5th - The Journal Of Wong Ming-chung

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1.  What did the Chinese men do after they were run off their claim?
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2.  In town, why does Uncle let Wong Ming-Chung do the talking?
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3.  Why does the river look like a battlefield?
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4.  Why did  Uncle say such hurtful things to Wong Ming-Chung?
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5.  Why do the Americans laugh at Wong Ming-Chung and Uncle when they register their claim?
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6.  Why do Wong  Ming-Chung and Uncle go from abandoned claim to abandoned claim?
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7.  What does Wong Ming-Chung want to do with the money he and Uncle make from the gold?
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8.  Why do Wong Ming-Chung and Uncle make themselves look dirty and shabby on their trip to Sacramento?
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9.  When people ask Wong Ming-Chung and Uncle questions, Wong Ming-Chung and Uncle
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10.  What is new in Sacramento?
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11.  The only signs that humans had been to the river were the rotting rockers and ruined shacks. A rocker is
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12.  A line from the journal says, "We've camped for the night on an abandoned claim." What is a claim in this sentence?
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13.  What does it mean to prospect in this story?
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14.  Uncle says he doesn't see how they'd get rich piling up dirt for levees. A levee is
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15.  The owner of the claim probably thought there would be nuggets just waiting to be picked upriver. A nugget is
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