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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How much was the Menominee tribe of Wisconsin awarded?
(a) $2 million.
(b) $1.5 million.
(c) $6 million.
(d) $500 thousand.
2. What two tribes seem to have traditional Indian values still intact?
(a) The Apaches of the Southwest and the Northwest Coast Indians.
(b) The Nez Perce and the Sioux.
(c) The Alaskan Inuits and the Pueblos of New Mexico.
(d) Pueblos of New Mexico and the Apache of the Southwest.
3. When does the author believe was the last time that true democracy was alive among Indian tribes?
(a) Pre-Columbian days.
(b) The 1960s.
4. What happened to the oldest treaty between the U.S. and the Seneca tribe?
(a) Nothing, it still exists.
(b) The government gave the land away after the Civil War to former slaves.
(c) The government passed a new law in 1869 abolishing the treaty.
(d) The government built a dam, which flooded the major part of the Seneca reservation and the treaty was broken.
5. What did early treaties allow the tribes to do to white men violating their laws and borders?
(a) The tribes could punish them.
(b) The tribes could jail them.
(c) The tribes could call for government back-up.
(d) The tribes could banish them.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did Utah get the Indians in their state to agree to termination?
2. What, according to the author, did the white man discover that the American Indians still owned of value?
3. What was one emphasis outlined in the Termination Act?
4. Which group of Indians did Arthur Watkins target first in his work for the government?
5. When whites claim Indian heritage, who do they believe was their ancestor?
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