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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What offer does Meek make?
(a) He offers Jim a deputy job.
(b) He offers to pardon Jim for stealing the horse.
(c) He offers Jonnie a deputy job.
(d) He offers to become a trapper with Jim in the mountains.
2. How does Jonnie's attitude change after seeing Jim's scars?
(a) He begins to have more respect for Jim's beleifs about land.
(b) He begins to feel sorry for Jim.
(c) He begins to understand Jim's empathy toward the Indians.
(d) He beleives it might be best if Jim goes back to the Indians.
3. What rumor spreads about the lone Indian rider?
(a) He could fly.
(b) He is invisible.
(c) He could pronounce magic curses on people.
(d) He couldn't be harmed by bullets.
4. What is Jonnie's concern about the trail?
(a) He doesn't think Jim left a strong enough trail to follow.
(b) He is afraid Meek won't be able to follow it in the dark.
(c) He is afraid the trail will be too steep.
(d) He is afraid the wind and rain have erased the trail.
5. Which of the following has NOT changed by the end of the book?
(a) Jim's attitude towards the farmwork.
(b) Sally's desire for Jim to cut his braids.
(c) Williamette Valley.
(d) Jonnie's desire for Jim to be a part of the family.
6. What is Jonnie worried about in chapter nine?
(a) That Daniel might get hurt while learning the bow and arrow.
(b) That Sally will start an argument with Jim.
(c) That Jim doesn't know how to sign his name.
(d) That Daniel might run away.
7. Why does Daniel become unhappy with Jim?
(a) He doesn't like the fact that Jim stole a horse.
(b) He doesn't like the fact that Jim killed an Indian.
(c) Jim is spending a lot more time in the fields with Jonnie.
(d) Jim has moved into the cabin.
8. What does Jim think when he sees wagons about to head down a steep hill?
(a) They will make it if they move very slowly.
(b) They will only make it if Jim helps them.
(c) It is an impossible task.
(d) There is a chance they will make it, but they will probably crash at the bottom.
9. Which one of these is a disturbing memory that Jim has about the Indians?
(a) His Indian mother beating him.
(b) A woman who kills her child.
(c) A man who with a necklace of scalps.
(d) The Indians stealing from each other.
10. What does Jim feel when the cabin is finished?
11. What does Jim foresee for the future of the region.
(a) He sees there will be many advances in technology in the area such as factories and mills.
(b) He sees there will be Indian reservations in the area.
(c) He sees there will be war between the Indians and the whites over the land.
(d) He sees there will be houses, farmland and many towns in the area.
12. What does Jonnie want Jim to do?
(a) Become fully integrated into the family, leaving his Indian ways behind.
(b) Leave the family and go back to the Indians.
(c) Educate Daniel in the ways of the Indians.
(d) Stay in the family while retaining his Indian identity.
13. What does Daniel intend to do when he runs away?
(a) Steal a horse like Jim did.
(b) Join an Indian tribe.
(c) Find Jim and live with him.
(d) Go back home to Missouri.
14. What does Jonnie accuse Jim of after he runs out of the house?
(a) Trying to find an opportunity to run away.
(b) Trying to convert Daniel to the Indian's religion.
(c) Dishonoring their mother.
(d) Dishonoring their father.
15. What do Jim and Sally argue about after Jim swims across the river?
(a) Sally wants Jim to let them know where he is going.
(b) Sally thinks Jim is setting a bad example for Daniel.
(c) Sally thinks it is the wrong time of year to be swimming.
(d) Sally says Jim should have stayed on the Rutledge's side of the river.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Jonnie help Jim deal with his emotions?
2. What do Jonnie and Sally do when Jim returns?
3. How does Mr. Rutledge assure Jonnie?
4. When Jim steals the horse, what does he plan to do with it?
5. How is Jonnie suffering as a result of Jim's identity crisis?
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