• "Never Saying a Word," Wood engraving, Barry Moser, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, centenary edition, Pennyroyal Press, 1985
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  • "The Welshman's House," likely built by slave labor circa 1839 and current home to Jim's Journey: The Huck Finn Freedom Center in Hannibal, MO. The building was also said to have been used by Union soldiers to store ammunition during the Civil War.
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  • Drawing by Victoria Bynum Andrews, supporter of Jim's Journey.
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  • Henry DantFormer Marion County slave who died in Hannibal, where his descendants still live today. Learn more in our "Slave Narratives" section.
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  • John T. LewisAn old friend of Clemens. One of the many African Americans who influenced his life. Read more in "African Americans in the Life of Samuel Clemens."
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