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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Part 4, Chapters 25-26.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the Lone Eaters does Owl Child invite to come visit him?
(a) White Man's Dog.
(b) Three Bears.
(d) Fast Horse.
2. Where did Yellow Kidney hide that was a fulfillment of White Man's Dog's dream?
(a) He hid in a lodge under a blanket with a girl who had the white scabs disease.
(b) He hid behind the tipi of a capured white girl.
(c) He hid under some leaves and was found by a girl with a white face.
(d) He hid behind a white horse that belonged to a white girl.
3. What does Fast Horse like and respect about Owl Child?
(a) That Owl Child has stolen a white horse.
(b) That Owl Child has traveled in far lands.
(c) That Owl Child defies the Napikwans.
(d) That Owl Child sells horses.
4. What does Fools Crow do with the injured rider that approached him at the beginning of Chapter 16?
(a) He takes him to his lodge to nurse him back to health.
(b) He takes him back to Owl Child, who is his friend.
(c) He takes him to the medicine man and asks him for advice.
(d) He takes him to his father, Boss Ribs, to be healed.
5. What problem does Fast Horse voice to Owl Child?
(a) He tells Owl Child he thinks that killing Napikwans so close to the Pikunis camps will bring trouble for the Pikunis people.
(b) He tells Owl Child that winter is coming and they have not put up rations for the cold months.
(c) He tells Owl Child he is running out of bullets for his many-shots-rifle.
(d) He tells Owl Child that his dream nemesis, Cold Maker, is planning revenge.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does White Man's Dog blame himself for Yellow Kidney's disfigurement?
2. Who is against killing the Napikwans?
3. In the beginning of Chapter 7, three riders enter the Pikunis camp riding on what?
4. What is the history of the relationship between the Pikunis and the Napikwans as told by Rides-at-the-door?
5. Which statement best describes the consensus of the men after discussing the present situation of the Pikunis and the Napikwans?
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