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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chronicle One: The Marked Woman, Chapters 6-7 and Chronicle Two: The Evidence Man, Chapters 8-11.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happened after Bill Smith confided in several people that he was getting somewhere with his detective work?
(a) He went missing and was eventually declared dead.
(b) He was shot.
(c) His house was bombed.
(d) He was set on fire.
2. In what year did Tom White join the Bureau of Investigation?
3. What was found to be the cause of death in W.W. Vaughn's murder?
(a) A gunshot to the head.
(c) Blunt force trauma.
(d) A broken neck.
4. What decade was a writer of the age referring to when calling it "the greatest, gaudiest spree in history" (77)?
(a) The 1890s.
(b) The 1920s.
(c) The 1870s.
(d) The 1930s.
5. What quality of the land convinced the Osage chief Wah-Ti-An-Kah and others in the tribe to purchase it as their new homeland?
(a) It was large enough to accommodate the tribe's biannual buffalo hunts.
(b) It was rocky and infertile, so white settlers would leave the tribe alone.
(c) It was oil-rich.
(d) It was lush and verdant, so the tribe could practice agriculture.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was the sitting U.S. president when the Louisiana Purchase was enacted?
2. Anna's funeral was composed of a mix between Osage traditions and what other traditions?
3. Who was the only one to survive the bombing of the Smiths' home, but only lived for four days?
4. In what year was the Louisiana Purchase enacted, "which contained lands dominated by the Osage" (37)?
5. What Biblical reference did a government inspector make during his plea to Congress asking them to take greater control over the Osage people and their money?
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