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

Klamath and Modoc Indian twined baskets. (In the collection of the End of the Trail Museum in Klamath, California--just across the Oregon state line). Native American art.

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.

Modoc Chief Kintpuash, "Captain Jack", who led the Modoc during the Modoc War with the US.

still-life paper food by fideli sundqvist

Ancient Egyptian stela of Mentuwoser; shows Mentuwoser before a funeral banquet, with his relations offering food; hieroglyphs describe his deeds. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

ghost bees winter food

Vegetable cross sections / food photographs by Richard Haughton

Beautiful bags, mom and daughter, Warm Springs, Oregon - Confederated Tribes (Photo: Anne Morin)

M'ecm'ecl'i Wac'aak (Blue Dog in Klamath Indian language) by kailarose82, Kaila Farrell-Smith (Klamath, Modoc) on Etsy