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Indian Earth lodges - Google Search

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Learn About Native Americans and the Ohlone Tribe

Hands On History: Ohlone Tribe

Pecked Pictures of Petroglyph Point  Siskiyou County'sLava Beds National Monument is a volcanic cone of rock rising above farmlands & covered w/ abstract shapes, animals & human outlines etched about 7 ft above the ground. Extending for 100's of ft, the age, origin & meaning are a mystery,though most researchers  attribute the petroglyphs to the Modoc Indians.

Pecked Pictures of Petroglyph Point Siskiyou County'sLava Beds National Monument is a volcanic cone of rock rising above farmlands & covered w/ abstract shapes, animals & human outlines etched about 7 ft above the ground. Extending for 100's of ft, the age, origin & meaning are a mystery,though most researchers attribute the petroglyphs to the Modoc Indians.

On October 3, 1873, the U.S. Army hanged Modoc Indian chief “Captain Jack” Kintpuash for the murders of General Edward Canby and Reverend El...

On October 3, 1873, the U.S. Army hanged Modoc Indian chief “Captain Jack” Kintpuash for the murders of General Edward Canby and Reverend El...

Bogus Charley and his family as a prisoners of war - Modoc - 1873 (Klamath people are a Native American tribe of the Plateau culture area in Southern Oregon and Northern California.)

Bogus Charley and his family as a prisoners of war - Modoc - 1873 (Klamath people are a Native American tribe of the Plateau culture area in Southern Oregon and Northern California.)

Kaitchkona Winema, aka: Toby Riddle, Woman Chief (1848-1932) - A Modoc woman better known simply as Winema, she was born in the spring of 1848. She received her name, Kaitchkona Winenta, meaning "The Strong Hearted Woman," or less accurately, "The Little Woman Chief”

Kaitchkona Winema, aka: Toby Riddle, Woman Chief (1848-1932) - A Modoc woman better known simply as Winema, she was born in the spring of 1848. She received her name, Kaitchkona Winenta, meaning "The Strong Hearted Woman," or less accurately, "The Little Woman Chief”

Among the tules - Klamath (The North American Indian, v. XIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1924)

Among the tules - Klamath (The North American Indian, v. XIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press)

Among the tules - Klamath (The North American Indian, v. XIII. Norwood, MA, The Plimpton Press, 1924)

Ancient Native American Indian Artifacts, Relics and Arrowheads - Museum Page

Ancient Native American Indian Artifacts, Relics and Arrowheads - Museum Page

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