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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. After making the ivory delivery, what does Tristan agree to transport to San Francisco?
2. Who are the three brothers?
(a) Aaron, Timothy, and Stephen.
(b) Allan, Turner, and Steven.
(c) Alfred, Tristan, and Samuel.
(d) Albert, Tyler, and Seth.
3. The brothers and their father's Native American friend stop at a tavern where Tristan beats the owner for what reason?
(a) His prejudice against One Heart.
(b) His prejudice against Sitting Bull.
(c) His prejudice against Crazy Horse.
(d) His prejudice against One Stab.
4. What happens after Ludlow sends Decker to Helena for supplies?
(a) Ludlow receives a letter from his wife.
(b) Ludlow hears that his son died.
(c) A US Marshall comes to ask about Decker.
(d) One Stab returns home.
5. What does Tristan learn when he visits Alfred in the hospital?
(a) Samuel has returned home.
(b) Samuel is missing.
(c) Samuel married the homesteader's daughter.
(d) Samuel has died.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Nordstrom do when Berto comes in?
2. Nordstrom hits Slats who replies with what?
3. How does Tristan complete the mission?
4. What does Tristan do to the officer?
5. How long does Ludlow stay in his room after his sons leave?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the consequences for Tristan's beating of the officer?
2. What does Tristan do to two of the Irishmen that are out to kill him?
3. How does Tristan play a role in Susannah's suicide?
4. What does Nordstrom do with his money?
5. Why does Tristan marry Susannah? How does Susannah seem to feel about him? How do you know this?
6. Why is Susannah feeling better in the new house in Helena?
7. How does Isabel Two die?
8. How does Alfred feel about Susannah? Does she feel the same in return?
9. How does this story end?
10. How does Ludlow feel after allowing the boys to go to war?
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