Addicted to morphine. Jem and Scout read to her after Jem cuts up her flowers because she made him angry.
Mrs. Dubose's helper-person
Book Jem read to Mrs. Dubose
paritioner at church who is upset that Jem and Scout attend services
Jubilee & On Jordan's Stormy Banks
Song sung at First Purchase church
Calpurnia's son; garbage collector; one of 4 people who can read at First Purchase African M.E. Church
minister at the black church that Calpurnia takes the children to, admires Atticus
Sister Annette Reeves
Reverend Sykes announces that the missionary society meeting will be at her house
Tom Robinson's wife
Man who shuts the door to the church while trying to collect the $10 for Helen
Mr. Link Deas
Tom Robinson's employer; in his willingness to look past race and praise the integrity of Tom's character, Deas epitomizes the opposite of prejudice
A drunken, mostly unemployed member of Maycomb's poorest family. In his knowingly wrongful accusation that Tom Robinson raped his daughter, Ewell represents the dark side of the South: ignorance, poverty, squalor, and hate-filled racial prejudice.
book Cal and Zeebo learned to read
Atticus's sister, a strong-willed woman with a fierce devotion to her family. She is the perfect Southern lady, and her commitment to propriety and tradition often leads her to clash with Scout.
a flaw, addiction, or characteristic to something/someone i.e. drinking, gambling, meanness, funniness
"Dawn of history" helped start Maycomb.
Governor William Wyatt Bibb
governor a long while back
their bad cousin- tried to shoot the president, locked up, etc.
Dill's aunt and Finch's neighbors; friend to Miss Stephanie Crawford
Walter Cunningham, Sr.
A poor farmer and part of the mob that seeks to lynch Tom Robinson at the jail. Mr. Cunningham displays his human goodness when Scout's politeness compels him to disperse the men at the jail.
the publisher of Maycomb's newspaper; respects Atticus and his ally
A wealthy, white man with a black mistress and mixed children. He "drinks" a lot to help society understand his "condition".
Mr. X Billups
funny man, no importance
half black, half white. No one will appreciate them
men who LOVED the law
Judge of Maycomb county
Lawyer for the Ewell family in Tom Robinson's case.
Bob Ewell's abused, lonely, unhappy daughter. Though one can pity Mayella because of her overbearing father, one cannot pardon her for her shameful indictment of Tom Robinson.
"The Evil Assumption"
assumption that all black people are mean and bad
"4 types of people"
People like the Finch's', people like the Cunninghams, people like the Ewells, and the Negroes
a lady in town (made Halloween play)
Scout's teacher (3rd grade)
a tribe Mrs. Merriweather ALWAYS talks about
Miss Tutti and Miss Frutti
deaf old ladies that got pranked last Halloween
Creek Indian Wars
part of Maycomb's history
fur trapping apothecary (first relative)