This character wears the most elegant hand-me-down clothes; he also thinks he is better that his peers.
See Senator John Bird
Senator John Bird
This character is pro-Fugitive Slave Law, but actually helps a runaway escape.
Mrs. Mary Bird
This character condemns the Fugitive Slave Law and declares that, if given the opportunity, she will disobey it.
This character has power over her master, because she knows his weakness, namely superstition.
This character gets a job at a bakery.
This character replaces a woman on the Legree plantation, but then works with the woman to plot an escape to freedom.
See Evangeline St. Clare
See Ophelia St. Clare
A backwoodsman-turned-Quaker whose speech is rough, but whose deeds are kind.
See George Shelby
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