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L to R, standing: US Indian agent, Winema (Toby) and her husband Frank Riddle; other Modoc women in front, 1873

Bogus Charley and his family as a prisoners of war - Modoc - 1873 (Klamath

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Kintpuash (Strikes the water brashly), better known as Captain Jack (circa 1837 - October was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and ...

... D.C. / This front page of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper ran with portraits of 11 Modoc Indians, who ended up as federal prisoners.

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Captain Jack was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and Oregon, and was their leader during the Modoc War.

1873 NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO INDIAN STEREOVIEW PHOTO By TIMOTHY O'SULLIVAN #2 in Collectibles

Kintpuash (Strikes the water brashly), better known as Captain Jack (circa 1837 – October was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and ...

Modoc women prisoners and non-native men, Captain Applegate & Frank Riddle. Kaitchkona

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Kintpuash (aka Having The Water Brash, aka Captain Jack) - Modoc - 1873

Carl Lumholtz: Tarahumara Woman Being Weighed, Barranca de San Carlos (Sinforosa),

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Bogus Charley and his family - Modoc - 1873

Captain Jack Modoc Indian Wars of 1872 - 1873

Iron Bull & wife, Crow, 1873 (Antique photo of Native American).

U.S. soldiers inspect Captain Jack s cave in the Lava Beds in 1873. (165-MS-2)

Eadweard Muybridge Dancing (fancy) (Movements. Female). Plate 188 1887

The Journalist and the Modoc Warriors

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Shacknasty Jim, Modoc Indian. Date 1875

1800s 1873 ENGRAVING OF THE MURDER OF GENERAL CANBY BY THE MODOC INDIANS DURING THEIR REBELLION

“The Lava Beds - Scene of the Modoc Indian War”, Lava Beds National “

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Thirty-six years later the Territory had become the State of Oklahoma and the Modoc were offered a return to the Upper Klamath Reservation.

Ben-Wright-Massacre-Newspaper: This image shows a story from the “Daily Call” in San Francisco on May 14, 1873.

Medicine Pipe, Fool Dog – Arapaho – 1873

The Modoc War -- Engraving of soldiers recovering the bodies of the slain May 1873

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Kintpuash, known as Captain Jack circa 1837 to 1873. Chief of the American Indian

Hupa Indian- mother and baby .Hupa Indians also known as the Hoopa. The full name is the Hoopa Indians Valley Tribe from Northwestern California.from The ...

Lava Beds national Monument. photo by anders tomlinson. header for modoc indian war timeline

Ganado Mucho (1809-1893) - A prominent Navajo Leader, his name means "many cattle.” He was born into the Tótsohnii (Big Water) Clan of the Navajo and grew ...

American Indians : Old Crow and wife Pretty Medicine Pipe - Crow 1873

... captain of the Warm Spring Indian scouts during the Modoc War (1872-1873). Photographer: Louis Heller, Yreka, California. Private collection.

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Maggie "Taboose" Howard, a Yosemite - Mono Lake Paiute woman, was one

Quanah Parker, son of a Comanche Chief and an Anglo-Texas settler. His

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Sitting Bull and family 1881 at Ft Randall rear L–R Good Feather Woman (sister), Walks Looking (daughter) front L–R Her Holy Door (mother), Sitting Bull, ...

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Black Jim - Modoc - 1873

Rosa Hood, Tena Hood, Mabel Hood - Modoc - 1905

Blue Shield and Two Kill- Assiniboine Indians. Blue Shield born 1873 and Two Kill was born Photo taken by my Great Uncle at Fort Belknap, Montana, 1899

KAITCHKONA WINEMA Kaitchkona Winema, aka: Toby Riddle, Woman Chief - A Modoc woman better known simply as Winema, she was born in the spring of

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Pretty Nose, a Cheyenne woman. Photographed in 1878 at Fort Keogh, Montana by

Son of the Star (Rushing Bear) - Sahnish (Arikara). Son of the Star was a strong…

Courtesy Oklahoma Historical Society /On May 15, 1978, the Wyandotte were among tribes whose federal recognition was restored. The caption with this image ...

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My friend, Flint Eagle, a member of the Mohawk Tribe in Quebec, Canada.

Native American Historic Photographs: Pueblo Indian Women and Pottery Photo Gallery.

In 1873, railroads connect Northern Michigan port cities of Ludington, Traverse City and Petoskey

Lt. Col. George A Custer, commander of the 7th Regiment of Cavalry.

Shacknasty Jim pic

1874 Thomas Houseworth studio portrait of Modoc man Cappolas (Capolis) Chief of the Warm

1st Lt. G.M. Harris died age 27 of wounds received in an engagement with the Modoc Indians at the Lava Beds in California in 1873.

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The Modoc War of 1872 to 1873 was one of the costliest American Indian wars in U. history, considering the number of people involved.

A young Ute Indian warrior and his dog. Uintah valley, eastern slope of the

A film by director Delmar Davies, who four years earlier had directed Broken Arrow. The movie is based on a true incident that took place in Oregon.

Gathering of Native Americans

Native History: Rigged Trial Sentences Modoc Leader Captain Jack to Death

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The lever-action rifle could fire rounds more rapidly than earlier rifles. The rifle was never adopted by the military. Over 720,000 of the rifles were ...

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Life Amongst the Modocs (1873)

Modoc Chief Kintpuash (Captain Jack)

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Indian Woman with Owl . Blind River, Ontario, Canada -- I've always wondered what she was thinking, considering that the owl is not alive, or could have ...

Frank Modoc, of the Modoc Tribe, is buried in Portland's Quaker cemetery on outer

The US Army forces tried to dislodge the Modoc from the natural fortress, now called Captain Jack's Stronghold, in the lava beds along the south shore of ...

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Eadweard Muybridge, A Modoc Warrior on the Warpath, 1873, from albumen stereo card.

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... Expedition of 1843-44 consisted of 39 men, principally Creole, French Canadian and American as well as a father and son pair from the Delaware tribe; ...

In 1873, Muybridge was commissioned by the US Army to photograph the Modoc War against the Native Americans in northern California and Oregon.

Chumash musicians at Mission San Buenaventura, 1873

Battles of the Indian Wars in the West

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Bogus Charley and his family as a prisoners of war - Modoc - 1873 (Klamath

L to R, standing: US Indian agent, Winema (Toby) and her husband Frank Riddle; other Modoc women in front, 1873

Donald McKay and Jacks Capturers 1873,Modoc

Famous Indian Chiefs | CAPTAIN JACK, Modoc Indian Warrior Battle of Lost River Klamath .

Kintpuash (Strikes the water brashly), better known as Captain Jack (circa 1837 - October was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and ...

1873 NATIVE AMERICAN NAVAJO INDIAN STEREOVIEW PHOTO By TIMOTHY O'SULLIVAN #2 in Collectibles

Kintpuash (aka Having The Water Brash, aka Captain Jack) - Modoc - 1873

Captain Jack was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and Oregon, and was their leader during the Modoc War.

Toby “Winema” Riddle Modoc woman who served as an interpreter in negotiations between the Native American Modoc tribe and the United States Army during the ...

Dol-Wah-Ga-Us (aka Head Erect, aka Head Thrown Back

Modoc women prisoners and non-native men, Captain Applegate & Frank Riddle. Kaitchkona

Carl Lumholtz: Tarahumara Woman Being Weighed, Barranca de San Carlos (Sinforosa),

Shar-Kah (aka Captain George) - Warm Springs - 1873

Bogus Charley and his family - Modoc - 1873

Kintpuash (Strikes the water brashly), better known as Captain Jack (circa 1837 – October was a chief of the Native American Modoc tribe of California and ...

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Modoc-war 1873 - Warm Spring Indian scouts

Captain Jack Modoc Indian Wars of 1872 - 1873

Southern Paiute woman – 1873

Eadweard Muybridge Dancing (fancy) (Movements. Female). Plate 188 1887

... D.C. / This front page of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper ran with portraits of 11 Modoc Indians, who ended up as federal prisoners.

The Journalist and the Modoc Warriors

U.S. soldiers inspect Captain Jack s cave in the Lava Beds in 1873. (165-MS-2)

... Rare Book and Manuscript Library/This image of Kientpoos (Captain Jack) was among those taken by Louis Herman Heller during and after The Modoc War.

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Shacknasty Jim, Modoc Indian. Date 1875

Native History: The Famous Modoc Brave Who Wasn't

Embedded Journalism

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1800s 1873 ENGRAVING OF THE MURDER OF GENERAL CANBY BY THE MODOC INDIANS DURING THEIR REBELLION

Ben-Wright-Massacre-Newspaper: This image shows a story from the “Daily Call” in San Francisco on May 14, 1873.

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“The Lava Beds - Scene of the Modoc Indian War”, Lava Beds National “

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Portrait of Arapaho chief Friday, by Charles Milton Bell, 1873

Quanah or 1852 - was a Comanche War Chief, a leader in the Native American Church and the last leader of the powerful Quahadi. He was the son of Comanche ...

Rosa Hood, Tena Hood, Mabel Hood - Modoc - 1905

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Kintpuash, known as Captain Jack circa 1837 to 1873. Chief of the American Indian

An old photograph of Schonchin - Modoc 1873.

Blackfoot Indian Woman Blackfoot Indian Woman with Child 1903 Photo of a Blackfeet Indian Woman Doing Bead Work With Pet D.

Ganado Mucho (1809-1893) - A prominent Navajo Leader, his name means "many cattle.” He was born into the Tótsohnii (Big Water) Clan of the Navajo and grew ...

Thirty-six years later the Territory had become the State of Oklahoma and the Modoc were offered a return to the Upper Klamath Reservation.

Lava Beds national Monument. photo by anders tomlinson. header for modoc indian war timeline

Iron Bull & wife, Crow, 1873 (Antique photo of Native American).

American Indians : Old Crow and wife Pretty Medicine Pipe - Crow 1873

Hupa Indian- mother and baby .Hupa Indians also known as the Hoopa. The full name is the Hoopa Indians Valley Tribe from Northwestern California.from The ...

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Lucy Red Cloud - Sioux Indian woman. Full length, standing, facing slightly left

... captain of the Warm Spring Indian scouts during the Modoc War (1872-1873). Photographer: Louis Heller, Yreka, California. Private collection.

Maggie "Taboose" Howard, a Yosemite - Mono Lake Paiute woman, was one

Sitting Bull and family 1881 at Ft Randall rear L–R Good Feather Woman (sister), Walks Looking (daughter) front L–R Her Holy Door (mother), Sitting Bull, ...

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Medicine Woman with her father, Black Whetstone, and her daughter Agnes - Northern Cheyenne:

Black Jim - Modoc - 1873

... CHS invites author Benjamin Madley to speak about his newly published book An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian ...

Winnebago Indian Woman

Jack Edmo, son of Chief Arimo, and family. Shoshone/Bannock. ca

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Mother and child at Fort Colville, 1860 Modoc Indians

Native American Medicine Woman | Washee (Native American medicine woman)

Kaw Chief, Wah-Shun-Gah. Photographed by George Bancrof Cornish, 1909

Blue Shield and Two Kill- Assiniboine Indians. Blue Shield born 1873 and Two Kill was born Photo taken by my Great Uncle at Fort Belknap, Montana, 1899

Pretty Nose, a Cheyenne woman. Photographed in 1878 at Fort Keogh, Montana by

Maria Casseri, a Coahuilla Indian woman, grinding mesquite beans for flour on a stone metate with a basket top, California,

Son of the Star (Rushing Bear) - Sahnish (Arikara). Son of the Star was a strong…

The Modoc War -- Engraving of soldiers recovering the bodies of the slain May 1873

Portrait of Da-dit-a-ga, a Washoe Indian man, :: California Historical Society Collection,

Cherokee woman North Carolina.

Courtesy Oklahoma Historical Society /On May 15, 1978, the Wyandotte were among tribes whose federal recognition was restored. The caption with this image ...

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Tullux Holiquilla, a Warm Springs Indian Chief, Famous in the Modoc War as a

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Ojibwa Father and Son c1870

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Edward Richard Sprigg Canby was a career United States Army officer and a Union general in

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

Native American Historic Photographs: Pueblo Indian Women and Pottery Photo Gallery.

Winema and Jeff Riddle

Lt. Col. George A Custer, commander of the 7th Regiment of Cavalry.

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In 1873, railroads connect Northern Michigan port cities of Ludington, Traverse City and Petoskey

Shacknasty Jim pic

1874 Thomas Houseworth studio portrait of Modoc man Cappolas (Capolis) Chief of the Warm

Native american sayings/// I've had this picture, without the quote, on my wall since I was a little girl. Now my youngest daughter has it.

1st Lt. G.M. Harris died age 27 of wounds received in an engagement with the Modoc Indians at the Lava Beds in California in 1873.

Today sixty-nine indigenous tribal groups from all over North America have their home in California, with a population over 300,000.

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A young Ute Indian warrior and his dog. Uintah valley, eastern slope of the

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