Crazy Horse(redirected from Ta-Sunko-Witko)
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Cra·zy Horse(krā′zē hôrs′) Originally Tashunca-Uitco. 1849?-1877.
Lakota leader who militarily resisted the encroachment of whites in the Black Hills and joined Sitting Bull in the defeat of Gen. George A. Custer at Little Bighorn (1876).
(Biography) Native American name Ta-Sunko-Witko. ?1849–77, Sioux chief, remembered for his attempts to resist White settlement in Sioux territory
(Tashunca-Uitco), c1849–77, Lakota Indian leader: defeated General George Custer.