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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Quiet One kind to May after the kidnapping ordeal?
(a) Because they are now equal in the eyes of Chief Little Wolf.
(b) Because May is now Chief Little Wolf's favorite wife.
(c) Because May saved her daughter, Pretty Walker, from being raped.
(d) Because May relies on her to feel safe.
2. How does May describe the sanitation at the camp?
(a) They use buckets which they later empty.
(b) There is a central area, downwind of the camp, that all the people use.
(c) They are directed to find a distant place in the bush.
(d) They ride a horse a short way from the camp.
3. What was the major issue regarding Sara's burial?
(a) Reverend Hare wanted a Christian burial, and the Cheyenne wanted a traditional Cheyenne burial.
(b) What items should be buried with her.
(c) The white women insisted on performing a ceremony.
(d) An argument about what outfit she should be buried in.
4. What does May learn from Gertie about the Captain?
(a) He had Gertie follow the tribe during the summer.
(b) He is preparing to wage war against the Cheyenne.
(c) He intended to ask May to marry him.
(d) He wants all of the women to abandon the mission.
5. What happens to May during a bad storm?
(a) She gets very sick.
(b) She is punished for trying to get into the sweat-lodge.
(c) She sneaks out of the camp.
(d) She gets lost in the camp and has to be rescued.
6. How has the relationship of the white women who joined the Brides for Indians program evolved during the time they have spent with the Cheyenne?
(a) They have become closer.
(b) They have become enemies.
(c) They pay little attention to each other.
(d) They have drifted apart.
7. What items are no longer available for trade to the Indians?
(a) Farm implements.
(d) Gunpowder and ammunition.
8. What does May tell Martha about the night of the abduction?
(a) She had a message from Chief Little Wolf that he was coming to save them.
(b) She recognized some of the Crow.
(c) She, too, was afraid, but tried to protect her unborn child.
(d) She had resigned herself to joining the Crow tribe.
9. What are some of the Cheyenne joining the Sioux to do?
(a) Attack the fort.
(b) Attack the Red Cloud Agency.
(c) Raid the settlers in the Black Hills.
(d) Prepare to fight for the Black Hills.
10. After the kidnapping ordeal, how are the women treated by the tribe?
(a) Generously and lovingly and welcomed back to their homes.
(b) Cruelly and coldly because they have been humiliated.
(c) As if they now have strong medicine because of their ordeal.
(d) As if nothing happened.
11. What does Chief Little Wolf decide to ban from camp because it causes harm?
(a) White man's goods.
12. What is one of the results of the Kit Foxes attack on the Shoshone?
(a) They present a bag containing the right hands of 12 Shoshone babies.
(b) They present the scalp of the Shoshone Chief.
(c) They bring the Shoshone Chief as a captive.
(d) They bring proof of the destruction of the Shoshone warriors.
13. Why does the Army attack the Cheyenne camp?
(a) Because Jules Seminole told the Army it was a Sioux camp.
(b) Because they want to steal all the horses.
(c) Because they did not care if the Cheyenne were ready to cooperate.
(d) Because they could do anything they wanted to do.
14. How do the men react when Gretchen's husband challenges her?
(a) They cheer him.
(b) They call him a henpecked husband.
(c) They ignore him.
(d) The chastise him.
15. What does Chief Little Wolf finally decide to do in response to the Army's demand that they go to the Agency?
(a) Go to the West.
(c) Travel to the Agency as soon as practical.
(d) Join with other Indian tribes and fight.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Narcissis do at the fort?
2. How does Chief Little Wolf feel about May's child?
3. How are the women seen by the people of the fort?
4. What do the soldiers put in the fire?
5. Why does Phemie refuse to go the the Agency?
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