• 1. 
    In what area of the country did the Navajo Nation live?

  • East coast
  • Great Plains
  • Southeast
  • Southwest
  • 2. 
    What type of art were the Navajo most famous for?

  • Woven rugs and blankets
  • Sand paintings
  • Dyed baskets
  • Ornate ceremonial masks
  • 3. 
    Several thousand Navajo were forced to move from Arizona to New Mexico by soldiers in 1864. What is this forced march called today?

  • The Trail of Tears
  • The Long Walk
  • The Hopeless Walk
  • The March of the Desert
  • 4. 
    The Navajo women specialized in making blankets and clay pots. In what art did the Navajo men specialize?

  • Sand sculpture
  • Basket weaving
  • Jewelry
  • Painting
  • 5. 
    In what type of homes did the Navajo live?

  • Wigwams
  • Longhouses
  • Teepees
  • Hogans
  • 6. 
    What direction did the Navajo people have the doors of their houses face?

  • West
  • East
  • North
  • South
  • 7. 
    The name Navajo comes from a Spanish word. The Navajo people called themselves Dine. What did this mean?

  • The people
  • Sun nation
  • Nation of the south
  • Spirit land
  • 8. 
    What were the three main crops that the Navajo people grew?

  • Lettuce, beans, and cabbage
  • Tobacco, corn, and grapes
  • Wheat, cotton, and tobacco
  • Corn, squash, and beans
  • 9. 
    True or false: Today the Navajo Nation reservation is very small when compared to other Native American reservations.

  • TRUE
  • 10. 
    What animal did the Spanish introduce to the Navajo that changed much of their culture including their main form of art, what they ate, and the types of clothes they wore?

  • Dog
  • Sheep
  • Goat
  • Horse
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