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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. The Mohawk Major John Norton was known as what by his people?
2. What word refers to the practice of viewing the world from a European perspective and with an implied belief, either consciously or subconsciously, in the preeminence of European culture?
3. In the Iroquois creation story of John Norton's in Chapter 1, Tawiskaron proves to be a great what?
4. John Eliot wrote a series of fictional "dialogues" such as one which is reprinted in Chapter 2 describing a converted Indian named what who returns to his native village?
(b) Joseph Brant.
5. In Chapter 1, John Heckewelder relates a "verbatim" account from the Delaware and Mahican Indians of the Dutch landing in an area that is now known as what?
(a) Manhattan, New York.
(b) Cape May, Massachusetts.
(c) Queens, New York.
(d) Boston, Massachusetts.
Short Answer Questions
1. What term refers to the adoption of a new religious identity?
2. In Chekilli's creation story of the Creek people, red feathers mean what symbolically?
3. The Moor's Indian Charity School moved to Hanover, New Hampshire to become what institution?
4. In the Iroquois creation story of John Norton's in Chapter 1, an image of the earth is described as sitting on the back of what?
5. What refers to the establishment, maintenance, acquisition and expansion of colonies in one territory by people from another territory?
Short Essay Questions
1. In what ways did the Europeans take advantage of the Native Americans regarding land, as discussed in the Introduction?
2. What image of the earth's creation is described in John Norton's creation story in Chapter 1? Who was Norton?
3. How did the differences in literacy between the Indians and colonists affect land deals, as discussed in the Introduction?
4. What led Samson Occom to convert to Christianity?
5. What were methods of the Native Americans to bolster their numbers, as discussed in Chapter 2?
6. How does the author describe the oratory skills of the Native Americans in regard to the stereotype in the Introduction?
7. What tribe is described in Chekilli's creation story from Chapter 1?
8. What tribe did the central tribe follow in Chekilli's creation story from Chapter 1? What moral did the tribe learn?
9. What does the author suggest the reader keep in mind regarding Indian oratory history and literacy in the Introduction?
10. What text of Samson Occom's is included in Chapter 2? Who was Occom?
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