Spies for the Blue and Gray
The civilian spies and secret agents described are: Rose O'Neal Greenhow, Allan Pinkerton, Mrs. E. H. Baker, Timothy Webster, Lafayette C. Baker, Belle Boyd, Walter Bowie, Pauline Cushman, Philip Henson, Spencer K.Brown, Elizabeth Van Lew, Sam Davis, Ginnie and Lottie Moon.
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