1. In what year was the book published?
2. In what year was the book updated?
3. What was the author doing when the seed for this book was planted in his mind?
(a) Riding his motorcycle across North Dakota in August.
(b) Day-dreaming about Indians and their values.
(c) Sitting on his front porch watching the sun set.
(d) Re-reading the other books he had written about Indians.
4. What was inside the three-sided wooden structure Nerburn came across on his motorcycle trip?
(a) An offering of free fruits and vegetables to passers-by.
(b) A wood carving of a Lakota Indian.
(c) A sacred Lakota buffalo rock.
(d) Three stones with Lakota traditions inscribed in them.
5. What did the Lakota people call the Creator?
(a) The Great Spirit.
(b) Watiki Tokan.
(c) Walka Tenken.
(d) Wakan Tanka.
6. What did the Lakota people consider a sacred offering?
(a) Buffalo hides.
(c) River stones.
7. Nerburn got a phone call from whom in Chapter 1?
(a) His publisher.
(b) An Indian woman.
(c) His son.
(d) An Indian Elder.
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