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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mark Brian discover about himself at the start of the chapter?
(a) He still does not understand Kwakwala.
(b) He is not liked by the tribal women.
(c) He must work harder to force the Indians to trust him.
(d) He can understand Kwakwala.
2. The Bishop reveals that Kingcome is
(a) Where he would want to go to renew his faith.
(b) Where he would want to go to spend his dying days.
(c) Where he would want to go to escape the real world.
(d) Where he would want to go if he were in the young man's place.
3. The Bishop decides to send the young man to
4. Who invited Mark to go hunting?
(a) Chief Eddy.
(d) Marta Stephens.
5. In wintertime, how were the beliefs of the tribe relived?
(a) The beliefs were relived through dances.
(b) The beliefs were relived through ancient songs.
(c) The beliefs were relived through cave paintings.
(d) The beliefs were relived through sweat lodges.
6. What happens when the government forbade the Indian dance-potlatches?
(a) Many Indians were finally able to marry outside the tribe.
(b) Many great rituals were lost.
(c) Many Indians abandoned the tribe.
(d) Many Indians found pride in their rituals again.
7. Mark Brian succeeds where the doctor failed to
(a) Pull Marta's tooth.
(b) Pull Sam's tooth.
(c) Pull Peter's tooth.
(d) Pull Ethel's tooth.
8. Why is Keetah's family leaving the tribe to live in a deserted village?
(a) They are going to start their own tribe and traditions.
(b) They are ashamed that a family member will marry a white man.
(c) They are ashamed that a drunken family member sold a tribal mask.
(d) They are going to find a better life after selling a tribal mask.
9. What observation does T. P. Wallace make about Mark Brian?
(a) He was encouraging the Indian sons to leave the tribe.
(b) He respected the Indians' customs.
(c) He constantly said "we" when he meant "I."
(d) He did not seem to understand the accepted customs.
10. How does Mark describe the inanimate?
(a) Receptive, agreeable, and easygoing.
(b) Solid, stubborn, and indifferent.
(c) Remote, fearfull, and unreachable.
(d) Angry, vengeful, and dangerous.
11. The female salmon they watch is too weak to fight
(a) The bears that hunt her.
(b) The male salmon.
(c) The force of the stream.
(d) The other femaile salmon.
12. What activity contributes to Mark Brian's feeling of responsibility to the Indians?
(a) Delivering gifts to the children in the villages.
(b) Repairing the Bishop's boat.
(c) Caring for Calamity Bill.
(d) Playing the organ in the church.
13. Why does Caleb feel Mark should be sorry for the Indians?
(a) Because they must teach him everything.
(b) Because they are so uncivilized.
(c) Because they must endure his presence on their land.
(d) Because they need salvation.
14. Who or what follows Jim and Mark back to the camp?
(a) The mate of Chief Eddy.
(b) The mate of the wolf the hunters killed.
(c) The mate of the bear the hunters killed.
(d) The mate of Caleb.
15. What relationship did Mark Brian observe in the hunters of the tribe?
(a) The brotherly relationship.
(b) The boss-laborer relationship.
(c) The father-son relationship.
(d) The warrior-to-warrior relationship.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Tagoona?
2. Mark and Jim share a picnic with
3. What does Mark Brian do when the Bishop offers to send a new vicarage?
4. Which of Constable Pearson's actions makes the Indians hold in their laughter?
5. The Bishop believes the men of the village have offered to help Mark build the vicarage because
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