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Crazy Horse

Yes, it is Chief Crazy Horse riding his… well… crazy horse.


On this day, May 6th…

1877, Chief Crazy Horse of the Oglala Sioux Indian tribe surrenders to U.S. Troops in Nebraska. He lived a very interested life before meeting a questionable demise in a Nebraska while trying to imprison him. 202 more words

Review of "Little Miss History Travels to Mount Rushmore", by Barbara Ann Mojica

“So read this book and I’ll take you somewhere!”

At this invitation, we are off on an adventure!

The story behind the creation of Mt. Rushmore comes alive in a way that young to middle-school children can really relate to.  187 more words

A Police Association for the RCMP

In the interest of full disclosure I am an associate member of the Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada (MPPAC).  During these turbulent times within the RCMP the question is often asked, “Why aren’t there more members of MPPAC?”  I would like to attempt to answer the question. 736 more words


Crazy Horse Mountain

While in the Black Hills, we visited the Crazy Horse Memorial. Chief Crazy Horse is known for defeating George Armstrong Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, or Custer’s Last Stand. 167 more words