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Almost every history buff of the Great American West knows that Crazy Horse (c.1840-1877) vanquished General Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn, but how many of them are aware that the great Oglala Lakota warrior survived barely a year after his great victory or that he died violently while in captivity. This book by Thomas Powers (Intelligence Wars; The Man Who Kept the Secrets) unknots the complicated story of Crazy Horse's life and suspicious demise in a U.S. Army camp in Nebraska. The Killing of Crazy Horse is the culmination of years of research by Pulitzer Prize winning-journalist Thomas Powers.