Modoc: The True Story of the Greatest Elephant That Ever Lived is a book written by American writer Ralph Helfer and published in 1998. It tells the story of a boy and an elephant and their fight to stay together across three continents. ==Plot summary== Modoc tells the story of Bram, a German boy, and his elephant, Modoc. Bram and
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Enemy, 'Southerners', an early tribe in Oregon.
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Member of an American Indian people who lived in northern California and southern Oregon until 1864. They spoke a Lutuamian language belonging to the Penutian
family, and were closely related to the...
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The Modoc are a Native American/First Nations people. Modoc may also refer to: ==Vessels== ==Places== In the United States: ==Other uses== ...
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Modoc (mō'dok) , Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Sahaptin-Chinook branch of the Penutian linguistic stock (see Native American languages). They formerly lived in SW Oregon and N California, particularly around Modoc Lake (also known as Lower Klamath Lake) and Tule Lake...
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