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THE MATERIAL CULTURE OF THE KLAMATH LAKE AND MODOC INDIANS OF NORTHEASTERN CALIFORNIA AND SOUTHERN OREGON

Very rare beaded Modoc basket. The Modoc were Native American Indians who once lived in California and Oregon who were forced onto reservations in Oregon and Oklahoma.

Indian mother and child, 1905, Oregon

Klamath Child with my eyebrows. I bet we are related.

still-life paper food by fideli sundqvist

ghost bees winter food

Vegetable cross sections / food photographs by Richard Haughton

Captain Jack (~ 1837 - 1873), leader of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and Oregon during the Modoc War.

Hollow Figure of a Trussed Duck Placing models of food items in the tomb was one way to ensure food for the deceased in the netherworld. This model of a trussed duck guaranteed one of the delicacies that Egyptian nobles expected to enjoy in the afterlife. * Medium: Alabaster * Place Made: Egypt * Dates: ca. 1539-1292 B.C.E. * Dynasty: XVIII Dynasty

Pastor Don and Mary Gentry, The Klamath Tribes of Chiloquin, Oregon.

Demonstration for Saving Wild Salmon, Portland, Oregon Klamath Tribe (Photo: Anne Morin)