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Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Jean Mendoza, Debbie Reese

An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States for Young People

Nonfiction | Book | YA | Published in 2019

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Multiple Choice

1. Indigenous people practiced stewardship over the environment, according to the authors. Which of the following practices does stewardship include?

A) Careful resource management, such as controlling fires and cultivating agriculture

B) Creating comprehensive lists naming all those who pass through their land

C) Pillaging the natural resources from any intruder that may come upon their territory

D) Developing fertilizers and other soil enrichments to help crops grow bigger and stronger

2. In the 11th century, when the Catholic Church privatized common lands, what new class was created as a byproduct and to what effect?

A) A monk class was created for those who couldn’t afford private land, inspiring a religious revolution.

B) A peasant class was created, which was used for labor and warfare on behalf of the Catholic Church.

C) A rogue class was created, for those who rejected the privatized model of land ownership, spurring a spike in vigilante justice.

D) A bard class was created, of artists and entertainers spurring a renaissance in art and culture.

3. Which of the following American cultural artifacts does NOT mention a formation of a perfect union and/or divine guidance?

A) The Declaration of Independence

B) The United States Constitution

C) The Pledge of Allegiance

D) The Star-Spangled Banner