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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. In Chapter 17, who is quoted as saying, "We were up against it from the start"?
(b) Crazy Horse.
(d) Little Hawk.
2. When did Custer leave for Fort McPherson?
(a) August, 1868.
(b) June, 1867.
(c) May, 1866.
(d) July, 1869.
3. Why says in Chapter 18, "There are not many joyous people here"?
(a) Lieutenant Stanley.
(b) Libbie Custer.
(c) Tom Custer.
4. One of the boys who listened to Crazy Horse tell stories became a famous holy man. Who was it?
(a) Fool Crow.
(b) Black Elk.
(c) Black Kettle.
5. What did Medicine Arrow do to give Custer bad luck?
(a) Spit on Custer's boots.
(b) Refused to smoke a pipe with him.
(c) Poured ashes from a pipe onto Custer's boots.
(d) Rode in a circle counterclockwise.
Short Answer Questions
1. How much would the extra cavalry offered by Terry have increased Custer's fighting strength?
2. Who remarks in Chapter 21 that Custer is going to be killed?
3. Whose brains splattered on Reno's face during fire?
4. What bad news did Custer receive on January 31, 1866?
5. How many men of the 7th Cavalry did Custer march toward Little Bighorn?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the government mean about "civilization" in the Treaty of 1868?
2. What did General Sherman hope to have happen when he pushed for the 1868 peace treaty with the Sioux?
3. How does E.B. Taylor induce Indian leaders to sign treaties?
4. What did Crazy Horse's friend, He Dog, decide to do before the battle at Rosebud?
5. By the spring of 1866, what progress has been made on the railroads, and what are the future plans?
6. According to the author, what mistakes did Custer make at the Battle of Little Bighorn?
7. Why did Crazy Horse keep his feelings for Black Buffalo Woman secret?
8. What change does becoming a father have on Crazy Horse?
9. What were agency Indians?
10. Why was Custer's desertion rate in Kansas so high?
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