Jacob's Ladder: A Story of Virginia During the War Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What holiday are Catesby and his fellow soldiers celebrating that they attend a prayer meeting?
(a) Easter.
(b) Christmas.
(c) 4th of July.
(d) New Years Eve.

2. Why is Silas in the Confederate Army in Part IV, Chapter 61?
(a) Maggie wanted him too.
(b) He volunteered.
(c) He was forced; they would have killed him if he did not join.
(d) He was drafted.

3. What is the name of Silas's crew of blockade-runners?
(a) The Wild Farrell.
(b) The Wild Darrell.
(c) The Crazy Harry.
(d) The Crazy Perry.

4. What is the name of Silas's ship that he is awaiting the arrival of in Part IV, Chapter 53?
(a) Silly Sally.
(b) Wild Darrell.
(c) Crazy Harry.
(d) Funny Farrell.

5. 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 war happened because the Union is evil.
(c) The wounded men are fed better so they will heal quickly and return to the field.
(d) The fighting will stop when they have won.

6. What lesson did Jesse learn growing up that Duncan did not have to learn?
(a) When and how to keep his mouth shut.
(b) To work hard.
(c) How to make his own clothes.
(d) How to survive on very little food.

7. Where is Silas killed?
(a) Atlanta.
(b) Petersburg.
(c) Richmond.
(d) Charleston.

8. What do the Union soldiers take from Marguerite and her servants as they are preparing to leave the city?
(a) Their food.
(b) Their cow and jewelry.
(c) Money and their horses.
(d) Bags of clothing.

9. What does Catesby tell his wife, in a letter, that he has given up?
(a) Drinking.
(b) Gambling.
(c) Killing.
(d) Having affairs.

10. The work Alexander Kirkpatrick's wife does at the hospital is trying until she realizes the truth of her cousin's attitude. What does she realize?
(a) That she must not ever cry or let herself feel for the soldiers.
(b) That she needs to be more compassionate and really feel for the soldiers.
(c) That she needs to realize that her life is also very fragile.
(d) That the nurses can do everything they can for the wounded, but that the nurses themselves must go on living.

11. What is the name of Catesby's bunkmate in Part III, Chapter 42?
(a) Private Randall.
(b) Private Russell.
(c) Private Mark.
(d) Private Mitchell.

12. Where is Catesby involved in a terrible battle in Part IV, Chapter 47?
(a) Near the Lexington school house in Virginia.
(b) Charleston, South Carolina.
(c) Atlanta, Georgia.
(d) Near Spotsylvania Courthouse, Virginia.

13. What is the name of Catesby's daughter?
(a) Molly.
(b) Pauline.
(c) Patty.
(d) Marsha.

14. What are the names of Marguerite's servants, who were former slaves?
(a) Karla and Manny.
(b) Kizzy and Martha.
(c) Karla and Mingo.
(d) Kizzy and Mingo.

15. How old is the newspaper that Jesse reads to his men about the Gettysburg Address?
(a) Four days.
(b) Two weeks.
(c) One week.
(d) Two days.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Marguerite tell her remaining servant after the other servant leaves them on the road in Part IV, Chapter 62?

2. What are Jesse and a group of black men, mostly former slaves, building in Washington?

3. What does Alexander's leader tell him to do when the person stumbles into their camp in Part IV, Chapter 54?

4. Where is Duncan staying at the beginning of Part IV, Chapter 60?

5. Who shoots the young Danzinger boy?

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