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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. Why does Jim think Jonnie has "medicine" when he plays songs?
(a) Jonnie's music lulls people to sleep.
(b) Jonnie's music helps people get better when they are sick.
(c) Jonnie's music helps him have a well-rounded, balanced lifestyle.
(d) Jonnie's music causes people to forget their troubles.
2. How do Jonnie and Sally know Sam Mullins?
(a) He camped with them at the Dalles.
(b) He is from the same town they are from.
(c) He helped them down the Columbia river.
(d) He camped with them at Powder river.
3. What does Sally notice when Jim walks into the camp?
(a) A bandage on his hand.
(b) A bandage on his knee.
(c) A bandage on his foot.
(d) A bandage on his shoulder.
4. What fact does Tom learn about Jim that surprises him?
(a) Jim owns a dog.
(b) Jim has a brother.
(c) Jim has lived with Indians.
(d) Jim is a trapper.
5. How many siblings does Jim have?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jim do with Jonnie's boots?
2. What is the most likely reason Sally calls Jim "James"?
3. What had Jim planned to do before he reunited with Jonnie?
4. What kind of animal attacks Jim when he is a boy?
5. How does Jim make sure Daniel is getting enough food?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jim help Jonnie with his aching feet?
2. What do we learn about Jim's family in the first four chapters?
3. How does the group plan to travel down the Columbia river?
4. What does Jim believe about Jonnie's banjo playing?
5. Why do you think the trappers did not return to check on Jim after the grizzly attacked?
6. Who is Tom Rivers?
7. Describe Jim's occupation in chapter one and discuss why Jim feels it is time for a change.
8. How do Sally and Jonnie feel about Jim's physical appearance?
9. Why does Bad Medicine act strangely in chapter eight?
10. Describe Jim's journey to the Dalles.
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