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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Linda hears that someone from her hometown is coming to find her, where does Linda flee?
2. Linda changes her mind, and goes ahead and flees North when someone spots her. Who is it?
(b) Dr. Flint.
(c) A local gossip.
3. What two things does Linda immediately notice about Ellen?
(a) She noticed that Ellen's hair and face have been burned.
(b) She noticed that Ellen did love her anymore and that she wanted to live with her father.
(c) She noticed that Ellen's care and education have been well-cared for.
(d) She noticed that Ellen's care and education have been neglected.
4. In whose house does Linda meet her daughter?
(a) At the train station.
(b) At the dock.
(c) At an abolisher's house.
(d) A former slave's house from her hometown.
5. On what mode of transportation does Linda continue her journey to New York?
(a) By train.
(b) By foot.
(c) By carriage.
(d) By boat.
6. How much is paid for Linda's freedom?
7. What horrific truth does Linda learn about Ellen's situation with the Hobbs'?
(a) Linda learned that Ellen was being raped by Mr. Hobbs.
(b) Linda learned that Ellen was being beaten.
(c) Linda learned that Ellen was still a slave.
(d) Linda learned that Ellen loved the Hobbs' more than her own mother.
8. What group of people does Linda's host introduce her to in order to help her continue her journey to New York?
(a) The underground railroad society.
(b) The Catholic Church.
(c) The Red Cross.
(d) The anti-slavery society.
9. What does the letter from Linda's legal owner state?
(a) That Benny and Ellen had been captured and sold.
(b) That Aunt Marthy was returned to slavery.
(c) That she was 'cordially invited' to join them on their plantation in Virgina.
(d) That Linda was no longer a slave.
10. Who continues to go out of his way to help Linda and her companion when they reach Philadelphia?
(c) The ship's captain.
(d) A homeless man Linda meets on the street.
11. What is the Fugitive Slave Law?
(a) It is a law that stated all fugitive slaves were to be imprisoned immediately.
(b) It is a law that allowed escaped slaves to claim their freedom.
(c) It is a law requiring Northerners to turn over slaves to their Southern owners.
(d) It is a law that stated all slaves were now free.
12. How do Linda and the appendix writer meet?
(a) They met through Benny.
(b) They met through Ellen.
(c) They met through William.
(d) They met through Aunt Marthy.
13. What distressing news does Linda discover about Benny when she returns to Boston?
(a) She found out that he returned South.
(b) She didn't find anything out because Benny was with her on the trip to England.
(c) She found out that he was discriminated againist and took a job on a whaling ship.
(d) She found out he had died.
14. Where is Linda's escape route from the South taking her first?
(b) New York.
(c) Washington D.C.
15. What good news does one of Aunt Marthy's letters bring?
(a) That Dr. Flint has died.
(b) That Aunt Marthy has escaped from slavery.
(c) That Mr. Sands wants to marry Linda.
(d) That Linda is now free.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is staying at the Hobbs' house when Linda goes to visit Ellen?
2. After Linda's meeting with Ellen, whom does she begin looking for?
3. Where does Linda leave Benny when she travels to England?
4. Who complains about delivering meals to Linda?
5. What one lie does the author point out in the letter from Emily?
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