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Assiniboine: Quiz


Question 1: The latter two tribes speak varieties of Nakóda, a distant, but not mutually intelligible, variant of the ________.
Lakota languageSioux languageOjibwe languageDakota language

Question 2: A Plains people, they generally went no further north than the ________.
Athabasca RiverClearwater River (Saskatchewan)North Saskatchewan RiverSouth Saskatchewan River

Question 3: "Assiniboine", ________ emuseum
St. Cloud State UniversityBemidji State UniversityMinnesota State University, MankatoBemidji State Beavers women's ice hockey

Question 4: They took adapted it from the Ojibwe exonym asinii-bwaan (stone Sioux), as well as the ________asinîpwâta (asinîpwâta ᐊᓯᓃᐹᐧᑕ NA sg, asinîpwâtak ᐊᓯᓃᐹᐧᑕᐠ NA pl).
Ermineskin Cree NationFrog Lake, AlbertaCreeEnoch Cree Nation

Question 5: They are considered a separated part of the central sub-group of the ________ nation.
Great Sioux NationSitting BullSiouxLakota people

Question 6: Today, a substantial number of Assiniboine people live jointly with several branches of the Sioux people on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in northeastern ________, and with the Atsina people on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in north central Montana.

Question 7: Together they later fought the ________.
First NationsKainai NationBlackfootBlackfeet

Question 8: The Assiniboine were close allies and trading partners of the ________, engaging in wars against the Atsina (Gros Ventre) alongside them.
Ermineskin Cree NationEnoch Cree NationFrog Lake, AlbertaCree

Question 9: They are more closely linked by language to the Stoney First Nations people of ________.
AlbertaCanadaBritish ColumbiaQuebec

Question 10: Images of Assiniboine people were painted by such 19th century artists as Karl Bodmer and ________.
CheyenneAmerican Old WestGeorge CatlinNative Americans in the United States


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