In this storyboard, Robert Townsend is writing about what the British are up to and where they are going to be to attack the Colonists. He is a merchant working apart of The Culper Ring, which is as secret spy group located in the British territory (New York).
After Robert Townsend writes the information, he passes the information onto Austin Roe, a Setauket tavern owner.
Austin Roe now walks through the city towards the woods to fulfill General Washington's wishes. He digs a hole in the woods and and inserts the information in a drop box in Setauek.
Abraham Woodhull then would come and retieve the information in the drop box in the ground and wait for the signal
Caleb Brewster then would come across Long Island Sound and retieve the message from Abraham Woodhull.
It was then Anna Smith Strong's duty to then send a signal to Abraham Woodhull that Caleb Brewster had arrived by using her laundry to send a message. It was crucial for her to let Abraham Woodhull know right away when Caleb Brewster had arrived because the British already had suspected and recognized him as a spy. She was a great part of making our country today and stood as a great role for the "Women of the American Revolution."