?
3. Why is Elmer Ren arrested?
4. What does a letter from Charlie reveal?
5. What does Hattie do at the Mueller's while waiting for Leafie?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happens after Hattie and the others who are threshing see big, black clouds rolling in?
2. How does Hattie have to go into more debt because of the savings stamp drive?
3. What does Charlie write to Hattie in a somber letter?
4. How does Rooster Jim end up on top of a hay bale?
5. What has Hattie been doing at night to fight the heat?
6. What begins on September 12th, and who will it encompass?
7. What epidemic strikes the area where Hattie lives and what does Leafie do?
8. What happens when Hattie goes to visit Perilee?
9. Who comes to help Hattie with the threshing and how does Chase contribute?
10. What happens to Elmer Ren while Hattie and Leafie are visiting?
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