But today is Crazy Horse's day. He earned it. He was a true fearless leader and deserves that mountain they're carving on his behalf in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Unfortunately, there are no known photographs of the man and there is very little of a written record of his life. But we do know he was married to a woman called Black Shawl (Tasina Sapewin) and they had one child, a daughter called They Are Afraid of Her. When she died at age three (possibly from cholera), it is reported Crazy Horse was devastated and never recovered from that loss.
And we know this: Crazy Horse's war cry as he led the charge that killed Custer.
Only the Earth lasts forever!