Rose O'Neal Greenhow (1817-1864) was a socialite in Washington, DC, and a Confederate spy. This collection includes the correspondence (175 documents) that the U.S. Intelligence Service seized from Greenhow's home in August 1861. Highlights...
Civil War, 1861-1865; Women spies
United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.)
The correspondence of Rose O'Neal Greenhow (1817-1864) documents her work as a spy for the Confederacy. The correspondence of Sarah Thompson (1838-1909) contains testimonials of Thompson's services to the Federal government and her subsequent...
Civil War, 1861-1865; Women; Women spies
United States -- Tennessee; United States -- Washington, D.C.
This collection of digital editions of previously published works includes approximately 40 works by women. Highlights include Mary Boykin Chesnut's "A Diary from Dixie;" Sarah Morgan Dawson's "A Confederate Girl's Diary;" and works by Confederate...
Civil War, 1861-1865; Girls; Plantation life; Women Spies
United States -- Alabama; United States -- Georgia; United States -- North Carolina; United States -- South Carolina; United States -- Tennessee; United States -- Virginia
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