DescriptionMODOC INDIANS, PHOTO BY MCCARTY, BAXTER SPRINGS, KANSAS
Group portrait of Principal Warriors and Women in Their New Homes. The men and women pictured here were followers of Chief Kintpuash, called Captain Jack. This band was unhappy with treaty terms that had forced them to live with the Klamath tribe on lands in Oregon. These Modoc demanded their own reservation. Events led to the Modoc War (1872 - 1873) and a full scale military campaign against the people. These survivors were resettled at the Quapaw Agency near Baxter Springs, Kansas following the end of the war. Photographers imprint and an identification list of the people in the photograph printed verso. Good condition.
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