5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- American Indian Religious Freedom act
- American Indian Movement
- Native American Church
- Public Law 280
- a the act of ending something
- b led by Dennis Banks and Russell Means; purpose was to obtain equal rights for Native Americans; protested at the site of the Wounded Knee massacre
- c A religious revitalization movement among Native Americans, also known as the Peyote religion
- d A method where the US government may assume jurisdiction over Indian reservation land. The act mandated the transfer of legal jurisdiction over to the states.
- e a 1978 law that directed federal agencies not to interfere with Native Americans religious practices.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- (1988) - authorized casinos on reservations and provided for regulation through the national Indian gaming commission
- the money that the give to school districts money to offset property tax
- Led by Chief Joseph, they fled to Canada after the U.S. authorities tried to put them in a reservation. They eventually surrendered and where placed in a reservation in Kansas, where most of them died. After that they were allowed to live in a reservation in Idaho
- Ritual that celebrated a hoped for day of reckoning when settlers would disappear, buffalo would return, and Natives would reunite with ancestors (leaded to Wounded Knee)
- - authorized secretary of interior to contract with states/ agencies to provide educational services, medical services, agricultural assistance, and social welfare
5 True/False Questions
Sitting Bull → American Indian medicine man, chief, and political leader of his tribe at the time of the Custer massacre (Little Bighorn) during the Sioux War
Relocation Programs → separation into portions
General Allotment Act → Dawes - Land granted to indian to hope assimilate them into society 1887-1934
Paha Sapa → the money that the give to school districts money to offset property tax
self-deterimination → would strengthen sense of autonomy without threatening sense of community and federal government promised to continue federal support until tribes no longer needed it.