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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. What were the Mormons' hopes for the outcome of the Civil War?
(a) Europe would intervene.
(b) The Confederacy would win.
(c) They would be rewarded by God.
(d) Both sides would destroy each other.
2. Why did the LeBaron bothers go on a killing spree?
(a) To please their father.
(b) To please God.
(c) To make money.
(d) They were insane.
3. Why did Dame decide to do away with the emigrants?
(a) He'd been told by God.
(b) He was tired of the stand-off.
(c) They were good fighters.
(d) They hadn't heard from Young.
4. What did the Mormon people need in their struggle that Young offered them?
5. Lee prophesied that Young would die within _______ if he was innocent.
(a) A year.
(b) Six months.
(c) Two days.
(d) One month.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did John Taylor support?
2. Where were Ron and Dan driving to at the end of Part 3, Chapter 16?
3. What was the speculation about why Smith's successor died?
4. Why did Woodruff change his position on polygamy?
5. Why did Young choose to settle near the Great Salt Lake?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did the Lafferty brothers get the idea to murder Brenda?
2. Do Brenda's sisters have any regrets in retrospect? What and why?
3. What was Lee's prophecy? Would any good have come from it being fulfilled?
4. Were the Native Americans to blame for the Mountain Meadow Massacre?
5. Why were people hesitant about allowing Ron to plead insanity? What potential problems could arise?
6. Was Colonel Dame involved in the Mountain Meadow Massacre? How so?
7. Did Woodruff fall in line with his predecessors' beliefs for the LDS, or did he contradict them? How?
8. Why did the Laffertys decided to abandon the rest of their revelation?
9. Why was Dan the more active participant in the murders rather than Ron?
10. Why was Ron Lafferty's first conviction thrown out?
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