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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. As stated in Part 8, what must the white man do before he can relate to others?
(a) He must understand that he is superior to others.
(b) He must connect to the land.
(c) He must forego the pleasure of defining them.
(d) He must define his own history.
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) Other churches could talk to members of the reservation to try to gain access.
(d) They were prohibited from entering a reservation.
3. What happened during World War II on reservations?
(a) Money increased under Roosevelt and the reservations were well funded.
(b) All progress stopped and funds were scarce.
(c) Women took over men's jobs, just like in the rest of the country.
(d) Indians were drafted and many reservations lost their leaders.
4. What is one of the main beliefs of the Indians about their religion?
(a) That religious ceremonies are important and should be done daily.
(b) It holds a separate place in Indian society and the lines are never crossed.
(c) That religion must be done in a group.
(d) There is no distinciton made between religion and life's other activities.
5. During the 1950s, where were the Indian Health Services transferred to?
(a) The Department of Commerce.
(b) The Department of the Interior.
(c) The War Department.
(d) The Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the Native American Church view death?
2. What Department was the Bureau of Indian Affairs transferred to when it opened in 1849?
3. Why did the Indians support Urban Renewal?
4. Under what umbrella did the Bureau of Indian Affairs begin?
5. What was the main goal of the Bureau of Indian Affairs when it was started?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why have many tribes decided NOT to use government help to build up their reservations?
2. What is the problem with earmarked money? What is earmarked money?
3. What did missionaries do to the Indian's religious life when they arrived on the reservations?
4. Discuss the Indian religious idea of sharing one's goods.
5. According to the author, what would happen if the Bureau of Indian Affairs were abolished?
6. Who is Banyaca and what was his message?
7. What is welfare based on?
8. What does the author think about the Republican political party?
9. Why have the Indians never been involved with the Civil Rights movement?
10. What have been the views, according to the author, of Christianity regarding slavery, poverty and treachery?
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