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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. Whose memory does Omakayas decide to honor?
(b) One Horn.
(c) Ten Snow.
2. Nokomis tells the story of how the world was created with the help of a small _______________.
3. What is spilled accidentally on Pinch's foot?
(a) Hot soup.
(b) Hot tea.
(c) Hot coffee.
(d) Hot maple syrup.
4. Which person in the village has also died from smallpox?
(a) Ten Snow.
(b) Old Tallow.
5. What present does Ten Snow give to Omakayas?
(a) A belt.
(b) A headband.
(c) A beadwork kit.
(d) A bouquet of flowers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Nokomis asks Omakayas if ____________ speak to her.
2. Which animal spirit comes to Omakayas in a dream?
3. Which of the following does Old Tallow's dog NOT do to Omakayas?
4. What does Ten Snow make for her husband that gets a lot of praise?
5. For whom does Omakayas make winter moccasins?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the author explore the themes of the relationship between humans and nature and Omakayas' journey of transformation?
2. What happens to the white voyageur who interrupts the community dance?
3. What is the event that saved the family's bodies and the one that saved their souls according to Omakayas?
4. Why does Omakayas go off on her own while the family is tapping the maple trees?
5. What does Nokomis tell Omakayas about the voices they hear and about what Omakayas' path in life is going to be?
6. How does the author explore the relationship between whites and natives in this section?
7. What skill does Ten Snow have and what item does she make for her husband Fishtail?
8. How does Omakayas help pinch when he burns himself with boiling syrup?
9. What does Deydey do with the shop owner to earn a bit of money and some food for the family?
10. What story does Nokomis tell Omakayas and the women which frightens Omakayas but moves the other women?
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