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My Imprisonment: and the First Year of Abolition Rule at Washington

eBook (PDF), 167 Pages
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"Rebel Rose" Greenhow -- the name conjures up many different images. She was most famous as a spy for the Confederates and was so good at it that she even got information from her prison guards and sent it out to the Confederate Government in the clothing of her visitors! But she was so much more. She was a true heroine of the Southland, an emissary of the Confederate Government to Great Britain and even an authoress. An invaluable reference to the early part of the War Between the States.
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Publisher
The Dixie Diarist
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
167
File Format
PDF
File Size
779.31 KB

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