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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. What does Jeff tell his family of the army?
(a) Stories of his new life.
(b) How horrible it is.
(c) How hungry he is .
(d) How the shoes hurt.
2. How many miles do the troops march a day?
(a) Fifteen to eighteen miles.
(b) Twenty-five to thiry miles.
(c) Twenty to twenty-five miles.
(d) Ten to twenty miles.
3. Where are the Confederate soldiers camped out and sleeping?
(a) Lee Creek.
(b) Wilson's Creek.
(c) Smith's Creek.
(d) Bushy Creek.
4. What is the name of Captain Clardy's former regiment?
(a) The Michigan Volunteer Rifles.
(b) The Missouri Volunteer Rifles.
(c) The Mississippi Volunteer Rifles.
(d) The Minnesota Volunteer Rifles.
5. Why does Jeff knock on the door of the clapboard house in the woods?
(a) To ask permission to use the bathroom.
(b) To ask permission to cut down trees in the yard.
(c) To ask directions.
(d) To ask for permission to pick up apples in the yard.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Captain Clardy's first order to his company?
2. Emory tells Jeff that Captain Clardy has what kind of ways?
3. What does Jeff promise to do if he survives the battle?
4. Why do Jeff and Dixie go walking in the Missouri woods?
5. What is Jeff's fear as he leaves the house?
Short Essay Questions
1. What duty does Jeff draw the day after the Battle of Wilson's Creek?
2. What does Jeff find when he returns home after hearing the seahorn blast?
3. Describe Captain Clardy's countenance while speaking to Jeff at Wilson's Creek.
4. What impact does the raid by the Missouri bushwhackers have on Jeff?
5. How many men in the Union were from Kansas?
6. What is Bess's role in the encounter with the bushwhackers?
7. What does David Gardner decide?
8. Why does Jim Veatch throw his playing card in the sumac bush?
9. Who were the men who came to Jeff's home?
10. Describe Edith Bussey's homeland.
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