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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. According to the Appendix, how many Snake Indians were there?
(a) Eight thousand.
(b) Two thousand.
(c) Four thousand.
(d) Six thousand.
2. When did Russell reach the town on the falls of the Willamette River?
(a) September 26, 1824.
(b) September 16, 1823.
(c) September 16, 1832.
(d) September 26, 1842.
3. What other hunted animal did Russell compare the hunting of buffalo to in the Appendix?
4. How many springs were found at Lewis Lake in Part 2 (pp. 144-163)?
5. How was Russell treated by Mr. Courtney Walker at Fort Hall when they returned in Part 2 (pp. 164-183)?
(b) Russell did not comment about it.
(c) Well in some ways, and fairly in other ways.
Short Answer Questions
1. What year was it when Russell spoke of setting up beaver traps under the waterline?
2. How tall can grizzlies grow to be?
3. After tiring of dried meat, what did the men intend to live off of in Part 2 (pp. 144-163)?
4. During what month did Russell see a grizzly bear in its den in Part 2?
5. How far away was Mr. Biggs' camp in Part 2 (pp. 124-143)?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did Russell keep warm during the winter hunting of mountain sheep in Part 2 (pp. 144-163)?
2. Where did Russell and Elbridge store the buffalo in Part 2 (pp. 164-183), and what happened to it?
3. What battle took place at the beginning of Part 2 (pp. 144-163)?
4. How was Russell's horse killed in 1838?
5. How was Russell seriously injured in Willamette River?
6. How large can an elk grow, and what causes them to become disoriented?
7. Which view did Russell describe at the beginning of Part 2 (pp. 184-196)?
8. Which skills are involved with buffalo hunting?
9. How did Russell heal from his leg injury after returning to Fort Hall in Part 2 (pp. 164-183)?
10. What description did Russell give of the Old Faithful geyser?
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