Coups, Plenty b. 1848 d. March 4, 1932 Native Mountain Crow Chief. His name was A-Lek-Chea-Ahoosh which means "Many Achievements". In his early youth he was known as Swift Arrow and gained respect through his merits, exploits of bravery and war deeds. At 25, he became chief of the Mountain Crow. In 1876 he was the head of scouts for General George Crook as Crook was making his way to meet Custer. On the Rosebud River in Montana, he and his Indian scouts saved General Crook from a Custer fate. During the 1880s and 1890s he made...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Plenty Coups State Park, Pryor, Big Horn County, Montana, USA Plot: Small cemetery near the Crow Cultural Center.