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The Stables Casino   The Stables Casino
   

 

  Modoc TTSORS Site  
The Modoc Cemetery

via Rootsweb

**website listing people buried there
Modoc Church
*Donated by Patricia Trollinger, Former President of the National Society of the U.S. Daughters of the War of 1812 and former historian for the Modoc Tribe.
   
NTHS
Northeastern Tribal Health System
   
Additional** Educational Links:  
(**SEE TRIBAL SERVICES, EDUCATION PAGE FOR MODOC TRIBAL MEMBERS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS)

BIA Office of Indian Education

Nationwide Tribal Colleges, Native Studies Programs & Indian Education

Residence Classifications of Oregon Tribes

   
Environmental Links:  
 

Environmental Protection Agency

Inter-Tribal Environmental Council

Department of Environmental Quality

   
Administration for Native Americans
   
Inter-Tribal Council


Board members in the photo taken on June 2012 are as follows:
(Left to Right)
Chief Glenna Wallace, Eastern Shawnee Tribe
Chief Tom Gamble, Miami Nation
Chief Ethyl Cook, Ottawa Tribe
Chief Leroy Howard; Seneca-Cayuga Tribe
Chief Ron Sparkman; Shawnee Tribe
Chief John Froman; Peoria Tribe
T.C. Bear/Alternate for Quapaw Tribe
Chief Billy Friend; Wyandotte Nation
Chief Bill Follis; Modoc Tribe

 

 

Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma

Miami Nation

Ottawa Tribe

Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma

Quapaw Tribe

Seneca-Cayuga Tribe

Shawnee Tribe

Wyandotte Tribe

   
Chief Follis visiting the Lavabeds
Lava Beds National Monument
   

The Don Fisher Papers
Documents relating to the Modoc Indian War

kcm.fisherpapers

  Klamath Museum Don Fisher Papers