Huckleberry Finn stumbles upon the Grangerfords' house after a steamboat wrecks the raft that he and Jim were using to navigate their way to the town of Cairo. Huck and Jim realize that they must have passed the city of ... More »

Free Swedish huck weaving patterns and other huck weaving resources can be found on the Craft and Fabric Links website. For a wider selection of patterns and information, books such as "Learn to Make Monk's Cloth Afghans... More »

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Huck does not get along with his guardian Widow Douglas and her sister, Miss Watson, because they try to change everything about him to make him more civilized and presentable, and he does not want to change. From the ti... More »

In the book "Huckleberry Finn," Jim and Huck board the wrecked steamboat Walter Scott at Huck's behest. Huck feels that the two should explore the steamboat before it sinks. More »

While Huck plays a few tricks on Jim, the biggest is tricking Jim into believing Huck had been on the raft the entire time. He convinces Jim that his time on the raft alone was a dream. More »

Huckleberry Finn's plan to escape from his father entailed cutting a hole in the wall of the cabin. He also killed a pig and spread the blood around the cabin floor and down to the riverbed, to make it appear he'd been k... More »

"The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," by Mark Twain, is the story of a young boy, Huck, and a runaway slave, Jim. The story picks up after the end of Twain's previous novel, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," at the end of ... More »