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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. To what city did Zitkala-Sa and Raymond return after their travels in "Despair"?
(a) Washington D.C.
(d) New York.
2. Who was Ohiya?
(a) Zitkala-Sa's husband.
(b) Zitkala-Sa's father.
(c) Zitkala-Sa's brother.
(d) Zitkala-Sa's son.
3. What was the name of the organization founded by Zitkala-Sa and Raymond?
(a) American Indian Association.
(b) National Indian Association of America.
(c) National Council of American Indians.
(d) Native American Council.
4. How much land had the U.S. government taken from the Ute Indians?
(a) 2 million acres.
(b) 500,000 acres.
(c) 50 million acres.
(d) 10 million acres.
5. In her lifetime, Zitkala-Sa had difficulty with _________________.
(d) fitting in.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following is NOT something which Gertrude needed?
2. Zitkala-Sa's name meant _________________.
3. Zitkala-Sa's best memories were from living ____________________.
4. Zitkala-Sa was always reminded of which folklore character when dealing with the government?
5. Gertrude and her husband headed to a reservation located in which state?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Gertrude like living in Boston?
2. Explain how Zitkala-Sa's name meaning Red Bird symbolized both her life and afterlife.
3. How did Raymond fight for the Ute Indians?
4. How did Zitkala-Sa reconnect with Carlos Montezuma in Boston?
5. What were the conditions on the Uintah Reservation that Zitkala-Sa wanted to escape?
6. What major success did Zitkala-Sa have for the Ute Indians several years after her death and what was her legacy to other Indian rights activists who would come after her?
7. What prompted Gertrude to change her name to Zitkala-Sa?
8. Who did Zitkala-Sa marry and why did she choose him over Carlos Montezuma?
9. What was the plot of Zitkala-Sa's opera?
10. Why did Zitkala-Sa separate herself from the Ute Indians?
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