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David Grann
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The author states that when William Hale turned himself in to Sheriff Freas, he looked as if he were going where?
(a) To his execution.
(b) To heaven.
(c) To a formal party.
(d) To church.

2. What was Mollie's response when the attorney assisting the prosecution asked her if she loved her husband?
(a) No.
(b) Never again.
(c) A little.
(d) Yes.

3. Who served as a guardian to both Anna and Lizzie before their deaths?
(a) Scott Mathis.
(b) David Shoun.
(c) William Hale.
(d) Ernest Burkhart.

4. When Ernest Burkhart decided to tell the whole truth, how did he escape from his uncle's control?
(a) He requested to be placed in a different jail than his uncle.
(b) He fired the lawyers that his uncle had hired for him.
(c) He decided to represent himself.
(d) He hired a hitman to kill his uncle.

5. Which one of Tom White's brothers was gunned down when he went to arrest a pair of deserters in East Texas?
(a) Coley.
(b) N.P.
(c) Doc.
(d) Dudley.

6. A government study estimated that prior to 1925, how much money had been stolen from adult Osage wards by their appointed white guardians?
(a) $3,500,000.
(b) $8,000,000.
(c) $2,000,000.
(d) $18,000,000.

7. William Hale once said, "I, like many other good men, believed it would be only a short time until Congress would pass a law" (160) that permitted what practice?
(a) Lynchings.
(b) Alcohol sales on reservation lands.
(c) Gambling on reservation lands.
(d) The sale of headrights.

8. Who was the last person who had to die before Ernest Burkhart would control all of his wife's family's headrights?
(a) William Hale.
(b) Rita Smith.
(c) Bill Smith.
(d) Mollie Burkhart.

9. Before joining the Justice Department, J. Edgar Hoover had been a clerk at what location?
(a) The Smithsonian.
(b) The Department of Transportation.
(c) The Library of Congress.
(d) The Treasury Department.

10. Who did Pike claim had hired him to perform his required task?
(a) J. Edgar Hoover.
(b) William Hale.
(c) Tom White.
(d) Ernest Burkhart.

11. When William Hale tried to take out an insurance policy on Henry Roan, he was told that he could only do so if what condition were true?
(a) If Henry Roan owed William Hale a great deal of money.
(b) If Henry Roan were declared to be restricted.
(c) If William Hale paid the policy premiums.
(d) If Henry Roan divorced his wife.

12. J. Edgar Hoover often repeated the maxim "You either improve or" (167) do what?
(a) Disappear.
(b) Fail.
(c) Deteriorate.
(d) Disprove.

13. How old was Mollie's daughter Anna when she mysteriously died?
(a) Six.
(b) Three.
(c) Eight.
(d) Four.

14. Whose headright had William Hale tried to purchase prior to the owner's death?
(a) Charles Whitehorn.
(b) Henry Roan.
(c) W.W. Vaughn.
(d) Rita Smith.

15. When the gas station worker revealed to the undercover operative that she knew who had set William Hale's fields on fire, whom did she name as the culprit?
(a) Bill Smith.
(b) William Hale.
(c) Dudley White.
(d) Bryan Burkhart.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who did Bill Smith name as the executor of his slain wife Rita's will as he lay upon his deathbed?

2. To what event did the euphemism "necktie party" (139) refer?

3. In what year were warrants issued for William Hale and Ernest Burkhart's arrests in the murders of Bill Smith, Rita Smith, and Nettie Brookshire?

4. In what organization did Tom White enlist when he was 24?

5. To whom did Anna Brown bequeath nearly all her wealth upon her death?

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