Tag Archives: Modoc Indians

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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