In the Footsteps of Crazy Horse
Joseph Marshall III
What is your name? Put in First and Last name
Why did Corky Brin and Jesse Little Horse tease Jimmy?
because he was white and lived on a reservation
because he was Lakota
because he had blue eyes
because he was small
Where did Grandpa Nyles say he would take Jimmy?
to where Crazy Horse lived
to where the Crazy Horse Monument is
to where his parents were born
on a camping trip beside the Little Bighorn
What was the first story Grandpa Nyles told about Crazy Horse?
about his birth
about a village burning in 1855
about Crazy Horse's father
about the Long Knives
Why was the Council on Horse Creek in 1851 held?
to bring peace to all the warring tribes
to offer gifts to the Long Knives
because of a horse raid
to ask the tribes not to bother the wagons going along the Oregon Trail
What was Crazy Horse's role at the Battle of the Hundred in the Hands?
he led the main attack
he lead the attack on the wood wagons
he lured the fort's soldiers into an ambush
he had no role in the battle
What word does Jimmy use to describe Crazy Horse?
none of the above
Who was the other main war leader with Crazy Horse at the beginning of the Battle of the Little Bighorn?
What happened after the Battle of the Little Bighorn (Greasy Grass Fight) according to Grandpa Nyles?
the Lakota tribes wiped out all the Long Knives
the Long Knives all survived except for Custer
Sitting Bull and the elders decided to move the tribes South
Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse decided to fight the fresh soldiers heading their way
Why did Crazy Horse surrender at Fort Robinson?
because of the cold winter and little food
because of the few warriors he had
because of the women and children and old ones
all the above
How did Jimmy handle Corky and Jesse when school began in the autumn?
he fought them
he stood up to them calmly
he ran away from them
he teased them
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