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.

Mr. Bird

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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.

Mrs. Mary Bird

The usually timid wife of Senator Bird surprises her husband by condemning slavery, arguing that it is un-Christian and anti-family. When Eliza Harris stops at their home in her flight from slavery, the Birds shelter her and help her to escape safely with little Harry.

Black Sam

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Misse Cassy

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