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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 21.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At the end of the Chapter 16, what aspect of work does Tom say he has experience with?
(a) He knows how to cook.
(b) He knows how to plant crops.
(c) He knows how to take care of horses.
(d) He knows how supervise a house staff.
2. What is Mr. Shelby's opinion of Mrs. Shelby's knowledge of business?
(a) She is learning more about the business of the plantation every day.
(b) She knows nothing about business.
(c) He thinks she should take a business course.
(d) She is a business genius.
3. What has Haley done to Tom that reveals that even Haley recognizes Tom's gentleness and loyalty to his master?
(a) He tells Tom that he appreciates Tom's religious beliefs.
(b) He tells him that he will call off the search for Eliza and Harry.
(c) He eats meals with Tom.
(d) He takes the chains off his ankles.
4. At the beginning of Chapter 4, what does "a neat garden patch, where, every summer, strawberries, raspberries, and a variety of fruit and vegetables, flourished" describe?
(a) The exterior of Eliza's slave quarters.
(b) The exterior of Uncle Tom's cabin.
(c) The exterior of the main house on the plantation.
(d) The exterior of George's house.
5. Who is Eva?
(a) A slave who belongs to the riverboat captain.
(b) A little black girl Tom meets on the riverboat.
(c) A little white girl Tom meets on the riverboat.
(d) A female slave roughly Tom's age whom he meets on the riverboat.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is it that Mrs. Bird feels is ignored by the passing of the Fugitive Slave Act?
2. In what city is the confectioner's shop (bakery that interests the Shelby plantation women)?
3. What does Senator Bird give someone to help support Eliza before he and she parted?
4. When does the reader see evidence of the slaves belief in Christianity in Chapter 4?
5. In the description of George, what is said about his father?
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