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Booker DeWitt, the protagonist of BioShock Infinite.

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Columbia was a city suspended in the clouds through a combination of "quantum levitation", and giant blimps and balloons. Many different peoples came to Columbia for its maiden launch and others made the pilgrimage later. However, after a series of mysterious events, the city disappeared into the clouds with the residents still aboard. Below is a list of known citizens of Columbia who appear or are mentioned in BioShock Infinite.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Seen on The Vox Threat board found in the Good Time Club and the Bull House Impound.
  2. Andrew Ryan's name is seen on picket signs, when Booker DeWitt and Elizabeth enter the Welcome Center of Rapture through a Tear.
  3. 3.0 3.1 This name is seen on a locker next to Cornelius Slates' in the Worker Induction Center.
  4. She was photographed by Cunningham Studios in 1889. Her framed picture can be found in various places in-game, notably Cunningham Studios.
  5. Zachary Hale Comstock's Voxophone: A Dog's Loyalty
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 This name appears on one of three list of residents outside the Emporia Towers: List #1, List #2 and List #3.
  7. 7.0 7.1 His scalp is seen among other Founders, nailed to a headboard in Port Prosperity.
  8. Mentioned by one of the downtrodden citizens of Shantytown.
  9. The Superintendent of the Arkharm, Massachusetts facility of the Pinkerton's National Detective Agency and the one that signed Booker DeWitt's contract.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 Seen on an issue of the Minuteman Gazette.
  11. The owner of Columbia's Finest Ice.
  12. Byron Cotswold's Voxophone: Otis' Nimble Fingers
  13. The owner of Easter & Sons Premium Automated Stallions, full name from advertisement.
  14. Wilbur Sykes' Voxophone: That Goddamn Key
  15. Vivian Monroe's Voxophone: A True Soldier
  16. Ty Bradley's Voxophone: To: R. Thompson Re: Fuses
  17. He was photographed by Cunningham Studios in 1884. His framed picture can be found in various places in-game, notably Cunningham Studios.
  18. Jeremiah Fink's Voxophone: Out of the Thin Air
  19. BioShock: Infinite - Making the E3 Demo on YouTube. Seen on an early poster for Possession, under the title "Mesmerize."

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