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31.How did the CCC-ID differ from the CCC?
A. It brought employment opportunities.
B.It established reclamation projects.
C.It refused to hire Indians.
D.It hired married men.
32.Which of the following statements characterizes Commissioner Collier’s motivation to visit the Navajo reservation in 1933?
A.He wanted to convince the Navajo that a reduction in livestock would ease their financial troubles.
B.He wanted to convince the Navajo that tribal practices would lead to a breakdown of Navajo society.
C.He wanted to show the Navajo why their cultural conditions were unacceptable to non-Indians.
D.He wanted to teach the Navajo that paternalist behavior was the only way to revitalize their land.
33.Which term BEST characterizes Commissioner Collier?
34.How was the Haskell Institute related to changing the face of Indian education?
A. It employed the first Native American superintendent.
B.It transformed from a boarding school to a day school.
C.It allowed graduates to assimilate into white society.
D.It encouraged more home life and student participation.
35.How did the Johnson-O'Malley Act differ from previous Native American school reforms?
A.It appropriated funds to off-reservation schools for Indian children.
B.It set aside money to be used toward the education of Indian children.
C.It encouraged the assimilation of Indian children into mainstream society.
D.It hired non-Indian teachers to learn Indian culture and teach Indian children.
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36.How was the Wheeler-Howard Bill different from previous Indian reform policies?
A. It provided health services to reservations.
B.It increased funding for education.
C.It established tribes as dependent nations.
D.It allowed for the sale of agricultural and ranching products.
37.How were the Navajos and Iroquois Confederacy similar in reference to the IRA?
A. They did not want a government of non-Indian origin.
B.They had resentment toward Collier.
C.They wanted Indians to preserve their independence.
D.They did not want to return to traditional practices.
38.How were Philleo Nash and Reverend
C. Aaron similar?
A.They thought Collier should be adopted by the Indians.
B.They thought Collier brought significant reform to the Indians.
C.They thought Collier was a kind and generous man toward the Indians.
D.They thought Collier should have credited the Indians for changes.
39.Which term BEST characterizes the Indian New Deal?
40.How was Robert Yellowtail different from his predecessors?
A. He was educated in a boarding school.
B.He followed the life of an activist.
C.He became a reservation superintendent.
D.He defended tribal culture and land.