Klamath Woman Above we show a moving photo of a Proud Klamath Indian Woman in a Head-and-shoulders Portrait Facing Front. It was made in 1923 by Edward S. The illustration documents a fine example of one of the Indians of North America.
Native American Designs From Northern California and the Northwest Coast. Basket designs used by the Karuk, Yurok and Hupa Tribes. Even though they may call them something diff, they're all made by using various versions of the snake nose pattern.
A failed land deal that would have returned part of the former Klamath Indian Reservation to the Klamath Tribes has tribal leaders now eyeing the Fremont-Winema National Forest. Failing to find a replacement could jeopardize Klamath Basin water agreements.
Klamath Chief at Crater Lake. Giiwas (Gia-wass) to the Klamath Tribes. 1923