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Rare depiction of Crazy Horse created by student attending Crazy Horse K-12 School

By Mark K. Tilsen


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It is not often that a student creates such a non-traditional characterization of one of the Oglala Lakota's most cherished leaders. Crazy Horse is one of the most respected of all Lakota historical figures, so it's pretty cute seeing someone poke fun at him. This was drawn by a student attending Crazy Horse School K-12 in Wanblee, S.D., which is located on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

For more information about the REAL Crazy Horse visit:
Wikipedia

For the firsthand account of his life, please read the remarkable book:
To Kill an Eagle

To learn more about the school named in his honor, visit: Crazy Horse School



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Tanka on Fri Sep 4, 2009 15:35:37
Wow, we really hate to hear about something like that. Our line of products are shelf stable for 18 months, but we tell our customers 12 months, just to be on the safe side. If you end up having any question, give me a call at 1-800-416-7212. Mark K.

Guest on Fri Sep 4, 2009 9:9:1
Someone at LNI gave me a tanka bar a few years ago and it was moldy. I hope tanka bar has been able to extend the shelf of the products.

PLATEMATE on Wed Sep 2, 2009 14:51:47
Very cute.