To kill a mocking bird chapter one
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A poor farmer who is among the "Sarum bunch," a crowd which assembles near the town jail the night before Tom's trial in order to start a lynching. He is deeply moved by Scout's friendly words when she tries to diffuse the situation, and as a result leads the rest of the men in going home. Ever after, he respects the Finch family greatly.
There is also Walter Cunningham Jr. Like his father he is proud and very poor. He does not take anything from anybody and is steadfast in his pride. Unlike the Ewell kids , Walter helps his dad as much as he can for the family to survive.