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History 300-Exam– Sec III 2013-2014 written by Leo Steinberger Pay attention Good Luck Copyright. L. Steinberger 2013
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Question 1 (Cover) What is the name of the textbook we use in this course? (pp. 1) A) Historamas B) Pastoramas C) Panoramas D) Reloramas
Question 2 p. 2 The Amerinidians and Inuit are composed of 3 large linguistic and cultural families. Which set reflects this? (pp. 1) A) Mohawks, Wendats, Inuits B) Inuit, Iroquoian family, Algonquians C) Iroquoian, Mohawks, Eagles D) Beaver clan, Inuit, Wendats
Question 3 p. 2-3 What is the name for the act of 18___ which was intended to assimilate the indigenous peoples into Western society. Indian Act of 18____
Question 4 (p.1) Where did the people of the First Nations originally come from. (Top P. 4) The Steppes of _________________
Question 5 p.4-5 It is believed that the people of North America came to the Americas via different routes. Identify them. A) The Bridge of Beringa over the ___________Strait B) Via the Aleutian ____________ C) Over the Pacific Ocean from __________ D) Over the Atlantic Ocean from _________
Q. 6. Since there is no written language from their time, alternative sources are available for studying the Amerindians. Identify one of these sources. (P. 7) _(6a) Arti….._______ found by (6b)________________ Written (6c) Acc….._________________ by the (6d) ________________________
Q. 7. There were (7a)____ Iroquoian nations. The Iroquois speak different (7b)______ of the same (7c)_________. They lived in (7d)__________made of (7e)________. They usually planted corn, beans and squash, known as the three (7f) _______. Since they had to move every 10 to 15 years when the houses started to deteriorate, they were a (7g)______________ people. Words or numbers you may choose to use: 3, 9, 13, longhouse, corn, cement, mud, wood, shorthouse, language, dialects, brothers, sisters, nomadic, sedentary, semi-sedentary, semi-nomadic Sources. P. 8
Q. 8. The society of the Iroquois was a society where the information was passed down from Mother to daughter. (p. 9) What is the name for this type of society? ______________________
Q. 9. The Iroquois. What were men responsible for? List only the appropriate letters which apply on the answer sheet. (p.9) A) Hunting, B) Cultivating the soil C) Fishing D) Hunted small game E) Brought in the harvest F) Cleared the land G) Constructing Homes H Trading with other nations I) Cared for welfare of children and family J) Defense
Q. 10. The Iroquois. What were women responsible for? List only the appropriate letters which apply on the answer sheet. (p.9) A) Hunting, B) Cultivating the soil C) Fishing D) Hunted small game E) Brought in the harvest F) Cleared the land G) Constructing Homes H) Trading with other nations I) Cared for welfare of children and family J) Defense
11. Which best represents the goods traded between the Iroquois and the Algonquian? (p.9) A) Corn and tobacco for meat, skin and furs B) Corn and tobacco for |Squash and Beans C) Corn for tobacco D) Corn for animal bones
12. Which physical regions did The Algonquians occupy? (p. 11) A) The Canadian Shield and the St. Lawrence lowlands B) The Lawrence lowlands and the Appalachians C) The Canadian Shield and the Hudson Bay lowlands D) The Canadian Shield and the Appalachians
13. Which term best describes The Algonquians? A) Sedentary B) Semi-sedentary C) Nomadic D) Semi-Nomadic
14. The Algonquians What were their canoes made from? ________ ____________
15. The Algonquians Which season meant a time for weddings and celebrations? __________________________________
Q. 16. The Algonquians The society of the Algonquians was a society where the information was passed down from father to son. What is the name for this type of society? ______________________
Q. 17 - The Iroquois.. Each Village had two clan chiefs. What are their titles? A) Band ________ Chief B) W…._________ Chief
18. The Algonquians. What were men responsible for? List only the appropriate letters which apply on the answer sheet. (p. 11) A) Hunting B) Harvesting C) Fishing D) Housework E) Defense F) Collecting Wood G) Making Canoes H) Making Fires I) Making Snowshoes J) Preparing Pelts K) Trading L) Building Tents M) Making Clothes N) Making Tent Covers
19. The Algonquians. What were women responsible for? List only the appropriate letters which apply on the answer sheet. (p.11) A) Hunting B) Harvesting C) Fishing D) Housework E) Defense F) Collecting Wood G) Making Canoes H) Making Fires I) Making Snowshoes J) Preparing Pelts K) Trading L) Building Tents M) Making Clothes N) Making Tent Covers
20. The Algonquians. Who made the decisions in the group? (p. 11) ___________________________ Choose the appropriate word or term below and write it above. Chief, Band Council, Consensus of the women, Consensus of the men, Warrior Chief
21. Amerindian view of the world (p. 13) Many Native nations describe their view of the world as The a)__________ of b)__________
22. Amerindian - What do All elements of the universe, whether living or non-living, contain? (p. 13) Write the one word. _________________________________
23. The circle of life is divided into four quarters. (p.13) What does each of the four points correspond to? Each point corresponds to a _________________point.
24. Amerindians – What is the name of the Natives where Mexico City now rests?. (p.14) Write the name below? _____________________________.
25. Amerindians – Social Behaviour- The notion of reciprocity in the circle of life translates into the practice of ______________-______________. -a situation or relationship, Reciprocity in social psychology refers to responding to a positive action with another positive action, rewarding kind actions. As a social construct, reciprocity... -relationship in which two people or groups agree to do something similar for each other, to allow each other to have the same rights, etc
26. Haida. The Haida of the west coast have a tradition whereby a large meal and goods are shared by the host. What is the name of this sharing ritual? (p. 16) __________________________________
27. Amerindians – Education of children- (p. 17) Which of the following is NOT true? A) Amerindians raised their children with patience and constraint. B) The basic limitation was the division of roles by gender. C) They did inflict punishment on their children when necessary. D) A child prepared for his or her role by imitating the parent
28. Amerindians- Spirituality How did the Amerindians perceive death? (p.20) A) Negatively B) Positively C) Did not care D) Transition to Afterlife
29. Amerindians- Spirituality (p.20) The Amerindians believed in both a god as a creator and in a superior force. This force is often called the Great Spirit or the Great __________________.
30. Amerindians- Spirituality Very important in the spirituality of the Amerindians were something they experienced which expressed the needs of their soul. What was that something which we as non-natives also experience? ____________________________
31. Amerindians- Spirituality( p. 22) When a boy entered into adulthood, he usually had to undergo a _____________ Quest.
32. Amerindians- Spirituality What was the name of person who acted as a healer, a prophet, truth seer and a guardian of the mythology? ______________________________ Source: http://www.google.ca/imgres?um=1&hl=en&biw=1024&bih=571&tbm=isch&tbnid=cxW9ubZ7h33- qM:&imgrefurl=http://www.coolchaser.com/graphics/tag/NATIVE%2520SHAMAN&docid=tQ5UnPioMtQq7M&imgurl=http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll34/willdanielle/shaman.jpg&w=393&h=64 4&ei=HqpNUtzZE7PlyAGz84HoDA&zoom=1&iact=rc&page=1&tbnh=133&tbnw=84&start=0&ndsp=22&ved=1t:429,r:6,s:0,i:102&tx=32&ty=70
33. Amerindians- Spirituality (p.22) The Algonquians took things like bird beaks, animal claws or dried and decorated heads of the first goose of the year along with them on the hunt. These items are referred to as _________________________ Source: https://www.google.ca/search?um=1&biw=1024&bih=571&hl=en&tbm=isch&sa=1&q=iroquoian+amulet#hl=en&q=native+amulet&tbm=isch&um=1
34. Amerindians- Spirituality (p. 25) Amerindians passed on their knowledge orally. Without written agreements, the nations established their treaties during ceremonies in which belts woven with beads carved from shells were handed down from generation to generation. What are these belts called? _________________________
35. Quebec – Hydro (p.30) On February 7, 2002 the Government of Quebec and what nation signed the agreement called the La Paix des Braves. _____________________________
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