A The Ojibwa did not have the ability to repair or produce the goods This had

A the ojibwa did not have the ability to repair or

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A)The Ojibwa did not have the ability to repair or produce the goods. This had the effect of increasing their dependency.B)The Ojibwa were unable to learn how to use western technology because of their lack of education.C)The Ojibwa were not able to acquire enough western goods to have a serious impact on their way of life.D)The Ojibwa had no interest in western goods because of a strong desire to remain true to their traditional culture.6Prior to their settlement onto reservations, what dictated when Ojibwa bands would move from one settlement to another?A)The decision to move was made by elected chiefs.B)The seasons and the environment particular to each band.C)Spiritual visions of animal "grandfathers".D)Nothing, it was completely arbitrary.7What was the main difference about the settlement patterns of Plains Ojibwa that distinguished them from the Southeastern Ojibwa and Southwestern Chippewa?A)Plains Ojibwa were highly mobile.B)Plains Ojibwa had permanently established summer villages.C)Plains Ojibwa patterned their movements after those of the beaver.D)Plains Ojibwa followed the settlement patterns of European settlers.
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8With respect to kinship organization, Ojibwa bands tended to beA)patrilineal, with tendencies toward endogamous totemic clans.B)matrilineal, with tendencies toward exogamous totemic clans.C)patrilineal, with tendencies toward exogamous totemic clans.D)patrilineal, with tendencies toward exogamous animistic clans.9How did Ojibwa power and political organization differ from that of Europeans?A)Ojibwa chiefs were appointed based on the prestige of their kinship lineage.B)Ojibwa healers were revered more than formal leaders.C)Ojibwa leaders were elected, unlike the European kings.D)Ojibwa chiefs were effective as local administrators but not as representatives of the group.10Instead of a distinction between the natural and the supernatural, the Ojibwa understand theworld to be divided into what two categories?A)body and the mindB)dreams and realityC)animate and inanimateD)natural and cultural11Within Ojibwa culture, which of the following is a prerequisite before one can hunt or gather?permission from the village chief
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A)B)an intention to use every part of the animal or plant one is foraging forC)permission from the "owner" of the plant or animalD)the assistance of a shaman who can divine the location of the plant or animal12According to Ojibwa beliefs about dreamingA)there is a clear separation to be made between dreams and reality.B)boys must eat a great feast in order to facilitate visionary dreams.C)dreams are the primary form of contact between humans and the "grandfathers".D)boys must discuss their first vision with the elders of the community.
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