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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. What lunch does Mary eat in Chapter Nine before she notices airplanes flying over?
(b) Baked beans out of a can.
2. According to Chapter Eleven, where does Crow Dog go on Friday, April 5th?
(a) Washington, D.C.
(b) Crow Dog land.
(c) Mount Rushmore.
(d) Rapid City.
3. What is Annie Mae's mother's name?
(a) Anna Lee.
(b) Anna Maria.
(c) Mary Ellen.
(d) Ellen Ann.
4. Where is Barbara living in Chapter Sixteen?
(a) Rapid City.
(c) St. Francis.
5. How does one ask for a yuwipi ceremony?
(a) By asking in a sweat lodge.
(b) By sending a sacred pipe and tobacco to a medicine man.
(c) By asking at Sun Dance.
(d) By giving offerings to Mother Earth.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does Annie Mae first meet people from AIM?
2. What is one of the oldest Sioux rituals using rocks?
3. What do the FBI shoot and kill when they raid the Crow Dogs?
4. Who is the Oglala holy man who dies about 50 years before the second Wounded Knee?
5. What does Mary name her baby?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is going on around Mary while she is giving birth?
2. When Crow Dog is released from prison the first time, he goes to New York with friends, but has trouble sleeping. Mentally, he feels like he's still in prison. What changes?
3. What happens to Mary and her child as they leave Wounded Knee?
4. What does Leonard Crow Dog compare the Bicentennial to?
5. Where did Crow Dog talk to Mary about Sioux legends and what was involved in being a medicine man and the wife of a medicine man?
6. What was the attitude toward Mary, who was quite pregnant at the time of the siege at Wounded Knee?
7. Summarize what happens to Leonard Crow Dog's traditional style of wearing his hair while in prison.
8. Describe Annie Mae's childhood.
9. What events led to Judge Robert Merhige to release Crow Dog for time served?
10. Describe the changes in the Crow Dog family in the epilogue.
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