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Crazy Horse at the Little Bighorn
PLATE NO. 183. THE BATTLE OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN
The only inscriptions here are two in English: I. "Last of General Custer." 2. "Ge. G. Custer. June 26, 1876."
Pictographic History of the Oglala Sioux, drawings by Amos Bad Heart Bull and text by Helen H. Blish, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, NB 1967 p 269
This pictograph by Amos Bad Heart Bull purports to show Crazy Horse killing George A. Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Although he was present at the battle, Amos Bad Heart Bull was only seven years old at the time. He did not actually witness Crazy Horse in action, and certaily did not see Crazy Horse kill Custer.
In fact, the eye-witness record indicates that Custer was killed at the very beginning of the Custer fight before Crazy Horse ever got into the fray. See Who Killed Custer -- The Eye-Witness Answer for more info.
Yet in a way, Amos Bad heart Bull got it right. Crazy Horse did kill Custer, not literally but figuratively, for Crazy Horse was commonly acclaimed as the greatest chief at the battle. See Crazy Horse at the Little Bighorn for more info.
Here is another pictograph by Amos Bad Heart Bull.