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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Chapter 20, who makes the statement that if he were Indian, he would prefer to live on the open plains instead of a reservation?
2. Who is humiliated by the Crow at Rosebud?
(a) General Crook.
(b) Jack Red Cloud.
(c) General Gibbon.
(d) Chief Comes-in-Sight.
3. According to Chapter 20, what two Sioux leaders were jealous of each other?
(a) Young Man Afraid and Old Man Afraid.
(b) Red Cloud and Spotted Tail.
(c) Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull.
(d) Sitting Bull and Red Cloud.
4. Along what trail did the army plan to build a fort in 1866?
(b) Santa Fe.
5. Why says in Chapter 18, "There are not many joyous people here"?
(a) Lieutenant Stanley.
(b) Tom Custer.
(c) Libbie Custer.
6. Which regiment stages a mutiny against Custer in Texas?
(a) 4th Colorado Cavalry.
(b) 2nd Wisconsin Cavalry.
(c) 1st Texas Cavalry.
(d) 2nd Kansas Cavalry.
7. Who has Custer arrested on the Yellowstone campaign?
(c) Lieutenant Stanley.
8. What bad news did Custer receive on January 31, 1866?
(a) His first child has died during childbirth.
(b) His mother had died.
(c) He is to be court-martialed.
(d) He had been demoted to Captain.
9. What Oglala enters Custer's camp soon after Custer arrives in Nebraska?
(a) Pawnee Killer.
(b) Red Cloud.
(c) Young Man Afraid.
(d) Spotted Tail.
10. Where did Red Cloud make what the author calls a "splendid" speech?
(a) Potomac River, Washington, D.C.
(b) State Capitol, Omaha.
(c) World's Fair, Chicago.
(d) Cooper Union, New York.
11. In Chapter 19, who is mentioned as being "drunk nearly all the time"?
(a) Gary Owen.
(b) Charley Agard.
(c) Harry Reynolds.
(d) Fred Grant.
12. When did Custer leave for Fort McPherson?
(a) July, 1869.
(b) June, 1867.
(c) August, 1868.
(d) May, 1866.
13. Which railroad originated in California?
(a) California Pacific.
(b) Union Pacific.
(c) Central Pacific.
(d) Kansas Pacific.
14. What does Custer take a resolution to not do anymore in 1869?
(b) Stay away from Libbie.
15. What does the phrase, "to touch the pen" mean?
(a) Lets the white government know that a tribe is interested in making a treaty.
(b) To sign a treaty.
(c) To agree to negotiate a treaty.
(d) A chief touched a pen that was then used by a white man to write the chief's name.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Medicine Bill?
2. Who killed Captain Fetterman?
3. Where was the 1868 treaty signed?
4. Whose brains splattered on Reno's face during fire?
5. Who operated as the rear guard in the fight against the Shoshoni in Chapter 17?
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