Gene Quintana Fine Arts

Modoc

The Modoc territory encompassed all of Lost River, Clear lake and Tule lake and the southern portion of Klamath lake, past the falls. The Lost River and its system of lakes and marshes was their main homeland.

The Modoc Indians focused primarily on twining to make their baskets from the surface fiber of tule or bulrush.
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A Modoc casino beaded dice cup
Item#: 9488
Circa: 1910 Diameter: 3 1/4in Height: 2 1/2in
Category:
Indian Baskets - Modoc|Other Collectables - Beadwork
A rare Modoc basket by Kitty Pete
Item#: 5017-67
Circa: 1900 Diameter: 6in Height: 5in
Category:
Indian Baskets - Modoc
A Large and Rare Modoc basket by Kitty Pete
Item#: 5016-53
with a design of Captain Jack (Kintpuash) Modoc Chief The basket is decorated with seven portraits of Capt. Jack. He served as a major leader among the Modoc in the siege of the Lava Beds War of 1873. He was taken by the US Army and sentenced to death. Circa: 1905 Diameter: 11 1/2in Height: 6in
Category:
Indian Baskets - Modoc
A Very Nice Modoc Man's Hat
new
Item#: 5068 - SOLD
Decorated with the stars and stripe design. From the period of Captain Jack. Circa: 1900 Diameter: 9in. Height: 4in.
Category:
Indian Baskets - Modoc
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