|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Grady Waldroop cut off of the turkey and leave for the old man along with a note?
(a) A tail feather.
(b) A foot.
(c) The head.
(d) A wing.
2. How do you cure cramps in your feet?
(a) Put pine leaves in your shoes.
(b) Walk barefoot on a wood fence.
(c) Put a Bible at the foot of the bed.
(d) Turn your shoes upside down before going to bed.
3. What can be used in place of a churn for quicker results?
(a) A wash tub.
(b) A cake pan.
(c) A frying pan.
(d) A jar.
4. What must you remove from the raccoon if you intend to eat it?
(a) His eyes.
(c) Musk glands.
5. What does Aunt Arie burn to keep snakes away?
(a) Old shoes.
(c) Snake skins.
(d) Fresh peach limbs.
Short Answer Questions
1. A person that can heal a burn is said to do what?
2. What is said to have been the prime source of meat for the early family in the mountains?
3. What is the liquid left in the churn after the butter has been made called?
4. What kind of reading material does Daniel have with him?
5. Where are many of the mountain men descended from?
Short Essay Questions
1. In the beginning of the chapter 'Hunting Tales' what do the beginning chapters explain?
2. What does Mrs. Andy Webb explain about her gift.
3. What does Andy Webb say is the difference between when he was younger and when he is an old man in terms of the wildlife hunted?
4. How does Taylor Crockett say that bear meat was divided up?
5. How do you prepare frog?
6. Explain basically how moonshining began.
7. Describe the story that Bill Lamb tells about why they remove the eyes from the hog's head before cooking it.
8. Describe what kind of interviews that were done for the section on 'Planting by the Signs.'
9. What different processes are looked at in Preserving Vegetables?
10. Describe the story of 'The Buzzard and the Dog.'
This section contains 941 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)