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Michelle Nicole Boyer
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