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Crazy Horse Surrenders

On May 6, 1877, Crazy Horse and nearly 900 Sioux and Cheyenne followers came into Fort Robinson, Nebraska, near present-day Crawford.  On the edge of starvation, they gave up. Crazy Horse’s surrender meant that the northern plains Indian wars had come … Continue reading

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