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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Some of the people who have come to America have _________________ motives.
2. What city does the group arrive at in Chapter 7?
3. Why does the steamboat captain warn the passengers to not stay in the area where they disembark?
(a) There has been cholera in the area.
(b) They need to hurry to claim their land.
(c) There is a blizzard coming.
(d) There have been Indian attacks in the area.
4. Which insect does Anders tell the men can be a big problem for farmers?
5. Which one of the children is missing when it is time to re-board the ship?
6. The people who Ulrika meets on the trip think she is a _________________.
7. Who is Karl's younger brother who is also on the trip?
8. What does Danjel create in everyone around him?
9. What kind of animal does Karl see which has fallen into the water?
10. What happens to a man who falls off the boat into the river?
(a) He is rescued by the captain.
(b) He swims to shore.
(c) He drowns.
(d) He is picked up by another boat.
11. Kristina is glad that her family in Sweden cannot see __________________.
(a) how homesick she is.
(b) how Karl is mean to her.
(c) how poor they are.
(d) how little their house is.
12. Anders is infatuated with which woman?
13. Who gives food to Danjel's family?
14. How many children does Danjel have?
15. To whom does Karl write a letter telling of the group's arrival in America?
(a) His parish priest.
(b) His parents.
(c) Kristina's uncle.
(d) His brother.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the steamboat which takes the group to Albany?
2. What type of animal helps himself to the group's food one night but is not identifiable by the group?
3. How must the group travel on the last leg of their journey?
4. What type of trees do the men take special note of in the forest?
5. What does Fina-Kajas ask her son when she sees him?
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