Women Civil War Spies of the Confederacy
For young Civil War and espionage buffs, Women Civil War Spies of the Confederacy offers intrigue with stories about famous spies like Belle Boyd, Antonia Ford, and Rose O'Neal. These women and others used sass and smarts to gain valuable information beneficial to the Southern cause. A colorful and enlightening look at a rarely-told aspect of the conflict.
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