Spies of the Revolution by: Phoenix Ogle

Spies of the Revolution by: Phoenix Ogle

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  • Nathan Hale
  • I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country.
  • You are under arrest for caring illegal and stolen documents. You shall be hanged.
  • James Armistead
  • We shall move on Princeton tomorrow afternoon.
  • This information is critical. I must ride tonight to get to General Tallmadge.
  • Benjamin Tallmadge and the Culper Gang
  • We got the information General.
  • Good. I'll report to General Washington at once.
  • Nathan Hale is known as the first spy and was very courageous. Sadly, he was a terrible intelligence officer and was captured one night was hanged on September 22.
  • Enoch Crosby
  • No is going to save you, traitor.
  • Oh, dear. I've been captured. Who is going to save me.
  • James Armistead was a spy that feed the British false information while gathering real information. After the war he was forced back into slavery but was later freed mostly thanks to Lafayette.
  • Lydia Dara
  • I'm ready, ma and don't worry, I remember the calling code.
  • Benjamin Tallmadge was the leader of the Culper Gang. The Culper Gang was responsible for gathering information for General Washington.
  • Anna Smith Strong
  • I hope they get the massage I'm sending.
  • Enoch Cosby began his spying career by accident. Each time he went on a mission, he would be "arrested" and escape only to do the process over and over again.
  • We'll bust him out tonight.
  • We have hundreds of men ready to attack Richmond sir.
  • Lydia Dara eavesdropped on British officers as they met in her parlor. Then she sent her son with the little notes she wrote and he passed them on to Washington.
  • Son, get ready. I'm sending you to meet someone in the woods. Don't forget the calling.
  • Anna Smith Strong used her laundry to symbolize where information was to be picked up. Each handkerchief showed where the information was.
  • Got it. On my way.
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