Of Horses and Men: Superintendent Asbury’s Deadly Assault on the Crow

Feb 15th, 2003 | By | Category: 14-3: Your Heroes Are Not Our Heroes, Features
By Carrie Moran McCleary

When the Office of Indian Affairs sent Superintendent Calvin Asbury to the Crow Indian Reservation in 1919, he settled in like the bone-chilling winds of that Montana winter, slowly dripping the toxic waste of human oppression onto Crow culture. The Crow Tribe remains forever affected by this zealot who deprived them of their personal freedoms and wealth while expanding his own political power. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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