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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 did Dan rebuke Nerburn about in Chapter 12?
(a) Talking too much.
(b) Wandering off.
(c) Being too white.
(d) Not listening.
2. The Catholic church held a conference to determine what about Indians?
(a) If they should be allowed to receive Communion.
(b) If they could go to heaven.
(c) If intermarriage with white Catholics should be allowed.
(d) Whether they were people or animals.
3. How did Dan describe the rolling foothills?
(a) White man's land.
(b) Indian land.
(c) A beautiful place.
(d) Mother earth.
4. What was the worst thing the white man brought to the Indians according to Dan?
(c) Boarding schools for their children.
(d) Small pox.
5. How did Danelle's parents die?
(a) They were lost and died of starvation.
(b) In an airplane crash.
(c) They were shot but the police said a car accident.
(d) From smallpox.
Short Answer Questions
1. What gift had the Creator given Dan?
2. What was the object wrapped in a blanket that Grover took out of his trunk?
3. How did Grover describe the coffee he made?
4. What was good after the terrible storm?
5. What were the seven stars supposed to have taught the Lakota?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe what Dan means when he talks about white mens' cages?
2. Why was Thoreau mentioned in the conversation?
3. What did Dan say one had to do to be like an Indian?
4. Of what did the latticework arch between the pillars at Wounded Knee remind Nerburn?
5. What did Dan take out of the trunk of the car at Wounded Knee?
6. What did the Indian couple that was in the restaurant in the Homestead town do to disgrace Indians?
7. Describe Annie.
8. How do whites treat history of Lincoln differently than the history of Jesus?
9. The monument at Wounded Knee was erected in memory of what?
10. Describe the Homestead town they visited in Chapter 15.
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