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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 37.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When Mr. Haley leaves Mr. Shelby, what is the awful truth that Mrs. Shelby learns?
(a) Harry will be sold and gone tomorrow.
(b) Uncle Tom and Harry will be sold and gone tomorrow.
(c) Uncle Tom will be sold and gone tomorrow.
(d) Uncle Tom will be sold, but that he can stay until after harvest.
2. When Mr. Haley is with Mr. Shelby, how does Eliza find out about the upcoming sale of the slaves?
(a) She hides in the closet to hear Mr. and Mrs. Shelby talk.
(b) She hides in the closet to hear Shelby and Haley talk.
(c) She hides in the closet to hear Shelby and young Master George talk.
(d) She has read the journal on Mr. Shelby's desk when she cleaned.
3. What does Mrs. Bird do to let Eliza and Harry rest?
(a) Took them to a nearby inn so she would not be violating the Fugitive Slave Act.
(b) Let them fall asleep together on a temporary bed.
(c) Led them to seperate cozy rooms where they could sleep.
(d) Led them in front of the fire where they fell asleep in chairs.
4. Who is Eva?
(a) A little white girl Tom meets on the riverboat.
(b) A female slave roughly Tom's age whom he meets on the riverboat.
(c) A slave who belongs to the riverboat captain.
(d) A little black girl Tom meets on the riverboat.
5. What news is it that Rachel has for Eliza?
(a) Her husband has escaped, but was captured by slave catchers and returned to Kentucky.
(b) Her husband has escaped and will join them tonight.
(c) Her husband made it to Canada.
(d) Her husband is dead.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is it that Topsy does that angers Miss Ophelia?
2. Broadly speaking, what are Eliza's religious beliefs?
3. Who assumes the role of a preacher when the slaves practice their religion?
4. What does George accomplish that shows he has talent?
5. When Aunt Chloe gets a letter from Tom, what issue does it raise in the Shelby household?
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