The Man Who Walked Through Time Test | Final Test - Easy

Colin Fletcher
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What effect did the intrusions have on Fletcher?
(a) He realized they had ruined his search for the gallery marked "Man."
(b) They made him want to turn around and return to the interior of the Canyon.
(c) They made him angry at civilization.
(d) They made him miss his loved ones.

2. What other changes was Fletcher concerned would occur if the Pacific Southwest Water Plan passed?
(a) The Grand Canyon would be used as a landfill.
(b) Fletcher's book wouldn't sell because no one would want to visit the Grand Canyon anymore.
(c) Graffiti and pollution would spoil the surfaces of the cliff dwellings.
(d) The tourist industry at the Grand Canyon would die, taking money with it.

3. In what ancient living quarters did Fletcher sleep in "Chapter 9, Man?"
(a) A natural cave.
(b) An ancient oak.
(c) An adobe hut on beside the Colorado River.
(d) Cliff dwellings.

4. How did Fletcher feel about the meeting he attended in "Part 4, Epilogue"?
(a) He was hopeful.
(b) He was uplifted.
(c) He was excited.
(d) He was horrified.

5. What did Fletcher attend a few weeks after the end of his journey through the Grand Canyon?
(a) A meeting of environmental activists.
(b) A pow-wow with the Havasupai Indians.
(c) A meeting for the Grand Canyon Tourist Committee.
(d) A conference on the Pacific Southwest Water Plan.

6. What did Jim Bailey and the Park naturalist carry with them back over the Rim after speaking with Fletcher in the limestone cave?
(a) All the food supplies.
(b) Fletcher's last hope.
(c) The murmurs of life.
(d) Fletcher's only piece of rope.

7. Where were William Wallace Bass's ashes scattered?
(a) A butte called Holy Grail Temple.
(b) Into the Colorado River.
(c) Along the trail to Bass Camp.
(d) Into the air from the Rim.

8. What other changes was Fletcher concerned would occur if the Pacific Southwest Water Plan passed.
(a) The Grand Canyon would be used as a landfill.
(b) The tourist industry at the Grand Canyon would die, taking money with it.
(c) Graffiti and pollution would spoil the surfaces of the cliff dwellings.
(d) Fletcher's book wouldn't sell because no one would want to visit the Grand Canyon anymore.

9. What creatures did Fletcher enjoy observing after passing the last barrier past Phantom Ranch?
(a) Coyotes.
(b) Chipmunks.
(c) Eagles.
(d) Beavers.

10. At the beginning of "Chapter 10, Exit," what does Fletcher say caught up with him while he was washing in the Nankoweap Creek?
(a) Arthritis.
(b) A swarm of bees.
(c) A bear.
(d) The world.

11. What was one sad reflection Fletcher recorded in his notebook in "Chapter 10, Exit?"
(a) He said he would miss the beavers.
(b) He said he dreaded sleeping in a house again.
(c) He said for a while other places would look dull.
(d) He said he would probably never visit the Grand Canyon again.

12. In "Chapter 9, Man," Fletcher planned to spend several days with a friend researching the Canyon. Who was this friend?
(a) Doug Powell.
(b) Dr. Harvey Butchart.
(c) Jim Bailey.
(d) John Wesley Powell.

13. About what specific skill did Fletcher compliment William Wallace Bass?
(a) His construction ability.
(b) His prospecting skills.
(c) His congeniality.
(d) His ability to garden in the desert climate.

14. What was the 3rd intrusion from the outside world that Fletcher describes in "Chapter 10, Exit?"
(a) A skywriter writing a marriage proposal in the sky.
(b) Jim Bailey landing a plane on an airstrip.
(c) A stone cairn containing a rusty can.
(d) A family putting in a boat at the shore of the Colorado River.

15. What was one sad reflection Fletcher recorded in his notebook in "Chapter 10, Exit?"
(a) He said he would probably never visit the Grand Canyon again.
(b) He said he dreaded sleeping in a house again.
(c) He said he would miss the beavers.
(d) He said for a while other places would look dull.

Short Answer Questions

1. What realization did Fletcher reach as he spent time observing wildlife on the sand bar?

2. Why does Fletcher say William Wallace Bass opened a tourists' ranch?

3. What was the first intrusion from the outside world that Fletcher outlines in "Chapter 10, Exit?"

4. According to Fletcher, what was the motivation behind the Pacific Southwest Water Plan engineers?

5. How long did Fletcher rest at Bass Trail?

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