Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse was a Lakota war leader. He fought against the cavalry to resist the relocation of his people. He led the charge at The Battle of Little Bighorn. He was later killed with a bayonet while resisting imprisonment.

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Crazy flasher 3 password?

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What you can do is when your at the shop, right-click and press play. Keep Pressin until the screen in th shop is blank. Press one more time and it will say you won a battle. It will Say Your Money NaN.

i need the password i dont need the money

Password : I love Andy and bbplayer.net!

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Who sang 'this is it' sometime in the 90's?

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How do you call Crazy in Telugu?

క్రేజీ source: google translate

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What are some quotes from the book The Crazy Horse Electric Game?

yes i wonce was a small lad said the strange man

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Who is angel in the book called the crazy horse electric games?

she was the gut willie likes but she worked for the pimp

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Does education reflect the true image of any society?

If you look at you surrounding community you will see the parts of town that the houses are better cared for, as well as the portion of town that is not as updated - have less lawn etc. TYPICALLY you will notice that those with the bigger, more expensive, better cared for homes have better jobs. Those who live in the less expensive and maybe less cared for will have the lower income homes - possibly working more hours for less money and dont have time or funds to fix them up.

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What is the value of a US 13 cent Crazy Horse stamp?

Scott US#1855

This stamp was issued in 1980 part of the Contributors to American History definitives set of stamps. It can be purchased for 15 cents used and 65 cents mint through a dealer. The low price indicates that it is of nominal value and a dealer is not likely to purchase a single copy.

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What is Crazy Horse's tribe?

Oglala-Brule Sioux is Crazy Horse's tribe.

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What did the Comanches live in?

like all plains Indians They lived in Tee-Pees

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Why was crazy horse famous?

See related link

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What type of horse did crazy horse ride?

he rode mestego's or free roaming horse, also known as the mustang

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How much is a bottle of crazy horse malt liquor?

Check your local supermarket.

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Where can you buy a pair of crazy horse brand jeans in ks city ks or ks city mo?

JC PENNEYS

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What did the American colonists celebrate for the first time?

thanksgiving?

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How did the Crazy Horse lure captain William fetterman's troops into a deadly massacre?

he slept with them

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What is the estimated completion date of the crazy horse memorial?

5 years

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How much is a crazy horse stamp worth?

There are 4 values for this stamp. This stamp is Scott Catalog # 1855, 13c, a regular issue that was issued from 1980 - 1985. 100's of millions of stamps were issued.

The values are:

Catalog

New = 40 cents

Used = 20 cents

Face = 13 cents

Dealer value = 10.4 cents (20% below Face value)

(Scott Specialized Catalog of US Stamps 2011, page 159)

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Family life in the 1920s?

There was much more electricity which made women's lives much easier. Men would spend their money on alcohol instead of focusing on the children. People were going into the war so it was a sad time. New technology affected their lives everywhere like the automobile, radio, and movies. People purchased many products. People accepted poverty. Women were not equal with men.

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Family life in the 20s was nothing like the person above said. There was a heavier emphasis on the nuclear family, i.e. the married couple and their children. Contrary to the above post, alcohol was illegal in the 1920s because of the Prohibition (in the US, anyway), so most men did NOT drink alcohol like that(unless they went to speakeasies, but women went there, too). In fact, the 19th Amendment had just been passed in 1919, so women were actually far more independent than they ever had been before. Sure, there was some sexism, but legally women and men were equal.

People were NOT going to war in America in the 1920s; World War One had been fought from 1914-1917. WW1 ushered in an economic and technological boom. Cars- specifically the Ford Model T- were being mass-produced for the first time, so average Americans could actually afford them.

The effect of this was 'modern' family life. Basically, the father was the breadwinner, the mother almost always stayed at home to take care of her children, cook, clean, and sew. Children were 'children' longer than they are today, mostly because 'teenager' wasn't seen as a seperate stage of life. You were a child, or you were an adult. This led to younger teenagers doing far more infantile things than teenagers today would, like playing with dolls, playing games together like hide and seek, and just being kids. Children were disciplined, so people were generally better mannered than their modern counterparts. Of course, there have always been brats.

This is the time period where 'teenagers' basically became a separate entity. Older teenagers, think 16-early twenties, would go to dances, hang out with friends at ice cream parlors, and date- keep in mind there would be adult supervision, so these relationships were usually kept chaste. Older college kids broke with tradition, however, and could frequently be caught in the back of somebody's Ford Model T "petting" (a.k.a making out).

Marriage was far more serious-and permanent- than it is today. Once you got married, you generally stayed married, but divorce was possible. The average age for marriage in 1920, according to the US Census, was 21.2 for women and 24.6 for men.

Women were the primary caregivers for children, but fathers WERE involved in their children's lives. The main thing to remember is that people have always been people. A father in the Middle Ages is just as likely to love his children as a father now.

The difference between the family of today and the family of the 1920s is respect, for tradition, for other people, and for themselves. In the '20s, families were far more tight-knit. Children grew up close to their parents and their family's traditions. Today, kids and parents don't spend nearly as much time together; kids are growing up alienated from their family's culture. Oh, and kids are very, very rude. In conclusion, the family in the 20s wasn't perfect, because no family is, but it was a whole lot better than the family- or lack thereof- today.

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Who was Crazy Horse?

Near the Black Hills of South Dakota, Crazy Horse was born into the Ogalala band of the Lakota (Sioux) Nation. His eact birthdate is unknown, but many people agree that it was in the early 1840's. Crazy Horse grew up during a difficult time for his people. He quickly became known as a great leader and powerful warrior. When he was about twelve years old, he had a dream, or vision, that showed him how he was supposed to live his life. The vision was of a humble man, without war paint or decorations on his clothing. The man in the vision told young Crazy Horse to always be generous and humble, never taking anything for himself. So, although he was a very brave warrior, Crazy Horse never came back to camp bragging about his deeds. He gave away the horses and food he did not need for himself or his family. He always made sure that everyone had plenty. Because of his dedication to his people, the Lakota, many people admired him. Warriors eagerly followed him into battle. Younger men and boys came to him to learn. Crazy Horse not only taught them how to hunt and fight, but also the history of their people, which he had learned from his elders. He was well liked and respected by almost everyone who knew him. But Crazy Horse was not just a warrior. He was also a man of his people. He was a loyal son and brother. His brother, Little Hawk, was one of his closest friends. Crazy Horse was devastated when he was killed. Crazy Horse was also a loving husband and father. Though he married late in his life, his marriage was a happy one. The first woman he loved, Black Buffalo Woman, married another man, named No Water. But Crazy Horse never gave up on her. When he was in his mid-twenties, Crazy Horse and Black Buffalo Woman went away to live together. She was free to leave her husband whenever she wanted but No Water would not let her. He found them and shot Crazy Horse in the face. Crazy Horse recovered but suffered great dishonor for causing so much trouble among his people. A few years later, Crazy Horse married Black Shawl. They had a daughter named They Are Afraid Of Her, who died very young of a white man's disease. This also upset Crazy Horse greatly. Of all the deaths he had seen, his daughter's was the hardest. Black Shawl was also sick with the same disease and Crazy Horse took special trips with her, trying to help her get better. Crazy Horse loved his people and valued their freedom so much that he fought for many years to defend it. The United States government had promised again and again that they would protect and help the Lakota, and many other Native Americans. But they continued to break those promises. Crazy Horse saw his land being taken away, the precious buffalo disappearing, and his people dying. So, in 1877, after winning many large battles against the U. S. Army, Crazy Horse surrendered. He came to live on Red Cloud's reservation near Fort Robinson. The government promised to give Crazy Horse and his people their own reservation in the north, near the Powder River. So the whole time he lived near Fort Robinson, he reminded the government about that promise. He was determined to make them keep it. For this, the government arrested him. He struggled against the guards, again determined to maintain his freedom, and a soldier stabbed him in the back. He died on September 5, 1877, at the age of about 35. The life Crazy Horse lived can teach us many things. He struggled with the many problems that faced the Lakota. Many of these things were much larger and stronger than he was. But he did not let that scare him away. He did not give up. He kept fighting, and kept the hope that he and his people could be free. Most of all, his spirit was not broken. Though he had to surrender and live on a reservation, he did not stop fighting for what he believed in. His final commitment was to his people. correction. Crazy Horse was not stabbed in the back by a soldier. While being taken to the guardhouse at Fort Robinson, Crazy Horse pulled two daggers from under his blanket and tried to escape. Standing behind him was an Indian named Little Big Man, a friend of his. Not wanting to see the soldiers kill him, his friend grabbed his arms at the elbows and tried to restrain him. In his struggles to get free, Crazy Horse wrenched one arm free and inadvertently stabbed himself in the kidney with his own dagger. The story of the soldier stabbing him was circulated by the commander of Fort Robinson to prevent vendettas against Little Big Man and his clan. This is the version of events as told by Little Big Man to John G Bourke a few years after the event. As such it constitutes a first source reportage from the only other Indian to witness the event.

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How many horses did crazy horse have?

34 horses

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Who is building crazy horse?

Korczak Ziolkowski is building Crazy Horse Mountain.

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Did Crazy Horse have any education?

Crazy Horse did not have any form of 'formal education' as that term is used or recognized by European society, his full education was a tribal traditional education handed down for thousands of years.

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How much does crazy horse memorial weigh?

i would say 1 square foot would weigh about 6 punds.

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Why is Chief Crazy Horse famous?

He was the leader of the Oglala Lakota tribe of Native American Indians involved in the Battle of the Little Bighorn, also known as "Custer's Last Stand".

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Can Crazy Horse monument be seen from outer space?

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