Crazy Horse has been called the greatest Native American warrior of the 19th century. His victory over General Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876 was a bitter defeat for the frontier army of the American West. Volumes have been written about that famous fight, yet the legendary chief remains a mystery. No photograph of him exists, and the circumstances of his death have been mired in controversy for more than a century. Most accounts of his story have been told from a white man’s perspective. A new narrative details the Battle of Little Bighorn and Crazy Horse’s final moments through the eyes of Native Americans and soldiers alike.