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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. Who blocked Custer's path on the north side of the river with approximately 1,500 Hunkpapas?
(a) Sitting Bull.
(b) He Dog.
(d) Two Moons.
2. Who had Reno's men on the run?
(b) Short Bull.
(c) Crazy Horse.
(d) Sitting Bull.
3. Which railroad originated in California?
(a) Union Pacific.
(b) California Pacific.
(c) Central Pacific.
(d) Kansas Pacific.
4. Why says in Chapter 18, "There are not many joyous people here"?
(a) Libbie Custer.
(b) Lieutenant Stanley.
(c) Tom Custer.
5. What did Custer name as one of the chief pleasures he and Libbie enjoyed on the Plains?
(a) New commands.
(b) Visiting new places.
(c) Camping under the stars.
(d) Horseback riding.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the Miniconjou medicine man who has a strong vision in Chapter 18?
2. In Chapter 16, who says that he's ready for peace?
3. Who is humiliated by the Crow at Rosebud?
4. Along what trail did the army plan to build a fort in 1866?
5. Where was Custer's version of the Reno scouting expedition published?
Short Essay Questions
1. What two men taught Custer the most about the Plains and the tribes that live there?
2. What were agency Indians?
3. What did the government mean about "civilization" in the Treaty of 1868?
4. Describe the Sun Dance held at Rosebud.
5. Sitting Bull is referred to as the most famous Native American ever. Why?
6. What route did Custer's party take to Texas?
7. Describe Red Cloud in 1866 and what makes him a good leader.
8. According to the author, what was the first time that Crazy Horse's actions affected Custer?
9. In Chapter 21, the author relates that large numbers of Native Americans are leaving the agencies in 1875. There were "almost as many motives for going north as there were Indians making the trek." What are some of the reasons?
10. Crazy Horse becomes a leader of a band of Sioux in Chapter 20. Explain what this means.
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