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Michelle  Nicole  Boyer  
AIS  1601A  
3  October  2015  
Week  6  Questions  
1. The  Sami  historically  had  to  fight  for  reserved  rights  to  do  what?  
a. Fish  salmon  from  traditional  fishing  areas  
b. Hunt  bison  from  traditional  grasslands  and  forested  areas  
c. Fish  for  coins  out  of  the  local  fountains  in  town  
d. Hunt  and  fish  in  their  California  reservation  without  permits  
2. Please  describe  what  is  happening  in  the  following  image  from  Dr.  Colombi’s  
lecture  on  “Sovereignty,  Nation  Building,  and  Sustainable  Development.”  
a. The  young  boy  in  the  picture  
has  won  a  fishing  prize  for  
catching  the  largest  sea  bass  
on  the  Nez  Perce  reservation  
in  20  years.    
b. The  young  Nez  Perce  boy  in  
the  picture  is  demonstrating  
his  sovereign  right  to  protest  
eating  fish  by  showing  the  
body  of  a  fish  illegally  caught.  



c.  The  young  Nez  Perce  boy  in  the  picture  and  his  parents  are  being  cited  for  
fishing  without  a  permit  and  the  boy’s  parents  are  going  to  be  arrested.    
d.  The  young  Nez  Perce  boy  is  actually  Dr.  Colombi’s  best  friend,  Joseph,  and  
Dr.  Colombi  just  wanted  to  remember  this  moment  from  his  childhood.    

3. In  Dr.  Colombi’s  chapter  “Indigenous  Peoples,  Large  Dams,  and  Capital-­‐
Intensive  Energy  Development,”  what  summarizes  the  author’s  opinion  of  
dams  and  hydroelectric  energy?  
a. Dams  have  been  used  to  create  energy,  but  that  energy  cannot  be  
effectively  used  by  many  of  the  Pacific  salmon  in  the  rivers.  
b. Dams  and  hydroelectric  energy  is  a  good  start  to  reducing  our  carbon  
footprint,  but  unfortunately  it  does  not  actually  work.    
c. Hydroelectic  energy  from  dams  and  irrigated  water  on  Indian  lands  
have  improved  many  lives,  but  at  enormous  ecological  costs.    
d. Hydroelectic  energy  from  dams  and  irrigated  water  has  led  to  many  
Native  Nations  becoming  extremely  wealthy  and  happy.  

4. In  the  Southwest,  what  body  of  water  continues  to  be  contested  when  it  
comes  to  Indigenous  water  rights  and  issues?  
a. The  Colorado  River  

b. The  Mississippi  River  
c. The  Animas  River  
d. The  Pacific  Ocean    

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