1. Why was Jacob Brooks willing to accompany Eliza to get her freedom papers?
(a) Because he wanted to impress Mrs. Berry and her daughter.
(b) Because he was a gentleman and did not mind accompanying Eliza.
(c) Because he wanted to help Mrs. Berry and her daughter carry out their revenge against Eliza.
(d) Because he knew his way around the City, and could help Eliza find the place where freedom papers were issued with ease.
2. How can the manner in which Solomon, Eliza, and the other slaves were led from Williams' Slave Pen and onto the Orleans best be described?
3. Why was Clemens Ray upset as he headed south aboard the Orleans?
(a) He was having to leave his children behind.
(b) He was not sure who his new master was going to be.
(c) He was being separated from his wife.
(d) He was having to leave longtime friends behind.
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