Characters - Alphabetical
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MartinAndreesonA federal investigator.
BenedictArnoldA military officer.
DavidBalfourA Scottish-Danish shipbuilder, director of Bremerholm.
LexBarkerAn American actor.
HaroldBarkusThe gas and oil man.
KarenBascaTommy Basca's mother.
MargeryBascaTommy Basca's aunt.
StanleyBascaTommy Basca's father.
TommyBascaOne of the boys who bullied Davy. aka: Bubby.
SamBassAn American Old West train robber and outlaw.
EarlBatteyAn American professional baseball player.
LudwigBeethovenA German composer and pianist.
JackBenedickA pipe-and-furnace man in Montrose.
LeroyBierstenThe principal of the school.
David BrinkleyOne of the state cops.
Mrs.BuelahA nurse.
Mrs.BushkaA bakery owner.
JuliusCaesarFormer Roman consul.
JohnCalvinA French theologian, pastor and reformer in Geneva.
RogerCappsA man who die from falling out of a helicopter.
ButchCassidyAn American criminal.
HowardCawleyRoxanna's great-uncle.
Mr.CawleyRoxanna's father. The theater operator.
Mrs.CawleyRoxanna's mother.
RoxannaCawleyA woman who operates a gas station in Badland.
Lee VanCleefAn American actor.
Mrs.DeCuellarMr. DeCuellar's wife.
ThomasDeCuellarDavy's deense attorney.
CharlesDickensAn English writer and social critic.
MarleneDietrichA German-born American actress and singer.
JohnDonneAn English poet, scholar, and soldier.
FrancisDrakeAn English naval officer.
PeterEmersonReuben's acquaintance.
MarianneEvansJeremiah's acquaintance.
IsraelFinchOne of the boys who bullied Davy.
Mr.FinchIsrael Finch's grandfather.
LonnieFordRoxanna's neighbor.
HaroldGodwinsonKing of England.
Francisco GoyaA Spanish romantic painter and printmaker.
GrahamGreeneAn English writer and journalist.
ZaneGreyAn American author.
Aaron W.GroapA columnist.
Mr.HaplinA literate bachelor.
John WesleyHardinAn American gunfighter.
 HeintzA football coach.
ChesterHolgrenThe superintendent of the school.
ChetHuntleyOne of the state cops.
Mr.HydeJeremiah's acquaintance.
JesseJamesAn American outlaw.
ThomasJefferson3rd U.S. President.
HarperJuvalA federal investigator.
MissKarlenA school teacher.
ClarkKentlikeA reporter.
JeanLafitteA French pirate and privateer.
HelenLandJeremiah's wife.
JeremiahLandA school janitor.
ReubenLandHelen and Jeremiah's son. Aka: Rube.
MikeLanzThe young county sheriff.
OscarLarsonJeremiah's acquaintance.
JohnnyLattA reverend.
GerardLaytonA member of the Methodist Church.
Robert E.LeeAn American-Confederate general.
RayLevyAndreeson's supervisor.
C. S.LewisA British writer and lay theologian.
MeriwetherLewisAn American explorer, soldier, politician, and public administrator.
AbrahamLincoln16th U.S. President.
SonnyListonAn American professional boxer.
Harry AlonzoLongabaughAn outlaw and member of Butch Cassidy's Wild Bunch.
TinLurvyA traveling salesman.
GalenMaxThe deputy.
HermanMelvilleAn American novelist, short story writer, and poet.
JohnMiltonAn English poet.
JoaquinMurietaThe great bandido.
MissNelsonSwede's teacher.
Dr.NicklesReuben's doctor.
AnimasNokesLand's family doctor.
Mrs.NokesDr. Nokes' wife.
BethanyOrchardReuben's friend.
FrankO'RourkeA former Irish Fianna Fáil politician.
MaureenO'SullivanAn American-Irish actress.
 PaxtonA sheriff.
CharliePittsJames Younger's friend.
TedPulletA town cop.
CharliePymA sheriff.
StubeRangeWalt Stockard's colleague.
 RasterA judge.
JamesReachThe Methodist preacher.
FredericRemingtonAn American painter, illustrator, sculptor and writer.
Mr.RingmanA janitor.
TheodoreRoosevelt26th U.S. President. aka: Teddy.
WilliamShakespeareAn English playwright, poet, and actor.
AugustShultzJeremiah's lifelong friend.
RonSimonsonJeremiah's acquaintance.
MickeySpillaneAn American crime novelist.
Robert Louis StevensonA Scottish novelist, poet and travel writer.
Robert Louis StevensonA Scottish novelist, poet and travel writer.
MightyStinsonDavy's fellow inmate.
WaltStockardOne of the deputies.
NelsonSvedvigA farmer.
JeffSwansonReuben's acquaintance.
GarySweetThe butcher.
William B.TravisA lieutenant colonel in the Texas Army.
DaltonTrumboAn American screenwriter and novelist.
MarkTwainAn American writer, humorist, entrepreneur, publisher, and lecturer.
ValentinoVailReuben's acquaintance.
PanchoVillaPrevious owner of the clapboard theater.
JapeWaltzerThe man who houses Davy in the Badland.
DanielWebsterAn American lawyer and statesman.
JohnnyWeissmullerAn Austro-Hungarian-born American competition swimmer.
Mrs.WillisA teacher.
OwenWisterAn American writer and historian.
Jonas R.WorkVeteran of the Great War and member of the flying corps in Leon.
BobYoungerCharlie Pitts' compadres.
ColeYoungerAn American Confederate guerrilla during the American Civil War.
Alfred Reuben's acquaintance.
Beth A goat.
Billy Mr. Ford's horse.
Birdie Augusts' wife.
Brit One of the horses.
Christine Dolly's friend.
Davy Reuben's older brother.
Dolly Davy's girlfriend.
Doot Augusts' horse.
Draper A man who ran a few independent Jersey cows.
Elvis The prosecuting attorney.
Emil A pig.
Etta Longabaugh's sweetheart.
Eunice Pastor Reach's wife.
Fitger Lanz's deputy.
Frank One of James' friends.
Fry A horse.
Gerald A turkey.
Henry A horse.
Henry Peter's brother.
Hensrud A farmer.
Heywood A bank teller.
Ivar A proficient biologist.
James Cole's younger brother.
Jarave A Bolivian lieutenant.
Jesse One of James' friends.
Joe One of the members of the church.
Josie Peter's eldest brother.
Laurie One of the horses.
Mike A horse.
Muriel The chief of the North Dakota State Patrol.
Myrtle Pastor Reach great-aunt.
Odysseus A legendary Greek king of Ithaca.
Pugger Raymond's neighbor.
Ramon Joaquin's little brother.
Randy The Billy goat.
Raymond Reuben's new acquaintance.
Rembrandt A Dutch draughtsman, painter, and printmaker.
Ricky A hound.
Rip A dog.
Robert Coach Heintz's son.
Sara A young girl that Jape Waltzer is raising as a daughter.
Speedy August's old friend.
Swede Reuben's younger sister.
Voltaire A French Enlightenment writer, historian, and philosopher.
Williams A cook.