What kind of chores did Chris usually do?
- plant seeds, gather nuts, and tend the horses
- fetch water, slop the hogs, and clean out the barn
- shuck beans, whittle, and braid corn-shuck bridles
Chris lived ---------.
- in Chattanooga, Tennessee
- in Bridgeport, Alabama
- in Caroliny
- on Walden's Ridge
Chris hated the ------ soldiers.
Chris worked hard so he could have ----.
- a fringed buckskin shirt
- a hunting rifle
- a horse of his own
- a vegetable garden
Chris sat by the spring and waited for Silas so they could -----.
- go squirrel hunting
- fetch the cows
- go fishing
Jesse Webb was headed to Chattanooga to ------.
- get supplies for his farm
- buy rifles
- talk to his son in prison
- trade squirrels for powder and lead
General Bragg surrounded three sides of Chattanooga to -------.
- stop supplies from coming in
- kill all Feds leaving the town
- bargain with the Feds
The Feds had to get their supplies in Bridgeport -------.
- sixty miles away
- just on the other side of the Tennessee River
- a day's walk from Chattanooga
Silas said the Feds were eating -----.
- ground hogs
What did the preacher mean when he said, "them that live to come home will have the mark of the beast upon them."?
- The men will have scars.
- Many of the men coming home from war with be wounded.
- War changes men for the worst.
Chris and Silas each got ---- squirrels.
Silas wanted the squirrels that were -----.
- bushy tailed
- shot in the left eye
What did Chris see when he reached home?
- Yankee soldiers were in his yard.
- His house was on fire.
- His brother and father were hoeing the corn.
- His mother was fighting off a bear.
A good title for this chapter could be -------.
- The Battle of Chickamauga
- Chattanooga Raid
- Squirrel Hunting
- The Preacher Man