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Assessment Answer Sheet for Tennessee Indian History Learning Module 1
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After you have taken the Pre-test and recorded your answers, then read the Learning Module material, and upon completion of reading the Learning Module material, you take the Post-test and record your answers, you can then compare your Pre-test and your Post-test answers to the correct answers that are shown on this page.

Remember that the Pre-teting and the Post-testing is only to help you to retain the material you have learned. It is best to print out this material and keep it in a binder or folder for future learning and to refresh your memory.

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Tennessee Indian History Learning Module 1

Pre-test and Post-test

 

1.  Indigenous Tennessee Indians come from only one main group of people.

F

 

2.  Woodland Indians never lived in Tennessee

F

 

3.  Tennessee's Indian cultures are a blend of cultures from different tribes

T

 

4.  Before 1776, Tennessee Indians tribes derived from seven historically known tribes.

T

 

5.  After 1776, Tennessee Indian tribes had seven additional tribes that came from other areas.

T

 

6.  Kaosati is the name of a tribe that was located in Kansas

 

F

 

7.  Dragging Canoe was a Chikamaka leader

T

 

8. The Tellico Treaty was signed in 1796

T

 

9.  Many of Tennessee's Indian patriots remained in Tennessee to continue their ties and claims with their ancestral lands.

T

 

10.  All of Tennessee's Indians  agreed with the Tellico Treaty and stopped resisting the occupation of their lands by the U.S. government.

F

 

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