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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. According to Indians what people are closest to God?
(a) Warriors and Ghost dancers.
(b) Chiefs and Medicine men.
(c) Babies and old people.
(d) Teenagers and Indian missionaries.
2. What did Grover whisper after the ferocious storm had subsided?
(a) "The Winged One."
(b) "Thank you Great Creator."
(c) "Wakan Tanka."
(d) "The Storm Chief."
3. What reason did Nerburn give for not wearing a watch?
(a) He keeps losing them.
(b) They feel heavy on the wrist.
(c) They make him nervous.
(d) They make him too aware of time.
4. Describe Danelle.
(a) Voluptuous with a movie star's beauty.
(b) Medium-build and not very attractive.
(c) Plump with bright shiny black eyes.
(d) Skinny with the gaunt beauty of a bar queen.
5. What did Bobbie train Fatback to do?
(c) Sit up.
(d) Roll over.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do white men want from the Indians now?
2. What is Paha Sapa?
3. How many times did Dan stop on his walk around the fenced area?
4. What did the Spanish want from the Indians?
5. Where did Eugene's dad live?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do whites treat history of Lincoln differently than the history of Jesus?
2. What did Dan answer when Nerburn asked him if the Pow Wow was their destination?
3. What did Dan take out of his large bag four times during the time he circled the fenced area?
4. Describe Annie.
5. What did the Indian couple that was in the restaurant in the Homestead town do to disgrace Indians?
6. What did Dan say one had to do to be like an Indian?
7. The monument at Wounded Knee was erected in memory of what?
8. Of what did the latticework arch between the pillars at Wounded Knee remind Nerburn?
9. Dan said the trouble wasn't alcohol for the Indians. What did he say the trouble was?
10. What stood in the middle of the plot that was through the pillars?
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