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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. Gertrude wrote an article which appeared in which publication?
(a) New York Post.
(b) Atlantic Monthly.
(c) The New Yorker.
(d) The Boston Globe.
2. What was the name of the opera co-written by Zitkala-Sa?
(a) Indian Summer.
(b) Dances with Wolves.
(c) The Buffalo Moon.
(d) The Sun Dance.
3. With whom did Zitkala-Sa collaborate on an opera?
(a) James Hennigan.
(b) Joseph Samuels.
(c) Edward Coates.
(d) William Hanson.
4. What was Zitkala-Sa's husband's name?
5. Why did Zitkala-Sa resign her position of secretary-treasurer of the Society of American Indians?
(a) Her family required more of her time.
(b) They elected a peyote majority leader.
(c) She was too ill to serve.
(d) She had more creative pursuits now.
Short Answer Questions
1. What city did Zitkala-Sa and Raymond move to after their son went away to boarding school?
2. Ruthless men swindled money from the Utes by selling __________________-.
3. What was the name of the white settlement where Zitkala-Sa and her family lived in 1913?
4. At which school did Gertrude study music?
5. What gave Zitkala-Sa the cultural joy she most craved?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why did Zitkala-Sa separate herself from the Ute Indians?
2. What did the U.S. government do with the tribal land and how did David fare in the action?
3. What was Zitkala-Sa's opinion of peyote?
4. What did Zitkala-Sa's opera signify to the world regarding the integration of Indian and white cultures?
5. Why did Zitkala-Sa and Raymond travel for five months of 1917?
6. Why did Gertrude like living in Boston?
7. What was the plot of Zitkala-Sa's opera?
8. Who did Zitkala-Sa marry and why did she choose him over Carlos Montezuma?
9. What is peyote, and how did the Indians use it?
10. What were the circumstances that had Zitkala-Sa sick, broke and exhausted?
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