Huck's name when the King pretends to be the British brother of Peter Wilks
The lawyer who tries to ascertain the true heirs to the Wilk's fortune
Rev. Elexander Blodgett
The false name the King uses when addressing Tim Collins
A drunk man who insults Colonel Sherburn
A young man who reveals the entire story about the Wilk's fortune to the king
Another name for the king
The widow who takes Huck into her home and tries to "civilize" him. It is her home that he leaves when Pap kidnaps and takes him to the log cabin
The younger of the two con men and the man who invents the Royal Nonesuch
The main character of the story. He runs away and travels down the Mississippi River on a raft with Jim
A son of Col. Grangerford
The youngest son of Col. Grangerford who becomes good friends with Huck but is later killed in the feud
Miss Charlotte Grangerford
A daughter of Col. Grangerford
The "fine" father of the Grangerford house and the man who invites Huck to live with the family. He is killed in the feud.
A daughter of the Grangerford's. She passed away before Huck's arrival, but used to create "wonderful" paintings and poetry
Miss Sophia Grangerford
The daughter of Col. Grangerford who runs off with Harney Shepherdson and rekindles the feud
The eldest son of the Grangerford family
The man who starts rallying a mob to kill Colonel Sherburn
A member of Tom's robber band
The false name Huck uses when he lives with the Grangerfords
A runaway slave who accompanies Huck
The elder of the two con men with whom Huck is forced to travel. He plays the naked man in the Royal Nonesuch and is the man who sells Jim as a runaway slave
Mrs. Judith Loftus
The woman Huck visits to gather news while pretending to be a girl
Tom Sawyer's aunt. She is married to Silas Phelps and initially mistakes Huck for Tom Sawyer
Tom Sawyer's uncle and the farmer who purchases Jim from the King for 40 dollars
Tom's aunt who shows up at the end to find out what tricks Tom has been playing on her kinfolk.
The only man who recognizes that the king and the duke are frauds when they pretend to be British
A member of Tom's robber band
Tom's little brother. Tom pretends to be him while he and Huck are living with Sally
Huck's best friend
The young man who runs away with Miss Sophia Grangerford
He shoots and kills Boggs after Boggs continues to harass him
An eminent citizen in the town who is respected and well-liked. He fights to protect Huck's money when Pap returns
One of the robbers on the shipwrecked steamboat, the Walter Scott, who was tied up and wanted dead
Robber who doesn't want to shoot Turner
The sister of the Widow Douglas. She tries to teach Huck how to read and write properly. Jim is her slave.
The British brother of Peter Wilks the king impersonates
The youngest daughter of the deceased George Wilks who has a harelip
Mary Jane Wilks
The eldest daughter of the deceased George Wilks. She becomes convinced that the king is her real uncle and not a fraud until Huck tells her the truth
The dead man whose brother the king impersonates
The second eldest daughter of the deceased George Wilks
The British brother of Peter Wilks whom the duke impersonates. He is deaf, dumb, and has a broken arm
Huck's abusive, alcoholic, broke father who returns early in the book to claim custody over him
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