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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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.
2. The Treaty of Fort Pitt was signed on what date?
(a) September 17, 1778.
(b) November 12, 1776.
(c) July 4, 1776.
(d) October 12, 1777.
3. The Treaty of Lancaster was a treaty concluded between the Six Nations and the colonies of Virginia and what?
4. When did Congress issue the United States Declaration of Independence?
(a) October 1, 1774.
(b) July 14, 1776.
(c) June 14, 1777.
(d) July 4, 1776.
5. 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?
6. 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?
(a) Monetary repayment.
(b) The freedom of slaves.
(c) Colonists to leave.
(d) Hostilities to end.
7. When was Phineas Stevens born?
8. In what year was the Treaty of Fort Stanwix concluded between the Iroquois and English delegate Sir William Johnson?
9. Joseph Brant had been taught at whose school?
(a) Jeffery Amherst's.
(b) Lord Germain's.
(c) William Johnson's.
(d) Eleazar Wheelock's.
10. In Chapter 4, a Cayuga chief described what tribe as warlike and treacherous, when in reality they were peace-loving?
(a) The Apaches.
(b) The Catawbas.
(c) The Cherokee.
(d) The Delaware Indians.
11. Phineas Stevens had been captured by what tribe at a young age and had learned their customs and language?
(a) The Cherokee.
(b) The Abenaki people.
(c) The Apaches.
(d) The Catawbas.
12. When did Colonel William Crawford die?
13. In Chapter 4, a speech from 1752 was made by an Abenaki Indian named what to a Massachusetts emissary?
14. A speech by a Chippewa chief named what rejected the presumption that the English were simply going to inherit Indian lands gained by the French in Chapter 4?
15. The Indian Nonintercourse Act is the collective name given to how many statutes passed by the United States Congress?
Short Answer Questions
1. Colonel William Crawford was tortured and burnt at the stake by American Indians in retaliation for what incident?
2. Penobscot participated in a land negotiation for an area called what in present-day Maine?
3. In the first text from Chapter 5, Oneida Indians express their desire to remain neutral in the conflict in a speech to the governor of what state?
4. A speech was given by what Oneida Indian in Chapter 4, promising to uphold the peace between the tribe and the English, but questioning the English for using Indians to fight their wars for them?
5. 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?
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