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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. In what area did Michael buy a house after marrying on Red Maple Street?
(b) The French Quarter.
(d) Garden District.
2. Where was the author's father buried?
(a) Rose Hill Cemetery.
(b) St. Jude Cemetery.
(c) Providence Memorial Cemetery.
(d) Immacuate Truth Cemetery.
3. Who was Byron's only daughter when he housed refugees from Katrina in its aftermath?
4. Where did Valeria and her daughters flee when evacuated due to Hurricane Katrina after they ran out of gas?
(a) Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
(b) Ozark, Alabama.
(c) Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
(d) Houston, Texas.
5. At what nursing home was the author's grandmother when Hurricane Katrina hit?
(a) Rosewell Estates.
(b) Chateau Estates.
(c) Cypress Garden Estates.
(d) Waterman Estates.
Short Answer Questions
1. How long is the drive from St. Rose to the French Quarter?
2. How much money does the author say police officers earned in New Orleans in 1994?
3. To what locale was Carl helicoptered from the Broad Street Overpass after Katrina?
4. On what street did the Harrah's Hotel have its grand opening that the author attended?
5. What date opens Movement III: Part V?
Short Essay Questions
1. In what ways did Sarah guard the house in 1994?
2. How is Carl's home described in Movement IV: Part IV?
3. Where was Michael when Hurricane Katrina hit? How did he survive?
4. Where was Carl when Hurricane Katrina hit? How did he survive?
5. How is Herman described by the author?
6. Where did the author attend high school? How did she fit in here?
7. What became of James and Alvin?
8. Who ended up coming to stay with Byron in Vacaville after Katrina?
9. How did working at CC's Coffee Shop in the French Quarter affect the author?
10. What did Ivory Mae do when the family went to see the Yellow House after Katrina in Movement III: Part V?
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