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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through 18 May and 19 May, 21 May and 22 May 1875.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does May observe about the tribe's children?
(a) They are aloof and distant and have no interest in any of the women.
(b) They are rude and poorly behaved.
(c) They may help bridge the gap between the two cultures.
(d) They are quiet and shy and won't come anywhere near her.
2. What does May say about her children in her letter to Harry?
(a) She misses her children.
(b) She realizes it was for the best.
(c) She is glad that she is no longer responsible for the children.
(d) She no longer misses her children.
3. What does Captain Bourke say to May the evening before leaving the women with the Cheyenne?
(a) He feels she should go to one of the other tribes.
(b) He insists that she return to the fort every month.
(c) He forbids her to go with the Indians.
(d) He insists that she return to her family immediately.
4. During the dinner conversation, Lydia Bradley tries to turn the conversation to what subject?
(a) The ladies' sewing circle.
(b) The need for more gardens at the fort.
(c) Her new hat and the latest New York fashion.
(d) Her new dress and the latest New York fashion.
5. What event captures the attention of Helen Flight on the train trip?
(a) The soldiers shoot some of the birds in the area to eat.
(b) She gets off the train and is able to get close to some birds.
(c) A bird flies into the train, and she is able to capture it.
(d) A very large group of cranes take off from the surface of the river, creating a massive wave of birds.
Short Answer Questions
1. Sitting in the tipi at the end of her arrival day in camp, what does May realize?
2. What things were an important part of the wedding ceremony?
3. The women are depressed, but Phemie brings some cheer by doing what?
4. How does May describe Captain Bourke?
5. How does May describe the cowboys she sees?
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