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

Colin G. Calloway
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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. 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) Colonists to leave.
(b) Monetary repayment.
(c) Hostilities to end.
(d) The freedom of slaves.

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) 1658.
(b) 1756.
(c) 1761.
(d) 1777.

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

4. When was Joseph Brant born?
(a) 1708.
(b) 1701.
(c) 1762.
(d) 1743.

5. In the first text from Chapter 5, Oneida Indians express their desire to remain neutral in the conflict in a speech to whom?
(a) Jonathan Trumbull.
(b) Joseph Brant.
(c) Thomas Jefferson.
(d) George Washington.

Short Answer Questions

1. George Washington became known by what nickname among the Native Americans for ordering the destruction of around forty Iroquois towns during the Revolutionary War?

2. Colonel William Crawford was tortured and burnt at the stake by American Indians in retaliation for what incident?

3. Deliberations on the Treaty of Lancaster ended on what date?

4. What was the name of an Onondaga who gave the governor of New France a speech, essentially calling his bluff, in Chapter 4?

5. 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?

Short Essay Questions

1. How is the "guardian system" described in Chapter 3? When and where was it enacted?

2. With whom did the majority of Native Americans side with in the American Revolution? What were their feelings of the war?

3. What was the Native American response to the Peace of Paris? Why?

4. What was the subject of the speech by the Oneida Indians in Chapter 5? What was the outcome for these people in the war?

5. What text in Chapter 4 describes the motivations of the French to the Iroquois? What is the response to this text?

6. What was the subject of Gachadow's speech in Chapter 4? What is represented in this text?

7. How were the Cherokee Indians impacted by the American Revolution? What rift took place amongst the tribe?

8. What did the Native Americans feel about the French and Indian War? What is revealed in a 1758 speech about the war in Chapter 4?

9. How does the author describe the many land deeds in colonial America in Chapter 3?

10. What did Minavavana reject in his speech in Chapter 4? When was this speech given?

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