|Across the Fence: The Spirit of Crazy Horse|
|June 28, 2012 M. Timothy Nolting|
The picture is a photo of a 1934 sketch of Crazy Horse made by a Mormon missionary after interviewing Crazy Horses' sister. She said it was accurate. The photo was available through wikipedia.
In the early summer of 1877, Crazy Horse, the great war leader of the Oglala Lakota, surrendered to U.S. authorities at Camp Sheridan near the Spotted Tail Agency several miles to the northwest of Rushville, Nebraska. On the fifth of September he was escorted, under guard, to Fort Robinson where troops and native police attempted to arrest him. Crazy Horse resisted arrest and was bayonetted by one of those guarding him. Later that evening, Crazy ...
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