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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 warns Kin that there is trouble after he leaves the Legare plantation?
(a) He hears the sound of a pistol being cocked.
(b) He sees a light in the distance.
(c) His horse.
(d) He hears men talking.
2. At fifteen feet above water on board Tilly's ship, how far can Kin see?
(a) About 3 miles.
(b) About 4 miles.
(c) Perhaps 3 1/2 miles.
(d) Perhaps 4 1/2 miles.
3. How many slaves does the tailor Augustus Jayne employ?
(a) 40 men and several women.
(d) 30 men and a couple women.
4. What is the name of the tavern where Tilly sends Kin?
(a) White Horse.
(c) The Stag.
5. Who offers to stand in for Diana's father when she marries Kin?
(a) Martin Williams.
(b) Tom Carboy.
(c) Andrew Wyatt.
(d) Mick Brown.
Short Answer Questions
1. What color hair does Tilly have?
2. When Henry meets up with Kin the night Adele is taken, where does he believe her captors are?
3. Who gave Tilly his ship?
4. What Indian tribe bides their time before they attack Kin and his family?
5. Where does Kin tell Augustus Jayne that he wants to open a school for young gentlemen?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do the men who killed Barnabas Sackett treat his grave?
2. What happened to Andrew's parents ( the boat boy)?
3. How might Kin's brother Brian help Mr. Legare?
4. A fisherman takes Kin and Henry to John Tilly's ship. Who does he say settled Damariscove?
5. What were the circumstances of Kin's birth?
6. What does Legare give Kin and offer to do for him?
7. How does Henry arrange for transportation to get Adele to her home after she is kidnapped and then rescued?
8. What languages were spoken at Shooting Creek in Barnabas Sackett's time?
9. What casualties of pirating does Kin notice as he walks about the docks of Port Royal?
10. A burly man invites Kin for a drink. Why did the man have to leave Cambridge?
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