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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Mary's grandmother tell her never to do in Chapter Two?
(a) Never tell a lie.
(b) Never go into white peoples' homes.
(c) Never to talk to a white person.
(d) Never be ashamed of where she came from.
2. Who tells a judge, "Peyote is my lawyer"?
(a) Russell Means.
(b) Leonard Crow Dog.
(c) Grandpa Fool Bull.
(d) Mary Brave Bird.
3. Who says, "We are the Old Indians, the landlords of this continent, coming to collect the rent"?
(a) Leonard Crow Dog.
(b) Dick Fool Bull.
(c) Mary Brave Bird.
(d) Dennis Banks.
4. When the author leaves Custer in Chapter Eight, what does the bumper sticker on her car say?
(a) Custer had it coming.
(b) Red Power.
(c) Custer died for your sins.
(d) Custer was Sioux'd.
5. What event leads to Mary being given the special name of Ohitika Win (Brave Woman)?
(a) Participating in Sun Dance.
(b) Her grandfather's death.
(c) Her marriage.
(d) The Second Wounded Knee.
6. Who says, "Revenge yourself with mind power"?
7. What historic event does Grandpa Fool Bull witness?
(a) Little Big Horn.
(b) The first Wounded Knee.
(c) Mary's birth.
(d) The Trail of Tears.
8. Where is the Sioux peyote garden located?
(a) Southern Mexico.
(d) Black Hills.
9. What tribe does the late Native American activist, Richard Oakes, belong to?
10. What event draws groups of Native Americans from all over the country to Washington, D.C.?
(a) Trail of Broken Treaties.
(b) March on Washington.
(c) Takeover at Alcatraz.
(d) Pan American Pow Wow.
11. Where is Mary in Chapter Four when her husband is beat up and her child is almost hit by a bullet?
(a) Washington State.
(b) Washington, D.C.
(c) Wounded Knee.
(d) Capital of South Dakota.
12. What does Mary spend $99.99 on in Chapter Eight?
(a) An imitation Persian rug.
(d) Asian food while in New York.
13. What American city does AIM begin in?
(b) St. Paul.
(d) San Francisco.
14. Which old warrior society once wore long sashes?
(a) The Badgers.
(b) The Kit Foxes.
(c) The Strong Hearts.
(d) The Dog Soliders.
15. What does AIM stand for?
(a) Taking a true AIM against the white society.
(b) American Indian Movement.
(c) American Indian Mothers.
(d) Association of Indian Moral.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are winter counts?
2. Approximately how many acres are in the Rosebud and Pine Ridge reservations?
3. Two Native American reservations are mentioned in Chapter One. What are they?
4. Where are many of the nuns from at the boarding school in Chapter Three?
5. In Chapter Two, what happens to Mary's uncles?
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