Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
My Heart at Wounded Knee
“You whites have
used many weapons against us
; we have always feared your guns the least”
What battle is depicted in the opening scenes?
Who are the president and foul-mouthed general playing pool?
What did Red Cloud agree to by touching the pen?
What was the outcome of the battle at Cedar Creek?
Where does Sitting Bull take his people?
Where does Ohiyesa’s father take him?
What did the Dawes Act legislation do?
Write three things that strike you most about the Sioux Reservations in Dakota Territory?
What do the Native Americans think will happen if they perform the Ghost Dance?
What happened at Wounded Knee?
What does Charles take a job doing? Why is this a tragic irony?
What does Charles’ feather symbolize?
What is the nature of the relationship between Charles Eastman and Senator Dawes?
Do you think Senator Dawes was helpful to the Native Americans?
Why is the movie titled Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee?
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