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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 are Leonard's sons called?
(a) Bobby and Jack.
(b) Richard and Steve.
(c) Leonard and Mike.
(d) Richard and Quanah.
2. In Sioux traditional births, what is placed in the center of a tipi?
(b) Sweet grass.
(c) Sacred pipe.
(d) Waist high cottonwood stick.
3. What does Leonard do with $4000 he receives in residuals in Chapter Twelve?
(a) Puts a bathroom in the house.
(b) Holds a giveaway feast.
(c) Buys a truck.
(d) Gives it to his parents.
4. Who is accused of shooting and killing two federal officers and later convicted of the crime?
(a) Russell Means.
(b) Dennis Banks.
(c) Leonard Peltier.
(d) Annie Mae Aquash.
5. Who says that the hoop has not been broken in Chapter Ten?
(a) Russell Means.
(c) Wallace Black Elk.
(d) Leonard Crow Dog.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is Leonard Peltier from?
2. In Leonard Crow Dog's trial in South Dakota, he predicts he will be found guilty at what time?
3. What incident leads to Mary leaving a week before the siege ends?
4. Who does Leonard Crow Dog perform spiritual ceremonies with at Wounded Knee?
5. Who says, "A new world is coming"?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Mary admire about her friend, Annie Mae?
2. Why do the Crow Dogs believe they are cursed?
3. Explain the points where Mary disagreed with the feminists who had supported her.
4. What led to Leonard Crow Dog's second breakdown while in prison?
5. 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?
6. What was the attitude toward Mary, who was quite pregnant at the time of the siege at Wounded Knee?
7. Describe the trading post store.
8. Where did Annie Mae first meet people from AIM?
9. Explain all that Leonard Crow Dog did at Wounded Knee in 1973.
10. Describe Barbara's living situation in Chapter Sixteen.
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