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THE PETROGLYPHS AT TULELAKE

Tulelake once came to the edge of the lake….most of it was drained to create homesteads and the lake is now a fraction of what it once was. this is a bit high and I’m thinking that it is not … Continue reading

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MORE PETROGLYPHS AT TULELAKE

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PETROGLYPHS AT TULELAKE

IĀ  visited the petroglyphs late in the day storm clouds had been threatening all day…but it was still an amazing place to photograph. personally I think the lack of blue in the sky makesĀ  the cliffs even more mysterious! The … Continue reading

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LAST VICTORY FOR THE MODOC OR THE THOMAS-WRIGHT BATTLEFIELD

This is from a hike in the Lava Beds National Monument A bit about Modoc history from the National Park Service. Captain Jack’s Stronghold, part of Lava Beds National Monument, is located at the Perez turnoff, off Highway 139 between … Continue reading

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MORE PHOTOS OF DEADLAKE AT TOLOWA

It truly is beautiful! Couldn’t stop thinking about how maybe the lake is filled with serpents though…so couldn’t lose the sense of nervousness and truly relax and enjoy. Read the previous post below to learn the Tolowa Legend of the … Continue reading

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TOLOWA LEGEND OF THE FALL

From THE HIKER’S HIP POCKET GUIDE TO THE HUMBOLDT COAST by Bob Lorentzen In ancient Tolowa mythology, Dead Lake was the scene of the People’s fall from grace. After Baby Sender created the world, a numerous tribe dwelt just inland … Continue reading

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WHAT A MINUTE AND 35 SECONDS DID FOR THE CHEYENNE RIVER INDIAN RESERVATION

Keith Olbermann Helps Raise $250,000 for Storm-Ravaged Cheyenne River Reservation By John R. Platt | Monday, February 15, 2010 5:23 PM ET TV pundit draws attention to “humanitarian crisis at home.” For 14,000 Native Americans without heat or electricity, one … Continue reading

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