Chapter One, A Woman from He-Dog
1. What is the best description of the type of book Lakota Woman is?
(a) Current events non-fiction.
(b) Historical fiction.
2. Chapter One is titled "A Woman from He-Dog." What is "He-Dog" and where do you find it?
(a) He-Dog is a play on words revealed in the chapter.
(b) He-Dog is the woman's family name.
(c) He-Dog is a store on the Pine Ridge reservation.
(d) He-Dog is a reservation community in South Dakota.
3. Who is telling the story in Chapter One?
(a) Leonard Crow Dog.
(b) Mary Brave Bird.
(c) Barbara Brave Bird.
(d) Mary's mother.
4. What event leads to Mary being given the special name of Ohitika Win (Brave Woman)?
(a) Participating in Sun Dance.
(b) The Second Wounded Knee.
(c) Her marriage.
(d) Her grandfather's death.
5. In Chapter One, the narrator speaks of two women being found dead in the snow, Annie Mae and Delphine. Who are these women to the narrator?
(a) Mother and aunt.
(b) Sister and acquaintance.
(c) Best friend and sister-in law.
(d) Cousin and friend.
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