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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 does Fletcher credit with making the first trip through the Grand Canyon?
(a) Hernando DeSoto.
(b) John Wesley Powell.
(c) Lorenzo Sinyala.
(d) Lewis and Clark.
2. Where was Lorenzo Sinyala born?
(a) Flagstaff, Arizona.
(b) San Antonio, Texas.
(c) San Diego, California.
(d) A Supai village.
3. How long did Dr. Harvey Butchart study the Grand Canyon?
(a) 17 years.
(b) 5 years.
(c) 25 years.
(d) He never studied it.
4. What part of nature is not described in "Part 2, The Dream?"
(a) The peace of the ocean.
(b) The immenseness and timelessness of the Rim.
(c) Various rocks.
(d) The beauty of the Grand Canyon.
5. Where did Fletcher arrive in "Chapter 4, Challenge" that was such a relief to him?
(a) Hualpai Hilltop.
(b) The Esplanade.
(c) The Rim.
(d) The Supai village.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where did Fletcher decide to spend the first week of his journey?
2. The Grand Canyon is found in the northern part of what state?
3. What was Fletcher's only concern about the proposed trip?
4. Who is the "The Man" in The Man Who Walked Through Time?
5. What was one of the first things Fletcher noticed as he began his journey?
Short Essay Questions
1. At the beginning of "Chapter 5, Transition," Fletcher details how the airdrop has affected him. Describe this realization.
2. Describe one realization Fletcher reached while sitting under the juniper tree in "Chapter 2, Dreams."
3. Describe the appearance of the Canyon as Fletcher describes it in "Chapter 2, The Dream."
4. How did Fletcher spend the year between his decision to travel through the Canyon and his actual start date?
5. Describe one aspect of the Havasupai Indians' current life that troubled or saddened Fletcher?
6. Several incidents surrounded the time Fletcher spent with David Powell in "Chapter 9, Man" Describe one of these incidents.
7. What president does Fletcher quote at the end of book, and what did the president say about the Canyon?
8. Describe the different ways Fletcher arranged to receive supplies during his journey.
9. What are some ways Fletcher describes the Havasupai Indians in "Interlude?"
10. What decision did Fletcher make in regard to obtaining information about the Canyon before his trip and why did he make this decision?
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