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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the result of Christian missions on the reservations?
(a) To shatter Indian society.
(b) To gather Indian ministers.
(c) To uplift Indian society.
(d) To re-establish the Native American Church.
2. Once a church was assigned to a reservation, what happened to the other churches?
(a) They could also build a church on the same reservation.
(b) Other churches could invite Indians to worship on their reservation.
(c) They were prohibited from entering a reservation.
(d) Other churches could talk to members of the reservation to try to gain access.
3. Among the Sioux in the Dakotas, what was the Sun Dance reinterpreted as?
(a) The annual convocation of the missions on each reservation.
(b) Tenebre service.
(c) Palm Sunday service.
(d) Christmas service.
4. In 1964, what percentage of Indian thought the United States should get out of America?
(a) 15 percent.
(b) 85 percent.
(c) 90 percent.
(d) 10 percent.
5. What did the Supreme Court do in June of 1968?
(a) It drained a dam and gave Indians back land on the east coast.
(b) It ruled in favor of urban development for Indians.
(c) Interpreted an ancient statute in favor of blacks in the matter of purchasing a house.
(d) It ruled in favor of water rights for African Americans.
6. What did Senator Clinton Anderson announce in 1968?
(a) That the federal government needed to close the reservations.
(b) That the federal government was spending nearly half a billion dollars a year on Indian people and therefore he did not think they were so neglected.
(c) That the federal government needed to spend more money on the Indian.
(d) That the federal government should support only those Indians living in urban areas.
7. How many area offices does the Bureau of Indian Affairs have throughout the country?
8. What, according to the author, is welfare designed to do?
(a) Compensate people who complain the loudest.
(b) Compensate people who are too poor to make much use of it.
(c) Compensate people who don't need it.
(d) Compensate people insofar as they deviate from the norm of society.
9. When the buffalo were gone, what did the Sioux eat to keep from starving?
10. How do the Indians control social situations?
11. What did the office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Albuquerque, New Mexico do to the Tigua of El Paso?
(a) They simply forgot about the tribe.
(b) They never visited, but sent money.
(c) They called them twice a year.
(d) They visited twice a year.
12. What was the main goal of the Bureau of Indian Affairs when it was started?
(a) To drive the Indians to reservations.
(b) To make sure the Indian became extinct.
(c) To prevent the extinction of the Indian.
(d) To dirve the Indians to Oklahoma.
13. Under what presidential administration did the policy of Relocation begin?
14. What do the Indians believe about land?
(a) That it belongs to everyone.
(b) That it is the mother of all.
(c) That it can be shared.
(d) That it is not very important.
15. Who is the prophet of peace on the Hopi reservation?
(a) Thomas Banyaca.
(b) Papovi Da.
(d) Sitting Bull.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened over time to young Indian men who wanted to enter the ministry?
2. What was the first concern of mission work on the reservation?
3. When Indians looked at pictures of the Disciples, what were they surprised to find?
4. What favorite hymn surprised old warriors in church?
5. What is the most popular and enduring subject of Indian humor?
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