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Crazy Horse, a Native American Leader

Crazy Horse was a legendary warrior and leader of the Lakota Sioux, celebrated for his battle skills as well as his effort to preserve Native Americantraditions and way of life. Resisting effort to force the Sioux on to reservations, he fought alongside Sitting Bull and others in the American Indian Wars. This essay is based on crazy horse impact inAmerican during his period. The thesis is: Crazy horse was one of the most important Native American leaders in America that fought for his ideals.

Crazy Horse was born on the Republican River about1845. He was killed at Fort Robinson, Nebraska, in 1877. Crazy Horse was born to parents from two tribes of the Lakota division of the Sioux, his father was an Oglala and his mother was a Minneconjou.Even as a young man, Crazy Horse was a legendary warrior. He was an uncommonly handsome man. He was modest; is he was a born warrior, he was a gentle warrior, a true brave, who stood for the highestideal of the Sioux.

It must be remembered that the period 1800-1860 was a time of enormous social change, both in the North and South A surge of democratic swept the country in the 1820 and 1830.Jackson was one of the first political leaders to grasp the new politics in which the ordinary citizen was celebrated as never before. The jacksonian era has been called the Age of the common man,were white person could vote. Women and slaves were not allow to vote, nor could free African American and Indians.

Early in the 19th century, while the rapidly-growing United States expanded intothe lower South, this was Indian territories. In 1814 he commanded the U.S. military forces that defeated a faction of the Creek nation. In their defeat, the Creeks lost 22 million acres of land insouthern Georgia and central Alabama. By 1837, the Jackson administration had removed 46,000 Native American people from their land east of the Mississippi, and had secured treaties which led to the...
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