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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does Johnny leave the Lapham house?
(a) Johnny fights with Mrs. Lapham's daughters
(b) Johnny is caught stealing
(c) He has to find a new job
(d) Johnny and Mr. Lapham have an argument
2. Who is not involved in the Tea Party?
3. Who did not testify at Johnny's trial?
(b) Jonathon Lyte
4. What item did Johnny lack when trying to create Hancock's order?
(b) Willow charcoal
(d) Fireplace matches
5. What symbol was engraved on Rab's medallion?
(b) American flag
(c) Tree of Liberty
(d) Union Jack
6. What is the name of the street where Paul Revere has his shop?
(a) Main Street
(b) Market Street
(c) Fish Street
(d) First Avenue
7. Why does John Hancock scold Johnny?
(a) For lying
(b) For not being able to write
(c) For telling secrets to the British
(d) For taking silver coins from his slave
8. Who is the youngest Lapham daughter?
9. Which trade was not mentioned by Mr. Lapham in regards to Johnny's possible new job?
10. What is Rab Silsbee's job?
(a) British soldier
(b) Town Crier
(d) Printer's assistant
11. What does Johnny NOT do at the Lorne house?
(a) Shoe horses
(b) Deliver papers
(c) Read books
12. Why do the Observers have to maintain anonymity?
(a) They would be sent back to England
(b) They would have to stand trial
(c) Having their identities known would hurt their businesses
(d) They could be executed for treason
13. What is the name of the preacher turned politician?
14. To whom does Johnny go to for advice about his silversmithing problems?
(b) Paul Revere
(d) John Hancock
15. Which is not one of the ships sent to Boston with tea?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the name of John Hancock's slave?
2. What creature is Isannah compared to by Johnny?
3. Who secretly feeds Johnny when he has no food?
4. What present does Johnny buy for Isannah?
5. What company ships the tea?
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