Uncle Tom's Cabin Characters

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Adolph

Augustine St. Clare's personal slave, Adolph is something of a dandy. He wears his master's castoff elegant clothing and looks down on slaves whom he thinks are less refined than himself.

Senator John Bird

Senator Bird votes for the Fugitive Slave Law in Congress, for which his wife chastises him. When runaway slave Eliza Harris and her little child Harry come to their house seeking shelter, the senator is moved by her plight and changes his mind about the law, helping her to escape capture.

Black Sam

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Aunt Chloe

Uncle Tom's wife and the mother of his three children, Chloe is a slave and the head cook on the Shelby's Kentucky plantation. After Tom is sold down South, the Shelbys allow Chloe to hire herself out as a baker and save the money to buy Tom's freedom. When she finally earns enough money to rescue him...

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