The Adventures of Tom Sawyer - Study Guide Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Huck finds his way back to the Welshman's house the next morning and is welcomed with a warm reception and a hot breakfast. The Welshman is glad that Huck came back to share more about the two men and how Huck had known who they were and why Huck followed the two men out of town. Huck is trying to avoid telling too much but the Welshman determines that Huck is trying to cover up something and finally Huck tells the Welshman who the evil men are. Immediately the Welshman sends his sons to tell the sheriff. As it turns out, the Welshman had sneezed as he and his sons had come upon the two criminals at the Widow Douglas' last night and the two criminals were able to escape despite some gunfire exchange.

People from the town converge on the Welshman's house including the Widow Douglas...

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