Remembrances of Crazy Horse

June 1992
Cobblestone;Jun92, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p47
Presents an excerpt of a remembrance of Crazy Horse, the great war chief of the Sioux. The remembrance was collected by Edward and Mabell Kadlecek of Nebraska, who compiled them into a book, `To Kill an Eagle: Indian Views on the Last Days of Crazy Horse,' from which this excerpt is taken.


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