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  • Michael and Connie Wolf, 55th Anniversary

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    WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Controversial tintype photo of Crazy Horse, which some say is authentic but questioned by others. (1877).

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    WIKIMEDIA COMMONS According to History Detectives, this 1934 sketch of Crazy Horse was made by a Mormon missionary after interviewing Crazy Horse’s sister, who claimed the depiction was accurate.

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    LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Crazy Horse leading his people away from Camp Sheridan to surrender to General George R. Crook at Red Cloud Agency, Sunday, May 6, 1877.

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    GOOGLE IMAGES What the sculpture of Crazy Horse will look like when finished.

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    CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

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    CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

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    CBS NEWS

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    NPR Crazy Horse Memorial Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski began the project in 1948, shown here smoking a cigarette near a crate of dynamite on a bluff in Black Hills, S.D., in 1950.

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    LIBRARY OF CONGRESS George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876) was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876 by Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians led by Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse.

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    GOOGLE IMAGES Frontier painter Edgar Samuel Paxson’s Battle of Little Big Horn was a romanticized depiction of Custer’s last stand, compared to battle descriptions by Indians who fought there.

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    BRITANNICA.COM Little Big Horn battlefield in Montana today.

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    CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL

  • Michael and Connie Wolf, 55th Anniversary

  • 1

    WIKIMEDIA COMMONS Controversial tintype photo of Crazy Horse, which some say is authentic but questioned by others. (1877).

  • 2

    WIKIMEDIA COMMONS According to History Detectives, this 1934 sketch of Crazy Horse was made by a Mormon missionary after interviewing Crazy Horse’s sister, who claimed the depiction was accurate.

  • 3

    LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Crazy Horse leading his people away from Camp Sheridan to surrender to General George R. Crook at Red Cloud Agency, Sunday, May 6, 1877.

  • 4

    GOOGLE IMAGES What the sculpture of Crazy Horse will look like when finished.

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    CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

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    CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

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    CBS NEWS

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    NPR Crazy Horse Memorial Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski began the project in 1948, shown here smoking a cigarette near a crate of dynamite on a bluff in Black Hills, S.D., in 1950.

  • 9

    LIBRARY OF CONGRESS George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876) was killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876 by Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians led by Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse.

  • 10

    GOOGLE IMAGES Frontier painter Edgar Samuel Paxson’s Battle of Little Big Horn was a romanticized depiction of Custer’s last stand, compared to battle descriptions by Indians who fought there.

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    BRITANNICA.COM Little Big Horn battlefield in Montana today.

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    MOTORCOACHBLOG.COM

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    CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL

ANNIVERSARY

Michael and

Connie Wolf

55th Anniversary

Michael and Connie Wolf, of Coeur d’Alene, celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary.

Both are retired. They have one daughter, Dana Pulsifer of Post Falls; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Michael and Connie celebrated on Dec. 26, 2019, with their daughter, Dana and son-in-law Eric Pulsifer. They are planning their eighth cruise later this year.

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• Wedding anniversaries for couples married 25 years and every fifth year thereafter (2 photos accepted)

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• Births (1 photo accepted)

• Milestone birthdays at age 70 and every fifth year thereafter or every year after age 90 (1 photo accepted)

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