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Question 1: Sihasapa (Sihásapa, "Blackfoot Sioux,"[4] not to be confused with the ________-speaking Blackfeet)
Ojibwe languageEastern Algonquian languagesAlgic languagesAlgonquian languages

Question 2: The Sioux maintain many separate tribal governments scattered across several reservations and communities in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, and also in ________ and southern Saskatchewan.
ManitobaCanadaOntarioAlberta

Question 3:
Which of the following are related to Sioux?
*Bellsn*Handchimes
Dja Dja Wurrung, Jardwadjali, Dhauwurd wurrung and Wada wurrung
Assiniboine, Stoney , and other Siouan peoples
Faygo Cola, Coca-Cola

Question 4: A Manitoba Historical Plaque was erected at the Spruce Woods Provincial Park by the province to commemorate Assiniboin (Nakota) First Nation's role in ________'s heritage.
CanadaOntarioAlbertaManitoba

Question 5: On November 5, 1862 in Minnesota, in ________, 303 Santee Sioux were found guilty of rape and murder of hundreds of American settlers.
Court-martialJudge Advocate General's CorpsMilitaryDesertion

Question 6: Some came up from the Santee River and Lake Marion, area of ________.
Georgia (U.S. state)North CarolinaSouth CarolinaNew Jersey

Question 7: Some of the soldiers are believed to have been the victims of "________" because the shooting took place at point-blank range in chaotic conditions.
British ArmyGulf WarFriendly fireFalklands War

Question 8: The Wounded Knee incident began February 27, 1973 when the town of Wounded Knee, South Dakota was seized by followers of the ________.
Russell MeansAmerican Indian MovementPine Ridge Indian ReservationMinnesota

Question 9: Waŋbdí Tháŋka (Big Eagle) - Mdewakanton Dakota chief who narrated his account of the ________
Dakota War of 1862American Civil WarMilitary history of the United StatesAmerican Indian Wars

Question 10: The men pardoned by President Lincoln were sent to a prison in ________, where more than half died.
IllinoisNebraskaIowaIndiana
















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