Aboriginal Quiz

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10 Questions - Developed by: Alexis Bragman - Developed on: - 2.073 taken

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  • 1
    Around 4,000 Aboriginals contributed to World War One. This equaled a total of 60% of the able bodied Aboriginals.
  • 2
    The League of Indians was created by Chief Murray in 1919.
  • 3
    Residential Schools peaked in the 1930s.
  • 4
    Thomas George Prince was killed in an explosion on November 20th at the age of 29 during World War One.
  • 5
    When Aboriginals talk about how they were treated when in the High Arctic Relocation, they refer to it as they were treated like "dogs"
  • 6
    Mary Two-Axe Earley was the first women to reclaim her Aboriginal status.
  • 7
    The White Papers were accepted by the Aboriginals.
  • 8
    Woodland style of art was created in the 1960's by Norval Morisseau but did not become popular until 1972 when it entered the Ontario Art Gallery.
  • 9
    The Assembly of First Nations was the voice for all First Nations that was recognized by the federal government.
  • 10
    In the Constitution Act of 1982, Section 35 was dedicated to Aboriginals to protect their treaties and rights.

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