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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 43 and 44.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why doesn't Eliza see her husband much?
(a) He travels a lot for his job.
(b) He and Eliza have divorced.
(c) He is ill.
(d) He lives and works on a different plantation.
2. When George and his family are established in Canada, what is it that George specifically says he wants more than anything?
(a) His own business.
(b) An education.
(c) A home in the mountains.
(d) A home near the ocean.
3. When Mr. Haley leaves Mr. Shelby, what is the awful truth that Mrs. Shelby learns?
(a) Uncle Tom and Harry will be sold and gone tomorrow.
(b) Uncle Tom will be sold, but that he can stay until after harvest.
(c) Uncle Tom will be sold and gone tomorrow.
(d) Harry will be sold and gone tomorrow.
4. As Cassy, escapes aboard a boat, she listens to a conversation among several slaves that she doesn't know, what piece of information does she find out that is personally meaningful to her?
(a) Eliza is her sister and that she is free in Canada.
(b) Eliza is her daughter and that she is free in Canada.
(c) George is her brother and that he is free in Canada.
(d) George is her son and that he is free in Canada.
5. When Phineas is in the town where the Hallidays live, what does he hear a conversation about?
(a) A slave named Tom is looking for Eliza to come to a plantation in New Orleans.
(b) A reward for catching the runaway slaves.
(c) A warrant issued for the Quakers who are hiding slaves.
(d) Slave catchers looking for Eliza and her family.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Mrs. Shelby first learn the details about Mr. Haley's visit to the plantation?
2. At the conclusion of Chapter 41, whose suffering from being beaten does Quimbo and Sambo witness?
3. Who are Bill and Jerry?
4. What is the name of the newest child slave at the St. Clare household?
5. To whom does Eva give reading lessons?
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