The World Turned Upside Down: Indian Voices from Early America Test | Final Test - Easy

Colin G. Calloway
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Deliberations on the Treaty of Lancaster ended on what date?
(a) November 23, 1746.
(b) July 4, 1744.
(c) October 15, 1669.
(d) June 12, 1754.

2. In what year did the French and Indian War erupt into the world-wide conflict known as the Seven Years' War?
(a) 1754.
(b) 1763.
(c) 1756.
(d) 1758.

3. Joseph Mittark was accused of illegitimately selling the lands of his people to whom?
(a) John Eliot.
(b) Joseph Brant.
(c) John Heckewelder.
(d) Thomas Dongan.

4. Pontiac's War was launched in what year?
(a) 1720.
(b) 1768.
(c) 1763.
(d) 1708.

5. What act among Indian tribes was a crucial part of any diplomatic efforts, as it symbolized friendship and sincerity?
(a) Sharing tea.
(b) Gift giving.
(c) Ritual sacrifice.
(d) Totem sharing.

6. Dragging Canoe led Cherokee Indians inclined to fight whom during the American Revolutionary War?
(a) The French.
(b) Americans.
(c) The British.
(d) Canadians.

7. Where was Colonel William Crawford born?
(a) Cambridge, Massachusetts.
(b) Orange County, Virginia.
(c) Boston, Massachusetts.
(d) New York, New York.

8. In 1778, a chief named what, ceding no land, allowed Americans to cross Delaware country?
(a) Black Bear.
(b) White Dove.
(c) Black Lion.
(d) White Eyes.

9. What refers to the crime of falsely making or altering a writing by which the legal rights or obligations of another person are apparently affected?
(a) Forgery.
(b) Larceny.
(c) Bribery.
(d) Allimony.

10. Joseph Mittark was accused of illegitimately selling the lands of his people to the governor of what state?
(a) Virginia.
(b) New York.
(c) Kentucky.
(d) Illinois.

11. The first text in Chapter 4 is from what year, when a governor of New France traveled to Iroquois country to try to bluff his way to making the Iroquois stop trading with the English?
(a) 1756.
(b) 1658.
(c) 1754.
(d) 1684.

12. The French and Indian War began in what year?
(a) 1763.
(b) 1758.
(c) 1759.
(d) 1754.

13. On the topic of intertribal wars, a speech by a Cayuga chief named what revealed the extent to which the Europeans succeeded in turning tribes against one another in Chapter 4?
(a) La Barre.
(b) Cheda.
(c) Gachadow.
(d) Garangula.

14. What was the name of an Onondaga who gave the governor of New France a speech, essentially calling his bluff, in Chapter 4?
(a) Garangula.
(b) Gachadow.
(c) Cheda.
(d) La Barre.

15. In what year did a Delaware chief named John Killbuck make a speech correctly doubting that the white man will be satisfied with the Ohio River boundary?
(a) 1771.
(b) 1802.
(c) 1769.
(d) 1768.

Short Answer Questions

1. Chief Pontiac was born in approximately what year?

2. What refers to a writing or document executed under seal and delivered to effect a conveyance, especially of real estate?

3. In what year did the Delaware Indians give a speech stating their belief that the English caused the French and Indian War, as described in Chapter 4?

4. In Chapter 4, a Cayuga chief described what tribe as warlike and treacherous, when in reality they were peace-loving?

5. In Chapter 3, Penobscot recounted his part in the negotiations, in which he never stated anything about handing over land but only that he wished for what?

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