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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When was Dragging Canoe born?
2. In an address to whom in Chapter 5 does Joseph Brant reiterate support for Great Britain?
(a) Jeffery Amherst.
(b) William Johnson.
(c) Eleazar Wheelock.
(d) Lord Germain.
3. By way of the Walking Purchase, the Penn family and proprietors claimed an area of how many acres in Pennsylvania?
4. When did Colonel William Crawford die?
5. George Washington became known by what nickname among the Native Americans for ordering the destruction of around forty Iroquois towns during the Revolutionary War?
(a) "Black Night."
(b) "Monstrous Destroyer."
(c) "Great Bear."
(d) "Town Destroyer."
6. When was Phineas Stevens born?
7. 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?
8. 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?
9. Joseph Brant had been taught at whose school?
(a) Lord Germain's.
(b) Eleazar Wheelock's.
(c) William Johnson's.
(d) Jeffery Amherst's.
10. When did the American Revolutionary War end?
11. Thomas Jefferson was governor of what state when he urged extermination of Shawnees in Ohio?
12. What act among Indian tribes was a crucial part of any diplomatic efforts, as it symbolized friendship and sincerity?
(a) Totem sharing.
(b) Sharing tea.
(c) Ritual sacrifice.
(d) Gift giving.
13. By what year was it clear the French were defeated by the English, and that Indians allied with the French were soon going to have to deal with the English, according to the author in Chapter 4?
14. In Chapter 4, a Cayuga chief described what tribe as warlike and treacherous, when in reality they were peace-loving?
(a) The Catawbas.
(b) The Apaches.
(c) The Cherokee.
(d) The Delaware Indians.
15. Colonel William Crawford was tortured and burnt at the stake by American Indians in retaliation for what incident?
(a) The Treaty of Fort Stanwix.
(b) The French and Indian War.
(c) The Braddock expedition.
(d) The Gnadenhutten massacre.
Short Answer Questions
1. A speech in what year by a Chippewa chief rejected the presumption that the English were simply going to inherit Indian lands gained by the French?
2. 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?
3. Deliberations on the Treaty of Lancaster ended on what date?
4. Who were the Iroquois allied with in the American Revolutionary War?
5. The Indian Nonintercourse Act is the collective name given to how many statutes passed by the United States Congress?
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