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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. Who says that the hoop has not been broken in Chapter Ten?
(b) Wallace Black Elk.
(c) Leonard Crow Dog.
(d) Russell Means.
2. Who does Annie Mae marry in the Indian way and take the name of?
(a) Russell Means.
(b) Nogeeshik Aquash.
(c) Jake Maloney.
(d) Jake Aquash.
3. Who is Ptesan Win?
(a) Grandmother Earth.
(b) Grandfather Spirit.
(c) White Buffalo Woman.
(d) A medicine woman.
4. What does Crow Dog call the abuses from the men who worked at the prisons?
(b) Heavy hate.
(d) Mind torture.
5. What does the author compare the scene of September 5 to?
(a) Wounded Knee Massacre.
(b) Vietcong village overrun by 185 Rambos.
(c) The Watts riots.
(d) Soldiers advancing on Indians long ago.
Short Answer Questions
1. What incident leads to Mary leaving a week before the siege ends?
2. How many children does Mary bear Leonard?
3. What does Mary name her baby?
4. Mary is one of two pregnant women at Wounded Knee. Who is the other?
5. In Chapter Thirteen, the author mentions people involved with Indian Rights who died. Who led the Oglala Sioux Civil Rights Organization (OSCRO) and was shot by tribal police?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Barbara's living situation in Chapter Sixteen.
2. What led to Leonard Crow Dog's second breakdown while in prison?
3. What does Leonard Crow Dog compare the Bicentennial to?
4. Explain who Charles and Robert were from Chapter Nine.
5. What is going on around Mary while she is giving birth?
6. How does the first Crow Dog get his name, according to the stories that Henry Crow Dog tells Mary?
7. Describe the Ghost Dance that Leonard held at Wounded Knee in 1973.
8. What was the purpose of the Ghost Dance?
9. What events led to Judge Robert Merhige to release Crow Dog for time served?
10. Summarize what happens to Leonard Crow Dog's traditional style of wearing his hair while in prison.
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