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    1. Was Crazy Horse resistant, if so why?
    Ans. Yes, the Crazy Horse was resistant. Unlike Red Cloud, he refused to bow down to whites or go to the reservations. When some Ogalas went to the soldier's town, crazy horse liked to stay behind. He took a defiant attitude because he knew that he had nothing to do with the the whites.

    2. In what month are the cherries ripe?
    Ans. July

    3. Do Indigenous people respect what they kill?
    The indigenous people had respected what they killed. The story reveals how Blak Elk was sorry for the deers, they had killed. They were ready to do something in return for the animals in the wild.

    4. Who taught Black Elk how to spearfish?
    Ans. Black Elk learned fishing from Watanye.

    5. Who was this High Horse guy?
    Ans. The Lakota man, Watanye.

    6. What was his quest?
    Ans. The Indian High Horse Watanye fell in love with an Indian girl. She was carefully protected by her parents, who refused to give her in marriage to Watanye.

    7. Who was Red Deer?
    Ans. Red Horse was the comrade of the High Horse. They always work together .

    8. What was the name of the tribe where the horses came from?
    Ans. The Crow Tribe.

    9. What is black medicine?
    Ans. The black medicine was Coffee

    10. What was this trouble they were speaking of?
    Ans. The trouble was the arrival of General Custer or Pahuska at the Black Hills.

    11. When is the moon of the Dark Red Calves?
    Ans. February.

    12. What is your impression of Crazy Horse?
    Crazy Horse is the bravest Sioux Chief who laid his life for his tribe. His character is somewhat strange and he loved to teach and spend time with the children of the tribe. Even in the midst of the terrible conflict, he refused to surrender and offer concessions to the Whites. He was truly patriotic to his nation and his is seen as an exceptional personality among the Indian tribes.

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    Questions and Answers: Black Elk Speaks

    1. Was Crazy Horse resistant, if so why?
    Ans. Yes, the Crazy Horse was resistant. Unlike Red Cloud, he refused to bow down to whites or go to the reservations. When some Ogalas went to the soldier's town, crazy horse liked to stay behind. He took a defiant attitude because he knew that he had nothing to do with the the whites.

    2. In what month are the cherries ripe?
    Ans. July

    3. Do Indigenous people respect what they ...

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