American Indian Issues Got a 100% on Quiz

In “My Heart Is Bursting,” which quote most contributes to the central idea that the Kiowa tribe wishes to maintain their lifestyle and traditions?C.I don’t want any of the medicine lodges [schools and churches] within the country. I want the children raised as I was.
Read the summary of “An Indian’s View of Indian Affairs.”

In “An Indian’s View of Indian Affairs,” it is asserted that conflicts could be reduced if white Americans better understood Native Americans.

Which of the following would make this summary more complete?

D. the fact that Chief Joseph of the Nez Percé tribe made this claim
Which quote from “My Heart Is Bursting” most contributes to the assertive tone of Satanta’s speech?C. I have heard that you intend to settle us on a reservation near the mountains. I don’t want to settle.
Read the excerpt from the speech “An Indian’s View of Indian Affairs.”

I believe much trouble and blood would be saved if we opened our hearts more. I will tell you in my way how the Indian sees things. The white man has more words to tell you how they look to him, but it does not require many words to speak the truth.
How do the underlined words impact the tone of Chief Joseph’s speech?

A.They emphasize the fact that Chief Joseph is going to speak candidly from the heart.
Read the excerpt from “An Indian’s View of Indian Affairs.”

My friends, I have been asked to show you my heart. I am glad to have a chance to do so. I want the white people to understand my people.

Based on the tone of this excerpt, the author most likely wants the audience to

D.listen with compassion.
Read the excerpt from “An Indian’s View of Indian Affairs.”

Some of you think an Indian is like a wild animal. This is a great mistake. I will tell you all about our people, and then you can judge whether an Indian is a man or not.

Which central idea of the speech is most supported by this excerpt?

D. The Nez Percé people want the new settlers to better understand them.
Read the quotation from “An Indian’s View of Indian Affairs.”

They told us to treat all men as they treated us; that we should never be the first to break a bargain; that it was a disgrace to tell a lie; that we should speak only the truth; that it was a shame for one man to take from another his wife, or [to take] his property without paying for it.

What cultural view is most reflected in this quotation?

D. respect for all other people
Read the quotation from “An Indian’s View of Indian Affairs.”

What I have to say will come from my heart, and I will speak with a straight tongue.
Based on this quotation, the reader can conclude that the Nez Percé people most believe in

A. the importance of speaking passionately and honestly.
Read the quote from “My Heart Is Bursting.”

If I had been fighting I would have done it by day and not in the dark.

The tone of this sentence can best be described as conveying

A. Pride
Which quote from “My Heart Is Bursting” best summarizes the message of Satanta’s speech?A. All of the land south of the Arkansas belongs to the Kiowas and the Comanches, and I don’t want to give away any of it.