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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part IV: Chapters Forty-Four through Fifty-Three.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the Confederate President's answer to Duncan's question at the event?
(a) The wounded are clothed better so infection will not spread.
(b) The wounded men are fed better so they will heal quickly and return to the field.
(c) The war happened because the Union is evil.
(d) The fighting will stop when they have won.
2. Why does Samuel Gatewood want his slave to be married?
(a) She is pregnant with his son's child.
(b) She is pregnant with his child.
(c) She is pregnant with another slave's child.
(d) She is too wild and needs to settle down.
3. What happens to Duncan's horse during a battle in Chancellorsville, Virginia?
(a) She stumbles and breaks her leg.
(b) She is slashed and her intestines spill out onto the ground.
(c) She is shot in the stomach several times.
(d) Her throat is slit.
4. While traveling home from prayer meeting, renegades stop Alexander's buggy. What do they tell the Danzinger boy who is traveling with him?
(a) That they know he is a spy for the Confederate Army.
(b) That they know his father to be a spy for the Union Army.
(c) That they know he is a spy for the Union Army.
(d) That they know his father to be a spy for the Confederate Army.
5. Where does Catesby tell Samuel he should send someone to get his son who has been wounded in battle?
(a) Crafton's Hotel.
(b) Viewmont Hotel.
(c) Wilson's Hotel.
(d) Jackson's Hotel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the family that Alexander works for food and stays with in Part III, Chapter 35?
2. How does Silas react after learning that his nephew had sex with a slave?
3. While awaiting the arrival of his ship, why has Silas begun to be angry about Marguerite?
4. Where is Marguerite living in Part III, Chapter 28?
5. Where is Catesby involved in a terrible battle in Part IV, Chapter 47?
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