Dr. Henry Walton Jones, Jr., or as many know him as, Indiana Jones, is a role model. In stories such as The Indiana Jones Chronicles, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and many others people may not have even heard of. He is Associate Dean of Marshall College in Connecticut. He teaches archeology, and history. When he is not teaching he is often off on an archeological dig.
Growing up, he travelled with his parents all over the world. He learned about many cultures and learned to speak and read many languages, along with their customs. He also fought in World War I. As a child, he learned from his father all about journaling. He has many friends, but when it comes to women, he is pretty much a loner. He not seems to make up his mind. The woman he loved and cherished most, besides his mother, is Marion Ravenwood.
Indiana is not really close to his father. After his mother died, things became worse between him and his father. Marcus Brody, Professor Abner Ravenwood, So did Professor Oxley.
On his archeological journeys he has discovered the Art of the Covenant, the holy grail, the Sankara stone, and the crystal skull. If he is not placing the artifact back where it belongs, he is oftentimes having the item placed in a museum so that others may see it. Some of the items he discovered have been taken by the United States Government and placed in storage because they are so dangerous. The dig always means something to him because of the stories behind it. Indiana also likes to solve the puzzle. He lives for the challenge when it comes to archeology.
He has met Leo Tolstoy, Pancho Villa, Charles de Gaulle, John Ford, Theodore Roosevelt, and Norman Rockwell among many other well-known figures. He learned to live his life from the artist. Indiana Jones is very passionate. He strives for the adventure. The one thing he hates is snakes. From these people as well as many of mentors he has sought the life he desires and is living it. He enjoys wearing his wide brimmed fedora, a leather jacket, and a belt with a holder for his whip.
Indiana Jones enjoys the world of discovery. If he is not meeting new people, he is on some sort of archeological journey. He teaches so that he can work on archeological digs. He loves to use his resources. He does not need a lot to be happy. As long as he is able to teach, and discover more artifacts, he is happy.