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Page 37 4 The Last Sun Dance Crazy Horse eventually brought in his people late in the spring of 1877. When other bands had succumbed to the lure of army gifts and treaties, Crazy Horse had led his band away into the prairies and mountains where they could live and worship in the traditions of their forefathers. They stayed in the open country where a man was important because he had the skill and strength to provide for his family. Crazy Horse had always acted vigorously to protect his people and their lands on the plains, in the pine-covered hills, and in the Black Hills.

During this time I was often an invited guest at tribal affairs: tribal presidential and council inaugurations, sun dances, inter-tribal dancing contests, and buffalo feasts. Medicine men invited me to the very sacred and private Yuwipi and Native American Church and carefully explained the services to me. At one point, one of the dancers needed a buckskin dress, and I went to see Jessie Romero Eagle Heart about making one. In our conversation, the steel bridge on Beaver Creek near our home was mentioned.

Indeed, the area actually lay in the southern part of the Camp Sheridan Wood Reserve. But the Northerns were not afraid of the soldiers because both friendly and hostile Indians completely surrounded the post. Although the Spotted Tail agent was reassured by the fine new army camp, the presence of the soldiers did not solve all of his problems. 4This was impossible, for he had never been able to count even the friendlies, so he managed to convince the bureau that the project should be put off. Page 32 The corral at Spotted Tail Agency, 1877.

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