Modoc: The True Story of the Greatest Elephant That Ever Lived Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Ralph Helfer
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Chapters 1-5

• In 1896 at the foot of the Olymstroem Mountain in Germany, two babies were born.

• The first was a human baby and the only son of Josef and Katrina Gunerstein, who was named Bram.

• The second was a baby elephant named Modoc, who was born to Emma, the star of the Wunderzircus, owned by Herr Gobel.

• Josef decided that his son would become a great elephant trainer someday.

• The owner of the circus, Herr Gobel, was an old man set in his ways who could be a very intolerable person.

• Condescendingly, Herr Gobel asked how the Emma and her baby were doing and told Josef there would be a few extra shekels in his pay for the week.

• Josef was determined to make Emma's baby the best trained elephant ever seen.

• Josef's whole family were circus people, and the last three generations had been elephant trainers.

• Josef...

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