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. Phineas Stevens had been captured by what tribe at a young age and had learned their customs and language?
(a) The Abenaki people.
(b) The Apaches.
(c) The Catawbas.
(d) The Cherokee.

2. 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?
(a) 1761.
(b) 1756.
(c) 1777.
(d) 1658.

3. In an address to whom in Chapter 5 does Joseph Brant reiterate support for Great Britain?
(a) Lord Germain.
(b) William Johnson.
(c) Eleazar Wheelock.
(d) Jeffery Amherst.

4. Joseph Mittark was the sachem of what tribe?
(a) The Gay Head Indians.
(b) The Apache Indians.
(c) The Delaware Indians.
(d) The Cherokee Indians.

5. The Walking Purchase was a purported agreement between the Penn family and what native tribe?
(a) The Cherokee Indians.
(b) The Apache Indians.
(c) The Iriquois Indians.
(d) The Delaware Indians.

6. 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 Cherokee.
(c) The Apaches.
(d) The Delaware Indians.

7. In what year did George Washington order the destruction of around forty Iroquois towns during the Revolutionary War?
(a) 1783.
(b) 1789.
(c) 1779.
(d) 1775.

8. By way of the Walking Purchase, the Penn family and proprietors claimed an area of how many acres in Pennsylvania?
(a) 800,000.
(b) 1,200,000.
(c) 200,000.
(d) 600,000.

9. Chief Pontiac was born in approximately what year?
(a) 1708.
(b) 1720.
(c) 1763.
(d) 1700.

10. What was the name of the governor of New France who traveled to Iroquois country to try to bluff his way to making the Iroquois stop trading with the English?
(a) La Barre.
(b) Cardieux.
(c) La Belle.
(d) Baraux.

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

12. Where was Phineas Stevens born?
(a) Montauk, New York.
(b) Sudbury, Massachusetts.
(c) Cambridge, Massachusetts.
(d) Boston, Massachusetts.

13. The first text reprinted in Chapter 3 is a "Act of Submission" written by what tribe?
(a) The Narrangansett Indians.
(b) The Apache Indians.
(c) The Cherokee Indians.
(d) The Mohawk Indians.

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

15. In 2004, the Delaware Nation filed suit against Pennsylvania in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, seeking how many acres included in the Walking Purchase?
(a) 314.
(b) 100,000.
(c) 1,000,000.
(d) 452.

Short Answer Questions

1. Joseph Brant was a military and political leader in what Native American tribe?

2. When did the American Revolutionary War begin?

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. When did Colonel William Crawford die?

5. When was Joseph Brant born?

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