Characters - Alphabetical
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LeahA. CutlerEphraim's wife.
ElizabethA. PutnamRufus's first wife.
JohnAdamsThe U.S. Vice President.
JohnAdamsThe Federalist President.
E.BAndrewsA professor at Marietta College.
MarieAntoinetteThe Queen of France.
ElishaAtkinsThe pastor at the church in Killingly.
CalebAtwaterThe chairman of the committee.
MaryB. DanaElizabeth's mother.
AlbertB. HartA historian at Harvard University.
LucyB. WoodbridgeA woman who arrived at Marietta in 1789.
ElijahBackusLucy's younger brother.
ElijahBackusLucy Backus's brother.
JamesBackusA man who established Marietta's first general store.
JediahBagleyAn itinerant fiddler who moved out to settlements.
ThomasBalchMary's father.
MaryBalch-CutlerManasseh's wife.
CatherineBarkerOne of Barker's daughters.
EphraimBarkerA highly respected church builder. Aka: Deacon Barker.
JosephBarkerA notable veteran.
JosephBarkerDeacon Barker's son. The master builder.
SarahBarkerOne of Barker's daughters.
JoelBarlowThe Scioto Company sales agent.
WilliamBartramAn eminent naturalist who own a large and famous garden.
AlvanBinghamA judge. Aka: Judge Bingham.
SilasBinghamJudge Bingham's brother. A deputy sheriff.
AviceBlennerhassettHarman's sister.
HarmanBlennerhassettAn Irish Aristocracy.
MargaretBlennerhassettHarman's wife.
EdwardBraddockThe British General.
JohnBroughAn Englishman.
JohnBrownThe chairman of the committee.
J.SBuckinghamA British writer.
JosephBuellAn officer in Fort Harmar.
TimothyBuellA criminal prisoner.
TheodosiaBurrAaron Burr Jr.'s wife.
AaronBurr Jr.The Colonel who killed Alexander Hamilton.
AaronBurr Sr.A scholar and theologian. Aaron Burr Jr.'s father.
Renee R.C. D. SalleA French Explorer.
EdwardCarringtonA member of the congress in Virginia.
EdwardCarringtonA Virginian politician.
JohnClarkThe Philadelphia clergyman.
WilliamClarkAn experienced soldier that Jefferson commissioned.
CharlesCoblenzMan who established dry goods store. Samuel's Brother.
SamuelCoblenzMan who established dry goods store. Charles's brother.
WilliamCrawfordThe colonel friend of George Washington.
GeorgeCroghanA well-known Indian trader.
FortescueCummingAn English man violinist.
NabbyCushingA 13-month-old ill child. Deceased.
CharlesCutlerEphraim and Jervis's younger brother.
EphraimCutlerMary and Manasseh's son.
HezekiahCutlerThe cutler's youngest child. Deceased.
JamesCutlerManasseh's father.
JervisCutlerMary and Manasseh's son. Ephraim's brother.
Jervis CutlerReverend Cutler's son.
JuliaCutlerEphraim's daughter.
ManassehCutlerPastor of first congregational church of Ipswich Hamlet.
MaryCutlerEphraim and Leah's eldest child.
WilliamCutlerEphraim's youngest son.
WilliamCutlerEphraim's son.
Capt. WilliamDanaElizabeth's father.
ElizabethDana-BarkerJoseph's wife.
NathanDaneReverend Cutler's neighbor. A member of the congress.
DanielDavisA revolutionary war veteran.
MarquisDe LafayetteA French aristocrat.
HernandoDe SotoThe man who built the Great Mound.
Ebenezer DennyNewly assigned to Fort Harmar.
JonathanDevolA Captain from Rhode Island.
JonathanDevolJoseph Barker's friend and neighbor.
CharlesDickensAn English writer and social critic.
WilliamDuerSecretary of board of treasury. Creator of Scioto Company.
JonathanEdwardsAaron Burr's first grandfather.
CalebEmersonA Marietta Lawyer.
Henry Evans-SpencerThe mayor in Cincinnati.
JohnForbesA British General.
BenjaminFranklinThe founding father of the United States.
RobertFultonThe inventor of the first Steamboat.
Mr.GerryReverend Cutler's friend.
SimonGirtyThe infamous revolutionary war "turncoat".
WilliamGraysonA Virginian politician.
CharlesGreeneA merchant during the 1800s.
NathanGuilfordThe senator from Hamilton County.
SamuelH. ParsonsOne of the directors of Ohio Company.
JosiahHarmarA U.S. General.
JosiahHarmarThe commander of the "Late Campaign".
William HenryHarrisonThe current President.
JoelHarvey-LindleyLate reverend of the Park Street Church in Boston.
OliverHazard-PerryA young American naval officer.
WilliamHeathThe Washington's general commander.
Mary AnnHildrethSamuel and Rhoda's first child.
RhidaHIldrethSamuel's wife.
SamuelHildrethMarietta's earliest historian.
BenjaminHillmanA professor at Yale. Rhoda's friend.
HenryHoweOne of the early chroniclers of life in Ohio country.
WilliamHullAn American Commander.
ThomasHutchinsThe geographer of the United States.
BlueJacketThe Shawnee War Chief.
AndrewJacksonAmerican general who won the British battle in New Orleans.
JohnJayAn American Diplomat.
ThomasJeffersonA member of the congress. An American ambassador in France.
ThomasJeffersonA republican candidate. The current U.S. President.
John JohnstonThe federal agent for the Wyandots.
ThomasKittredgeA celebrated surgeon.
GeorgeKnepperThe noted Ohio Historian.
HenryKnoxThe secretary of war.
MadamKnoxHenry's wife.
TobiasLearSecretary of George Washington.
Richard HenryLeeA Virginian politician.
MeriweatherLewisAn experienced soldier that Jefferson commissioned.
CarolusLinnaeusA Swedish Naturalist.
AbnerLordThe shipbuilder.
PresidentMadisonThe current U.S. President.
DavidMapleThe cashier of the Muskingham Bank.
JohnMarshallChief Justice of the United States.
HarrietMartineauA British writer.
JohnMatthewA man who led the surveying party.
JohnMatthewsRufus Putnam's nephew.
WilliamMoultonA goldsmith from New Hampshire.
WilliamMoultonA blacksmith from New Hampshire.
HoraceNyeIchabod's son.
IchabodNyeThe son-in-law of General Benjamin Tupper.
SamuelOsgoodThe head of the board of treasury.
MaryOwenThe first woman to join the settlement.
MaryOwenA nurse. The first woman to settle in Marietta.
SamuelP. HildrethA surgeon in Massachusetts.
SallyParkerEphraim's 2nd wife.
WilliamParkerA stockholder at Ohio Company. Sally's father.
WilliamParker-CutlerReverend Cutler's grandson.
JamesPartonAaron Burr's first biographer.
PaulPearingThe first attorney to join the settlement.
MicajahPhillipsA young black man Margaret taught to read and write.
CaptainPipeThe Delaware Chief.
WilliamPlayfairJoel's business partner.
DavidPutnamGrandson of Israel Putnam. The master of the academy in Marietta.
RufusPutnamLeader of bunch of grapes. Chairman of Ohio company.
NathanReadManasseh's roommate.
PersisRice-PutnamRufus's first wife.
JosephRogersA veteran soldier from Pennsylvania.
BenjaminRushA man who toured Reverend Cutler in Philadelphia Hospital.
WinthropSargentOne of the surveyors in Ohio. The secretary of Ohio company.
DanielShaysA war veteran.
HenrySheveWashington's builder-in-command.
Ebenezer SproatA surveyor from Rhode Island.
ArthurSt. ClairThe President of the Congress.
ArthurSt. ClaireA governor.
EzraStilesThe President of Yale.
DanielStoryThe new pastor at Marietta.
CalebStrongThe governor of Massachusetts.
EmanuelSwedenborgA Swedish Theologian.
AnnaSymmesWilliam's wife.
RowenaT. SargentGeneral Tupper's daughter. Winthrop's wife.
JohnTempleThe consul general of Great Britain.
EliudThomasEliza's husband.
ElizaThomasEliud's wife.
IsaiahThomasA publisher in Massachusetts.
EdwardTiffinThe Ohio House of Representatives speaker.
EdwardTiffinThe governor of Ohio.
FrancesTrollopeEnglish writer. Famous for her criticism of America.
ZebulonTroopA man who fell dead in the fire.
Dr. JabezTrue.Marietta's first physician.
JohnTrumbullHillman's uncle. A celebrated painter.
BenjaminTupperA general.
MineraTupper-NyeIchabod's wife. General Benjamin's daughter.
LittleTurtleThe Miami War Chief.
DeanTylerA cabin at Campus Martius.
JosephVarnumThe Judge.
BenjaminWadsworthManasseh's friend. Reverend who led Manasseh's funeral.
JosephWarrenA revolution hero.
GeorgeWashingtonThe first U.S. President. A political leader.
AnthonyWayneThe U.S. army in command.
HaffieldWhiteThe head of the first pioneers.
JamesWilkinsonGeneral-in-Chief of the armies of the United States.
IsaacWilliamsAn emigrant farmer from Pennsylvania.
RebeccaWilliamsIsaac's wife.
RobertWilsonThe first President of Ohio University.
JohnWinthropThe great puritan leader of the ship called Arbella.
AbrahamWippleA revolutionary naval officer.
DudleyWoodbridgeLucy's husband. Established Marietta's first general store.
DudleyWoodbridge Jr.The son of Dudley Sr. and Lucy.
ThomasWorthingtonA member of the committee.
Cornplanter The celebrated chief of the Seneca's.
Jack The black runaway slave from Virginia.
John The black runaway slave from Virginia.
Martin A slave in Clarksburg.
Rose The black runaway slave from Virginia.
Sam A slave in Clarksburg.
Turk A Wyandot.