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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Gertrude wrote an article which appeared in which publication?
(a) The New Yorker.
(b) The Boston Globe.
(c) New York Post.
(d) Atlantic Monthly.
2. Into what type of boarding school did Zitkala-Sa place her son?
(a) An Episcopalian boarding school.
(b) A government boarding school.
(c) A Benedictine boarding school.
(d) A college preparatory school.
3. Ruthless men swindled money from the Utes by selling __________________-.
4. In what year did the U.S. government finally award the Utes their $3 million?
5. Which city did Zitkala-Sa and Raymond move to which made them both happy?
(b) Sioux Falls.
(d) Washington D.C.
6. What did Zitkala-Sa hate about the white world?
7. What Indian tribe lived on the reservation in #111?
8. Who was the main character in Zitkala-Sa's opera?
9. Which of the following was NOT true about Kitkala-Sa's opera?
(a) Indians danced in the dance scene.
(b) It was performed in Indiana.
(c) It had Indian lyrics.
(d) Indians donated costumes.
10. With what illness was Zitkala-Sa very sick at this time?
11. Zitkala-Sa was a trailblazer for ___________________.
(b) Indian rights.
(c) indigent people.
12. Ohiya's children can be described as ______________ in this chapter.
13. What did David do that helped with the family's prosperity?
14. In what state was the school in #139 located?
15. How did Gertrude sign the article that appeared in the publication in #103?
(a) G. Bonnin.
(b) Gertrude Bonnin.
(c) Red Bird.
Short Answer Questions
1. Zitkala-Sa's name meant _________________.
2. To what state did Zitkala-Sa and her husband move after their marriage?
3. How old is Gertrude in the chapter, "A Second Visit Home"?
4. Why did the character in #132 have to dance a sun dance in the opera?
5. Who was the young man who became engaged to Gertrude when she returned to Pennsylvania in 1897?
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