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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) There is no distinciton made between religion and life's other activities.
(b) It holds a separate place in Indian society and the lines are never crossed.
(c) That religious ceremonies are important and should be done daily.
(d) That religion must be done in a group.
2. What did the white man systematically destroy for the Indians?
(a) Their language.
(b) Their schools.
(c) Their culture.
(d) Their art.
3. What, according to the author, will happen to America in the end?
(a) It will be overrun by other countries.
(b) The land will be owned by non-Americans.
(c) The National Parks will be given away.
(d) It will be returned to the American Indian.
4. What happened over time to young Indian men who wanted to enter the ministry?
(a) They became priests in the Catholic Church.
(b) They were rejected.
(c) They were sent away to school.
(d) They became Methodist ministers.
5. What did Louie Sitting Crow do for fun?
(a) Help tourists gas their vehicles.
(b) Watch the tourists who traveled Highway 16 on their way to the Black Hills.
(c) Tell tourists about Indian fokelore.
(d) Give money and food to tourists.
Short Answer Questions
1. What treaty did John F. Kennedy break?
2. What is the reputation of the Bureau of Indian Affairs office in Juneau?
3. As far as race relations were concerned, how were Indians classified?
4. What, spiritually, was Robert Kennedy?
5. Once a church was assigned to a reservation, what happened to the other churches?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author think about the Republican political party?
2. What does the author believe that every group must have to become a reality?
3. What happened when the government decided to move the Bureau of Indian Affairs to Health, Education and Welfare?
4. According to the author, what would happen if the Bureau of Indian Affairs were abolished?
5. Why were other groups insulted by the cards that read "We Shall Overrun?"
6. What did missionaries do to the Indian's religious life when they arrived on the reservations?
7. What is welfare based on?
8. Why do the Indians consider Indian policy foreign policy?
9. What is the problem with earmarked money? What is earmarked money?
10. Discuss the Indian religious idea of sharing one's goods.
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