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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 4.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How are the Indians of Canada different from the American Indians?
(a) They have not had their basic governmental forms disturbed.
(b) Their medical care is not as good as American Indians.
(c) They live in colder climates and have better housing.
(d) They are paid by the government NOT to grow crops.
2. When the author says that whites claim Indian heritage, what side of their family tree do they claim it comes from?
(a) Their grandfathers.
(b) Their uncle's.
(c) Their grandmother's.
(d) Their aunt's.
3. What other name is the Dawes Act known by?
(a) The Peace Act.
(b) The Indian Ownership Act.
(c) The Indian Referral Act.
(d) The Allotment Act.
4. By 1943, what was the Senate Interior Committee convinced should happen?
(a) All land should be taken from Indians.
(b) Indians should be abolished.
(c) Indians should be compensated for land loss.
(d) The Indian Bureau should be abolished.
5. What does the author believe anthropologists should do in the future?
(a) Stop worrying about publishing and live among the Indians.
(b) Learn the art of the Indians and give up anthropology.
(c) Start writing everything down.
(d) Stop researching and preying on the Indian, and start helping.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who, according to the author, is at fault for poverty among American Indians?
2. What television series began in 1967 that Indians fought to have banned?
3. What is the best way for tribes to handle their reservation conflicts?
4. What, according to the author at the end of chapter 1, should the government do about the Indians?
5. When the Wheeler-Howard act was passed, what did the Indians experience for the first time in half a century?
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