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Calumet (pipe): Quiz


Question 1: Piasa________Three Sisters agricultureThunderbirdUnderwater panther
Black drinkMississippian cultureSoutheastern Ceremonial ComplexSpiro Mounds

Question 2: Red pipestone was used by the Eastern Tribes, Western and Great Basin Tribes, and the Plains Tribes, with sources of the stone in ________ (South Central), Minnesota (Pipestone), and Utah (Delta, Uinta).
AlabamaArkansasGeorgia (U.S. state)Tennessee

Question 3: Green Pipestone - A white on green marbled cupric pipestone found in Wyoming and South Dakota and used by the ________, Ute, and Plains Tribes for personal and ceremonial pipes.
NevadaShoshoneWestern United StatesPaiute

Question 4: Traditionally it has been smoked to seal a ________ or treaty, or to offer prayers in a religious ceremony.
CovenantChicagoWhite peopleJudaism

Question 5: Salmon Alabaster - the Uncompahgre Ute made beautiful ceremonial pipes from salmon alabaster mined in central ________.

Question 6: The use of blue pipestone coincided with the arrival of the ________ among the Plains Tribes.
Equus (genus)HorseArabian horseDonkey

Question 7: Clay - The ________ and Chickasaw both fashioned pipes made from fired clay that also employed small reed cane pipestems made from river cane.
Muscogee (Creek)Cherokee historyCherokeeChoctaw

Question 8: Red Pipestone - Catlinite is an iron-rich, reddish, soft quartzite ________ typically excavated from below groundwater level, as the stone erodes rapidly when exposed to the weather and outside air.
Sedimentary rockMetamorphic rockSlate industrySlate

Question 9: Historically, Native Americans who used the ________ also employed bow drills that used hard white quartz points which, when combined with water, could bore out even the hardest of pipestones.
ArcheryBow (weapon)CrossbowEnglish longbow

Question 10: "Calumet" is a Norman word, first used by Norman-French settlers in Québec to describe the ceremonial pipes they saw in use among the ________ people of the region.
Métis people (Canada)InuitCanadaFirst Nations


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