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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Jim tell himself about returning to Jonnie and Sally after his wild ride?
(a) He is returning because he left his mule and dog behind.
(b) He is returning because Sally would be heartbroken if he left.
(c) He is returning because Jonnie needs his help.
(d) He is returning because he wants to convince Daniel to run away.
2. What does Jonnie believe about Jim?
(a) He will probably never fit in with the family.
(b) He will eventually want to build his own farm.
(c) He will kidnap Daniel.
(d) He will eventually fit in with the family.
3. What does Sally do with Jim's braids and feather?
(a) Puts the braids under the clock, and throws the feather outside.
(b) Puts the braids in a leather box and the feather under the clock.
(c) Puts the braids and feather under the clock.
(d) Puts the braids and the feather in a leather box.
4. How does Daniel feel about Tom?
(a) He is nervous around Tom because Tom is so wild looking.
(b) He is jealous of the time Jim spends with Tom.
(c) He admires Tom because he is a mountain man.
(d) He is jealous of the attention Tom gives to Jonnie and Sally.
5. Who, or what, is the antagonist in the book?
(a) Jim's identity and cultural confusion.
(b) The changing culture of the West.
(c) Jonnie and Sally.
(d) The Indians who try to kill Jim and Daniel.
6. What does Sally tell Jim that prompts him to leave the house?
(a) That Jim is just as "heathen" as his Indian family.
(b) That he should stop dressing "like a heathen."
(c) That all Indians are "savages".
(d) That his Indian mother is a "savage heathen".
7. What does Jim feel when the cabin is finished?
8. How does Jim feel when he sees the walls of the cabin?
9. Why does Daniel become unhappy with Jim?
(a) Jim has moved into the cabin.
(b) Jim is spending a lot more time in the fields with Jonnie.
(c) He doesn't like the fact that Jim killed an Indian.
(d) He doesn't like the fact that Jim stole a horse.
10. How does Jonnie help Jim deal with his emotions?
(a) He gives Jim the most challenging farmwork to do.
(b) He gives Jim the easiest farmwork to do.
(c) He suggests some days that Jim go swimming instead of doing farmwork.
(d) He suggests Jim go hunting some days instead of doing farmwork.
11. What causes Jim to fear the Indians might retaliate against the settlers for his stealing the horse?
(a) An Indian boy sees him.
(b) Several Indians see him.
(c) An Indian brave see him.
(d) An Indian woman sees him.
12. What does Jonnie accuse Jim of after he runs out of the house?
(a) Dishonoring their mother.
(b) Trying to find an opportunity to run away.
(c) Dishonoring their father.
(d) Trying to convert Daniel to the Indian's religion.
13. What is Jonnie's concern about the trail?
(a) He is afraid the trail will be too steep.
(b) He is afraid the wind and rain have erased the trail.
(c) He is afraid Meek won't be able to follow it in the dark.
(d) He doesn't think Jim left a strong enough trail to follow.
14. Who does Jim often take with him when he slips away from his work?
(a) Bad Medicine.
(b) Mr. Rutledge.
15. What rumor spreads about the lone rider's horse?
(a) He is invisible.
(b) He is made of fire.
(c) He has wings.
(d) His mane consists of white flames.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of these does Jim tell Tom?
2. How does Mr. Rutledge assure Jonnie?
3. Which of these causes Jim to have mixed emotions about the Indians?
4. What does Jonnie accuse Jim of?
5. How does Jim practice signing his name?
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