5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- U.S. vs. Washington
- Indian gaming regulatory act
- Outing System
- Public Law 280
- Battle of Little Bighorn
- a In 1876, Indian leaders Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse defeated Custer's troops who tried to force them back on to the reservation, Custer and all his men died
- b (1988) - authorized casinos on reservations and provided for regulation through the national Indian gaming commission
- c 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.
- d trading and fishing rights in the state of washington
- e In Off-reservation boarding schools, Indian students were placed in nearby homes of white residents and sometimes became virtual slaves.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- - authorized secretary of interior to contract with states/ agencies to provide educational services, medical services, agricultural assistance, and social welfare
- hjh, In attempts to block the construction of this road to MT, Sioux (under Chief Red Cloud) massacred and mutilated 82 soldiers under Capt. Fetterman's command
- treaty under which the U.S. abandoned the Bozeman Trail and created a large Siuox reservation in what is half of South Dakota today.
- American Indian medicine man, chief, and political leader of his tribe at the time of the Custer massacre (Little Bighorn) during the Sioux War
- if they have an opening then natives get first pick in selection process of a job
5 True/False Questions
impact aid → The Indian name given to the Black Hills of the Dakota territory.
Peyote → cactus the yeilds a hallucinogenic drug substance used by Native American Indian groups to produce visions
House of concurrent resolution 108 → officially started the termination of tribes
Paha Sapa → The Indian name given to the Black Hills of the Dakota territory.
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.