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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 does Magua take with the chief's permission?
2. What choice does Magua give Cora?
(a) the life of Alice if she agrees to marry him
(b) a knife in the heart or being tossed off the cliff
(c) being scalped dead or alive
(d) his wigwam or his knife
3. At first, what does Tamenund do?
(a) calls Magua to tesitfy against Uncas
(b) turns his back on Uncas
(c) condemns Uncas to be tortured and killed
(d) demands that Uncas identify himself
4. What does the chief say about Reed that Bends?
(a) He has run away.
(b) He has gone to scout out the enemy.
(c) He who was called by that name is forgotten.
(d) He is too young to hunt.
5. What gifts has Magua brought?
(a) a chest of fabrics found at Ft. Henry
(b) a large, slaughtered buffalo
(c) trinkets stolen from the dead bodies of women and children
(d) rifles taken from dead soldiers
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Cora tell Chief Tamenund to stop Magua from leaving with Alice?
2. What makes the Huron warriors angry?
3. What does David tell the Huron the bear is going to do to Uncas?
4. How is Chingachgook disguised?
5. What example does Chingachgook set for Heyward?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is Heyward warned about?
2. What happens that night as the five men stay in the ruins of Fort Henry?
3. Tell about the Hurons' response to the Delaware declaration of war.
4. What is the near confrontation between Magua and Chingachgook?
5. Explain why the five men use extra caution when leaving Fort Henry the following morning.
6. Why is David allowed to roam around unmolested by the Indians?
7. What do the hunters learn about Cora and Alice?
8. Describe how Magua gains entry into the Delaware village.
9. Why does following the horses end in disappointment for the hunters?
10. Why does Magua take Alice and not Cora when he leaves the Delaware village?
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