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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. How many times does Mary see her birth father by Chapter Two?
(c) Three times.
2. In Chapter One, what procedure is discussed that was commonly performed on Indian women without their permission?
(c) Oral surgery.
3. What is the best description of the type of book Lakota Woman is?
(a) Historical fiction.
(c) Current events non-fiction.
4. Who is the very corrupt tribal president at Pine Ridge?
(a) Dennis Albert.
(b) Albert Ellis.
(c) Dick Wilson.
(d) Graham Brave Bull.
5. Who are the helpless ones, according to Chapter Two?
(a) Elderly and children.
(b) Those living in poverty.
(d) People from Pine Ridge.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. What tribe does Mary belong to?
3. What is the name of the Seattle bar on Skid Row that the author mentions in Chapter Four?
4. In the old days, where do the heads of households keep ration cards?
5. What does the author call the towns of Parmelee, St. Francis, and Mission in Chapter Four?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Mary received from her grandmother's older sister, Mary, and her husband?
2. Describe the peyote plant.
3. What attempts were made to destroy Indian religion, according to Chapter Seven?
4. Describe Indian boarding schools from "Lakota Woman."
5. Describe the incident that led to Mary leaving boarding school permanently.
6. Why does Mary say that it is hard being an Indian woman?
7. Describe the beginning of AIM.
8. Why will Mary's mother and grandmother not teacher her how to speak the Sioux language?
9. Describe the last peyote meeting that the author attended with Grandpa Dick Fool Bull.
10. According to Chapter Three, who runs the boarding school that the author attended?
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