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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. According to Willy, where are her freedom papers?
(a) In her pack.
(b) She does not know.
(c) Her father had them on his person.
(d) In the cabin back home.
2. What does Willy learn about her mother?
(a) She went to retrieve her husband's body.
(b) She went to the Ledyard home.
(c) She is dead.
(d) The British took her.
3. What angers Willy the next day?
(a) She is made to put on a dress.
(b) Captain Ivers hints that he will claim her as property.
(c) She is made to scrub floors.
(d) Her uncle is beat for taking in Willy.
4. What do the two men say to Willy and her mother?
(a) Their fish were confiscated by the Americans.
(b) Their fish were confiscated by the British.
(c) They did not know the cow belonged to a black family.
(d) They would like some milk from the cow.
5. What is Willy's real name?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is in Baker's Cove?
2. What does Willy's mother say is safer for Jordan than fighting?
3. In what village is the Fort located?
4. With whom is Uncle Jack serving?
5. What does Willy's mother say about Willy's dress?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Willy tell her aunt she wants to do, and how does the aunt respond?
2. What does Willy's father say about seeing the British ships in the bay?
3. What are some of the choices Willy thinks about concerning what to do next?
4. What does Willy say about black men in the British army, and how do the two soldiers respond?
5. Describe Willy's entry into the fort.
6. Who is Granny Hyde, and what does she tell Willy?
7. Why is it lucky that Willy's uncle Jack is at home?
8. Why does Willy wish her father were home. and what does her mother say to that wish?
9. How does the Freeman family obtain a cow, and what does it symbolize to Lucy?
10. How does Willy slip away from the Ivers' household? Where does she go?
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