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ON DINING WITH CRAZY HORSE
"WHEN WE approached the Chief's 'tepi' a couple of squaws were grinding coffee between two stones and preparing something to eat. Crazy Horse remained seated on the ground; but when Frank [Frank Grouard] called his name in Dakota, Tashunca-uitco, he looked up, arose, and gave me a hearty grasp of his hand.
"I saw before me a man who looked quite young, not over thirty years old, five feet eight inches high, lithe and sinewy and with a scar in the face. The expression of his countenance was one of quiet dignity, but morose, dogged, tenacious and melancholy. He behaved with stolidity, like a man who realized that he had to...
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