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2011-03-23 01:19:35
Thief !! This is my photo !! I demand that you remove it at once !!!
2011-03-23 00:09:34
There is absolutely no doubt that this is a photograph of Little Big Man, who was struggling with Crazy Horse when Crazy horse was bayoneted at Fort Robinson. Little Big Man was photographed many times.
2010-08-29 21:50:59
Well, who ever it is/was, what a handsome man, love his hands.
2010-08-27 17:07:18
Sorry my friend...I wish it was...it would be an exciting thing for both scholars and serious collectors, and numerous photos have been put forward claining to be Crazy Horse. But most of those who new him personally, like Horn Chips and Billy Garnett, agree that he made a point of never posing for a portrait. An Ogala warior who knew him, Short Bull, said he'd once seen a photo of Crazy Horse, but that it of him mounted on horseback, which excludes most contenders. An authenticated photo of Crazy Horse is one of the Holy Grails of western studies and historic photography, but none of the ones put forward have yet survived the scrutiny of scholars and appraisers. But regardless of all that the man's place in history is secure as a great warrior, a savvy cavalry strategist and tactician, and an inspirational leader of men in battle.
2010-08-27 15:10:34
This photo is of Crazy Horse. I wasn't intending on posting a photo of my namesake, but the 2nd post of a Sitting Bull photo and comments by Cochise forced me to do this. Crazy Horse was Chief of the Ogalla Sioux and joined Sitting Bull in the defeat of General Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Crazy Horse was honored by the US Postal Service when they issued a 13 cent stamp in his honor. Crazy Horse is also being commemorated by the Crazy Horse Monument that is currently being carved from a mountainside (Mount Rushmore style) in South Dakota.