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June 28, 2008

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Very good information! I enjoy a couple of from the articles which have been written, and particularly the comments posted! I will definitely be visiting again! Thanks a lot for your info,the best page up until now.

H.ART ANDERSON

I VISITED THE MOUNTAIN BEFORE KORZAK DIED AFTER I
VISITED MT.RUSHMORE AROUND 1980.
AT RUSHMORE A INDIAN CHIEF I BELIEVE ASKED ME IF I
WOULD LIKE TO TAKE A PICTURE OF HIM,I DIDN'T BUT I
WAS SORRY EVER SINCE,FOR NOT DOING SO,BECAUSE HE
WAS A COMPOSITE OF THREE INDIANS THAT WERE USED TO
MAKE THE BUFFALO NICKEL !
BOTH MTs. ARE A FANTASTIC SIGHT TO BEHOLD .
I WOULD LIKE TO VISIT BOTH PLACES AGAIN !

Sandra Newsome

Saw this wonderful place in 1981 gave me chill bumps and beautiful memories. I wish I could see it complete. Mr.K.died after our visit, sadly. Cherish picture of his wife and myself. Also saw him sitting at kitchen table that day. People who say it is not a great place are so very wrong. As for slow progress they have to be so careful for one mistake could be a big problem! Would go there every year if i could . MT. Rushmore also. So much to see !! Go see it for me.

Tom Stevenson

I saw the mountain back in 1959 while en route to a ranch near Granby, CO. I've every intention of returning to the CCHM site within the next few years. While odds are the monument won't be finished in my lifetime, I can only imagine our FIRST native Americans in celebration of its completed introduction to the world.

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this should be a world's heritage, it's freakin' amazing!

Liana Luciano

hi
we were in utah in 1995 and have seen the "beginning" of crazy horse. now we just wanted to see if it´s done already!
i think it will take a lot of years!?
good working!!!
liana and kids, now living in germany

Geoff

This is, I think, the difference:
Crazy Horse is a fantastic, beyond-belief story of a man struggling against insane odds. And accomplishing an amazing amount. Way more than you'd expect.

Mt Rushmore is the story of the federal government putting everything they had into a sculpture. And getting about what you'd expect.

The Rushmore story just isn't as neat.

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