Crazy Horse rises again

January 1995
Current Events;1/30/95, Vol. 94 Issue 16, p3
Describes the process of sculpting the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota, by sculptor, Korczak Ziolkowski. Background of `Crazy Horse', the statue of the famous Sioux Indian chief.


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