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Crazy Horse Memorial started in 1948 to honor the Native American culture in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The sculptor, Koczak Ziolkowski, chose the legendary Ogala Sioux leader, Chief Crazy Horse. After unexpectedly dying 34 years into the project, Ziolkowski's wife, Ruth, and their family (in conjunction with the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation) continues the project. Currently, the Crazy Horse Memorial is the world's largest mountain carving in progress.

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Born in 1840 along Rapid Creek, Crazy Horse rose to become one of the most powerful and most recognized Native American figures of the Lakota Indian Tribe, second only to Sitting Bull.

On October a daytime blast will take place for Native American’s Day at Crazy Horse Memorial to honor all the tribes of North America. Crazy Horse Memorial, Rapid City, Indian Tribes, American War, South Dakota, Native Americans, Worlds Largest, Nativity, North America

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Born in 1840 along Rapid Creek, Crazy Horse rose to become one of the most powerful and most recognized Native American figures of the Lakota Indian Tribe, second only to Sitting Bull.

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Born in 1840 along Rapid Creek, Crazy Horse rose to become one of the most powerful and most recognized Native American figures of the Lakota Indian Tribe, second only to Sitting Bull.

The most popular organized hike in the United States happens twice a year! The annual Spring and Fall Volksmarch allows the public to hike up and walk out onto the arm of the Crazy Horse Memorial. All Over The World, Around The Worlds, Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park, Native American Earrings, Rapid City, Spring And Fall, South Dakota, State Parks

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This autumn hike on Sunday, September 30 is held the same weekend as the Custer State Park Buffalo Round-Up. It is the public’s second chance of the year to walk up the world’s largest mountain carving in progress.

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Born in 1840 along Rapid Creek, Crazy Horse rose to become one of the most powerful and most recognized Native American figures of the Lakota Indian Tribe, second only to Sitting Bull.

November is Native American Heritage month. Visit Crazy Horse Memorial to learn more about the Lakota's history as a great warrior nation. Native American Heritage Month, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Crazy Horse Memorial, Great Warriors, Roadside Attractions, South Dakota, American History, Abandoned

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November is Native American Heritage month. Visit Crazy Horse Memorial to learn more about the Lakota's history as a great warrior nation.

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More than 4,000 people participated in the annual Volksmarch at the Crazy Horse Memorial.

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Standing Face to Face With Crazy Horse

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6th Annual Fall Volksmarch | Rapid City SD

This autumn hike on Sunday, September 30 is held the same weekend as the Custer State Park Buffalo Round-Up. It is the public’s second chance of the year to walk up the world’s largest mountain carving in progress.