Chapters One through Three
1. What does this book, "Waterlily", tell the reader about the Dakota women?
(a) The effect of the telephone on them.
(b) Their lives and customs.
(c) The war they waged against Dakota men.
(d) Their rise to government positions.
2. Why does Blue Bird name her daughter Waterlily?
(a) She could not think of a better name.
(b) She was commanded to by the chief.
(c) It was her grandmother's name.
(d) She was born near water-lilies and her mother thinks she is as beautiful as the water-lilies.
3. Where does Blue Bird spend the night after Waterlily is born?
(a) In a hammock by the river.
(b) In the midst of the growing water lilies.
(c) With her cousin.
(d) In her husband's bed.
4. What does Blue Bird's mother-in-law think Blue Bird's cousin can help her do?
(a) Escape into the wilderness.
(b) Find a name for the newborn baby.
(c) Get over Star Elk.
(d) Care for the newborn baby.
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