Spirit of Lost River

Spirit of Lost River


In 1872, a band of the Modoc Tribe battled General Custer in an effort to remain out of th Klamath Reservation. The first battle occurred near the Lost River along the Oregon California border. The Modocs lost this battle and retreated to the shore of Tule Lake where they were victorious in the next battles. Today the area is called Captain Jack's Stronghold. If General Custer had not suffered a shocking defeat by the Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne warriors at Little Big Horn, the Modoc War in Oregon would be regarded as the most significant Indian war in America's western history. This sculpture depicts the spirit who protects the land of the Lost River.

Color: Grey
SKU: 0010

    Each Specter in Repose creation is from the artist's mind, beginning with an anatomically correct skull as a canvas. Each detail is hand sculpted with high quality latex. The eyeballs are individually crafted. All color and texture is uniquely designed for this piece and applied. A final sealant is added to protect the artistic elements.


    Since every sculpture is hand made, small details may differ in each rendition.

    Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 6 inches