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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What, according to the author at the end of chapter 1, should the government do about the Indians?
(a) Begin talks with the federal government on land rights.
(b) Establish a cultural inclusion policy.
(c) Pass laws removing all federal government from Indian proceedings.
(d) Establish a cultural leave-us-alone agreement.
2. What television series began in 1967 that Indians fought to have banned?
(a) A series on Davy Crockett.
(b) A series on Custer.
(c) A series on Kennedy.
(d) A series on Lewis and Clark.
3. What is one of the biggest stumbling blocks for the area offices of the Bureau of Indian Affairs?
(a) Lack of computers.
(b) Lack of funds.
(c) Lack of manpower.
(d) Lack of resources for buidling projects.
4. What does the author suggest that each anthropologist should have to do in order to study a tribe?
(a) He must get on a waiting list and be approved by the tribe he wishes to visit.
(b) He must donate an equal amount of money to the tribe that he spent on the study.
(c) He must apply through the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
(d) He must apply to a tribal committee.
5. What did early treaties allow the tribes to do to white men violating their laws and borders?
(a) The tribes could banish them.
(b) The tribes could jail them.
(c) The tribes could punish them.
(d) The tribes could call for government back-up.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one of the main beliefs of the Indians about their religion?
2. What phrases does Mr. Farb continue to use when talking about Indians?
3. What two tribes seem to have traditional Indian values still intact?
4. What "Civilized" Tribe is among the poorest people in America?
5. According to the author, for those whites who do not claim Indian heritage, what asset do they have that connects them with American Indians?
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