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South Dakota / Crazy Horse Memorial #169818

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 16, 1997
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(Studio: Lisa McRee) Report introduced.

(Crazy Horse, South Dakota: Erin Hayes) One family's magnificent obsession with creating a statue of Sioux Chief Crazy Horse out of the Black Hills of South Dakota featured; scenes shown of the 50-year work in progress. [In the past, sculptor Korczak ZIOLKOWSKI - recalls getting a letter from Standing Bear asking him to build a memorial to the American Indian.] [Today, Korczak's children Casimir and Monique ZIOLKOWSKI - comment on the project.]

Hayes, Erin;
McRee, Lisa

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