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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. What is one of the main beliefs of the Indians about their religion?
(a) That religion must be done in a group.
(b) That religious ceremonies are important and should be done daily.
(c) There is no distinciton made between religion and life's other activities.
(d) It holds a separate place in Indian society and the lines are never crossed.
2. When Indians looked at pictures of the Disciples, what were they surprised to find?
(a) Their brown faces.
(b) Their short hair.
(c) Their shoulder-length hair.
(d) Their white faces.
3. During the 1950s, where were the Indian Health Services transferred to?
(a) The Department of the Interior.
(b) The Department of Commerce.
(c) The War Department.
(d) The Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
4. What did Louie Sitting Crow do for fun?
(a) Tell tourists about Indian fokelore.
(b) Give money and food to tourists.
(c) Help tourists gas their vehicles.
(d) Watch the tourists who traveled Highway 16 on their way to the Black Hills.
5. What, spiritually, was Robert Kennedy?
(a) An American.
(b) An Irishman.
(c) An Indian.
(d) A white man.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does the area office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Aberdeen, South Dakota serve?
2. What was the main goal of the Bureau of Indian Affairs when it was started?
3. Among the Sioux in the Dakotas, what was the Sun Dance reinterpreted as?
4. What did Senator Clinton Anderson announce in 1968?
5. Who did Clyde Warrior support in the 1964 Presidential Campaign?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author think about the Republican political party?
2. Discuss the Indian religious idea of sharing one's goods.
3. How does the Bureau of Indian Affairs give the Indians an advantage for services over other Americans in need?
4. How is teasing used as a teaching tool for Indians and how can it be used as a parenting tool?
5. Why do the Indians consider Indian policy foreign policy?
6. Who is Banyaca and what was his message?
7. What did missionaries do to the Indian's religious life when they arrived on the reservations?
8. Why have many tribes decided NOT to use government help to build up their reservations?
9. What does the author believe that every group must have to become a reality?
10. How does white culture destroy other cultures?
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