3 edition of The war detective, or, Secret Service in the Rebellion found in the catalog.
|Statement||by A.F. Grant.|
|Series||The War library -- v. 7, no. 232., War library -- v. 7, no. 232.|
|Contributions||Wilmer, Richard Hooker, 1918-, former owner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
Found also in the House Miscellaneous documents of the 52d to the 56th Congress. Each number has special index. Inserted in each volume: Additions and corrections Washington, Govt. Print. Off., Series 1, v. , series 3, v. , and series 4, v. include "Alternate designations of organizations mentioned." Vol. of series 1 [serial no. ] "have not been . the war of the rebellion Download the war of the rebellion or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the war of the rebellion book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
War of the Rebellion: Serial Page Chapter XLVI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.- UNION. by the conduct of a detective scout sent into that section by the provost-marshal-general on secret service. Colonel Sanderson could not have authorized him to take the course he has, I . Page - And it shall, moreover, be lawful for any person in the service of the United States, or for any Indian, to take and destroy any ardent spirits or wine found in the Indian country, except such as may be introduced therein by the War Department. And in all cases arising under this act Indians shall be competent witnesses.
After the outbreak of the American Civil War he organized a secret service department for the Union army, sending scouts to the enemy lines and spies behind those lines. Although he helped to break a Confederate spy ring in Washington, DC, in –2, he was less competent at military intelligence than in detective work. "The Spy of the Rebellion will excite readers of Civil War history and those who thrill to factually based espionage and adventure stories."--Patrick Bass In this colorful narrative history, the founder of Pinkerton National Detective agency describes his successful thwarting of an assassination plot against President-elect Lincoln early in
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The War Detective, or Secret Service in the Rebellion: A Story of Booth's Great Conspiracy, Vol. 7 (Classic Reprint) [Harbaugh, T. C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The War Detective, or Secret Service in the Rebellion: A Story of Booth's Great Conspiracy, Vol.
7 (Classic Reprint). The war detective, or, Secret Service in the Rebellion: a story of Booth's great conspiracy by Harbaugh, T. (Thomas Chalmers), ; Wilmer, Richard Hooker,Pages: The War Detective; Or, Secret Service in the Rebellion A Story of Booth's Great Conspiracy by A.
Grant Vol. 7 The Four Just Men by Edgar Wallace. Allan Pinkerton of the famous Pinkerton National Detective Agency records the espionage activities that took place during the Civil War and how his spy ring evolved into the Secret Service.
Pinkerton served as Spymaster in Washington, D.C. under Lincoln, during which time he uncovered a plot to assassinate Lincoln in February of "Catalogue of the War library": p. 24 The Army detective; or, Following a war mystery: a story of Secret Service life during the rebellion / by Colonel Oram Eflor -- A lively time in the valley / by Lieut.
Dark Chandlee Pamphlet, printed paper wrappers 18Pages: Early life, career and immigration. Allan Pinkerton was born in Gorbals, Glasgow, Scotland, to William Pinkerton and his wife, Isobel McQueen, on Aug He left school at the age of 10 after his father's death.
Pinkerton read voraciously and was largely self-educated. A cooper by trade, Pinkerton was active in the Scottish Chartist movement as a young man. If you have trouble accessing this page and need to request an alternate format contact [email protected] L. Baker, The Secret Service in the Late War (Philadelphia: John Potter & Co., ).
The first edition of the book was published in The later edition may have additional material contributed by his associates.
National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Originally a secret service agent during World War II, Steel first appeared in Super Detective Picture Library # in September and became a regular in the pages of the publisher Fleetway’s popular Thriller Picture Library from Novembera line of page digest-sized black and white comic books that ran serialized stories, usually.
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$ + $ Shipping. Details about RARE CIVIL WAR PINKERTON SPY OF REBELLION ILLUSTRATED SECRET SERVICE GIFT. Pinkerton produced numerous popular detective books, ostensibly based on his own exploits and those of his agents. Seller Rating: % positive. Allan Pinkerton After the Civil War.
After the Civil War Pinkerton continued his detective work. In one of his detectives James McParlan infiltrated a group known as the Molly Maguires. This was a violent and dangerous secret society made up of coal miners in Pennsylvania.
A Test of Wills by Charles Todd (). This is one of the books that made me a follower of historical mysteries. Its protagonist is Scotland Yard Inspector Ian Rutledge, who survived being buried alive during the disastrous Battle of the Somme, but came home shell shocked, his head occupied by the omnipresent, mocking voice of Hamish MacLeod, a young.
The Secret War for The Union: The Untold Story of Military Intelligence in the Civil War. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co. Pinkerton, A. The Spy of the Rebellion; being a true history of the spy system of the United States Army during the late rebellion. Revealing many secrets of the war hitherto not made public.
For instance, Allan Pinkerton was a Chief of the United States Secret Service during the Civil War and later founded one of the earliest detective agencies. Inhe published, for subscription, The Spy of the Rebellion, detailing the spy system used by the US Army.
While in San Francisco, Schindler met a Secret Service agent named William J. Burns and became the older detective’s protege. By the s, Schindler was the head of the New York–based Schindler National Detective Agency (also known as the Schindler Bureau of Investigation) and was well-known across the country as a brilliant private.
Image 13 of The boy spy; a substantially true record of secret service during the war PREFACE The following unpretending narrative of some of the actual experiences of a boy in the War of the Rebellion is fraternally dedicated to my comrades of the G.
Part. Warne’s life seemed to begin inwhen the year-old walked into the Pinkerton National Detective Agency offices in Chicago and declared that she would like to become a detective.
The Spy of the Rebellion was written by detective Allan Pinkerton, founder of the famous Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency. The book covers Pinkerton’s activities during events leading up to and during the American Civil War, from Pinkerton leading a group of detectives who foiled an plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln to his leading intelligence and /5(6).
"THE PERSONAL STORY OF ONE OF THE WAR'S TOP SECRET AGENTS": EDITION OF PINKERTON'S SPY OF THE REBELLION, IN ORIGINAL CLOTH (CIVIL WAR) PINKERTON, Allan. The Spy of the Rebellion; Being a True History of the Spy System of the United States Army During the Late Rebellion.
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“Freedom’s Detective” by Charles Lane revolves around the fascinating figure of Whitley, whom President Ulysses Grant soon appointed to head the Secret Service, a federal agency created in.The Spy of the Rebellion was written by detective Allan Pinkerton, founder of the famous Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency.
The book covers Pinkerton’s activities during events leading up to and during the American Civil War, from Pinkerton leading a group of detectives who foiled an plot to assassinate Abraham Lincoln to his leading intelligence and .