Spies of the Civil War

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  • Rose O'Neal Greenhow was a charming hostess who gained information for the Confederates by listening in to Union soldier's conversations.
  • Washington D.C.
  • Let's attack the South at noon tomorrow.
  • Junction, Virginia
  • She was credited for the success the Confederates had at the battle of Bull Run.
  • Good Job!
  • Allen J. Pinkerton started in the barrel making business, but found a band of counter fitters and set up surveillance. From then on, many people called him to solve crimes.
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • What is the Confederacy planning?
  • His company spied for the Union during the Civil War and he used the name E.J. Allen. They got lots of information by interviewing slaves.
  • I can do it!
  • Harriet Tubman was a spy for the North in the Civil war. She sent black men to the South posing as slaves to get information.
  • Go, Pretend to be a slave and get information!
  • The spies of the Civil War who were for the Union helped the Union get back together and helped defeat the South, but the Spies for the South harmed the Union.
  • These spies are helping me win the war!
  • Me too!
  • Thank you!
  • Welcome.
  • Timothy Webster was the first double spy. He was also the first Union spy to be hung.
  • Thank you!
  • You're welcome.
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