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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. Who is invited to dinner at the French camp under a flag of truce?
(a) Cora Munro
(b) Alice Munro
(c) Duncan Heyward
(d) Colonel Munro
2. What do they conclude has frightened the horses?
(a) a mountain lion
(b) the Iroquois
3. Where did Munro meet the girls' mother?
(a) in Africa
(b) in Florida
(c) in Canada
(d) in the West Indies
4. Why does Heyward reprimand the Psalmist?
(a) for trying to join their group
(b) for making too much noise
(c) for not being dressed properly
(d) for talking with the Indian scout
5. What request does Heyward make of Hawkeye, Chingachgook, and Uncas?
(a) to hunt down the Iroquois
(b) to give them something to eat
(c) to find disguises for the women
(d) to guide them to Ft. Henry
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the joyful event at the fort?
2. What is happening when they finally near the fort?
3. What is one thing Col. Munro says he never thought he would see?
4. What saves them from the Frenchman who discovers them?
5. What does Uncas take to ward off wolves?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the evidence that Cora and Alice have survived?
2. Outline what Heyward tells Cora and Alice about their father while they hide in the cave behind the waterfall.
3. Describe the time and events during which the story begins.
4. Explain why Hawkeye and Chingachgook dissuade Heyward from going after the wounded Magua.
5. After leaving in the opposite direction of the Iroquois, what does the reader learn about Hawkeye?
6. Explain what the Iroquois are really after.
7. What does Col. Munro say after he reads the letter intercepted from Gen. Webb and arranges the surrender with the French general?
8. Tell what happens when the hiding place is spotted by the Iroquois.
9. Describe the conflict between Gen. Montcalm and Le Renard.
10. Explain how David Gamut is allowed to accompany Heyward, Alice, and Cora on the trip to Ft. Henry.
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