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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. Who is Elder James Parker?
(a) Bear Cub's white grandfather.
(b) Bear Cub's white brother.
(c) Bear Cub's white father.
(d) Bear Cub's white cousin.
2. What name is given to Wanderer's band?
(d) Bumble Bee.
3. Why do the soldiers announce they have killed the Noconi leader?
(a) They want the glory.
(b) They think it will make Naduah submit to them.
(c) They want to cause fear among the Comanche.
(d) They think they have, but mistake him with Gathered Up.
4. Who spots Naduah during a raid in Chapter 42?
(a) Texas Rangers.
(b) White soldiers.
(d) White settlers.
5. Who does Wanderer face over the body of his father in Chapter 52?
(a) Buffalo Piss.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Wanderer trade for the guns in Chapter 41?
2. What type of water in the desert is dangerous for horses?
3. What does Wanderer believe the Comanche need to fight the white man?
4. What does Wanderer teach Naduah to do in the desolate land of the Quahadi?
5. Who is Len Williams?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Pahayuca make the decision to leave the reservation?
2. What, to Buffalo Piss, is like asking an Indian to stop breathing?
3. Why is Naduah afraid of a group of white traders who come to the Naconi camp?
4. What does Sunrise offer for Naduah's dowry when she marries Wanderer? What is unusual about this?
5. What is significant about the man Naduah kills during a raid by white soldiers?
6. Why does Wanderer's raiding party not use guns and what is the result?
7. Why do the Comanche find themselves forced to trespass on Tanawa territory?
8. By 1854, how many years has it been since Cynthia Ann Parker's capture by the Comanche?
9. How does Old Owl die? What happens to his remains?
10. Why does Bear Cub vow vengeance against Elder James Parker? What does Elder's actions say about white man's feeling toward Indians?
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