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You be careful, Englishman. Your scalp would look good on a Huron’s belt.


Manoke is an Indian scout from Quebec. He meets Lord John Grey prior to the Battle of the Plains of Abraham.

Personal HistoryEdit

Not much is known about Manoke's history, other than that he was an Indian scout for the British during the French and Indian War in Quebec. His tribal affiliation is unknown.

Lord John SeriesEdit

"The Custom of the Army"Edit

In 1759, Manoke is an Indian scout working for the English army in Canada. He meets Lord John Grey, and is amused with Grey's appearance; he calls him "Englishman" and often smiles at him. One morning, Grey drams he wakes up and finds Manoke lying on his bed, and the Indian kisses him and leaves. Manoke then invites Grey to a two-week fishing expedition during which they become lovers.

Outlander SeriesEdit

An Echo in the BoneEdit

Manoke doesn't appear in person in An Echo in the Bone. However, in 1778, Grey tells Claire Fraser that he has for many years enjoyed a physical relationship with Manoke, who works as his cook at Mount Josiah plantation in Virginia. There is true liking between him and the Indian, but no sense of possession – Grey compares Manoke to a beautiful deer that comes to his plantation from time to time, and says that its coming is a gift, but when the deer leaves, there is no sense of abandonment.

Go Tell the Bees That I Am GoneEdit

The following contains spoilers from an unpublished work – read at your own risk.

William Ransom finds Manoke at Mount Josiah plantation when he returns there.[1][2]

PersonalityEdit

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Physical AppearanceEdit

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NameEdit

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TriviaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Mount Josiah" – excerpt from Book Nine via DianaGabaldon.com
  2. "Carpe Diem" – excerpt from Book Nine via DianaGabaldon.com

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