My wife and I also visited other South Dakota sites including a monument to Chief Crazy Horse
being chiseled from one of the Black Hills and other archeological wonders of the Badlands.
After reading the article in the last issue (Vol 34 # 3), "Debating Crazy Horse," I would have to say I do not think this photo is the famous Oglala Chief Crazy Horse
who was killed at Camp Robinson, Nebraska in 1877.
38-55 found in the Legendary Frontiersman and Chief Crazy Horse
LIFESTYLE South Dakota: The biggest name to come from the area is the legendary Sioux chief Crazy Horse
, who fought the white goldrush settlers.
Heavily outnumbered by the Sioux, led by Chief Crazy Horse
, Custer in desperation ordered his men to shoot their horses to form a wall of protection against the Indians.
In advertising, Chief Crazy Horse
appears on cans of malt liquor, a "redman" lends his heritage to packs of chewing tobacco, and a native American princess sells cartons of butter.
The fancied Chief Crazy Horse
was well beaten by his stablemate, the 14-1 shot Beauty Bright, in the Ballygallon Stud-sponsored Group 3.
And, at Cork tomorrow, the O'Brientrained CHIEF CRAZY HORSE
, third to Moone Cross on his debut at Naas last week, looks the banker in the six-furlong Mitchelstown Maiden.
In those days, I was an unlikely Chief Crazy Horse
with skin as white as toothpaste and a war-whoop to pierce any adult eardrum.
Tallest Free-Standing Statue: Chief Crazy Horse
, Thunderhead Mountain, South Dakota, USA, begun in 1948 by Polish-American sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski and continued after his death in 1982 by his widow and eight of his children ( 563ft tall (unfinished).
The Surgeon General garnered support from leaders of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, to which Chief Crazy Horse
belonged, and key congressional members who, in October 1992, passed a rider to the Treasury Department's Appropriations bill banning the use of the name.