1 edition of Mrs. Greenhow found in the catalog.
William Gilmore Beymer
|Statement||by William Gilmore Beymer .|
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|Pagination||p. -576,  leaves of plates :|
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Rose O'Neal Greenhow ( or – October 1, ) was a renowned Confederate spy during the American Civil War.A socialite in Washington, D.C. during the period before the war, she traveled in important political circles and cultivated friendships with presidents, generals, senators, and high-ranking military officers. She used her connections to pass along key military information to. To avoid the pursuing Union gunboat, Mrs. Greenhow attempted to flee in a rowboat but the small boat capsized. Due to the weight of the gold sewn into her dress, royalties from her book, she was dragged under the water. In October , Rose O'Neal Greenhow was buried with full military honors in Oakdale Cemetery, Wilmington, NC.
[Mary Greenhow Lee] AN and [Bessie Elizabeth Johnston Gresham] AN; s.l. (2 pages total) Note apparently by Mary Greenhow Lee on the back of an envelope, and a similar note by Mrs. Gresham respecting a fringe from the First Maryland regiment (Union) captured by the First Maryland regiment (Confederate) on (Rose Greenhow Papers, Special Collections Library, Duke University). Aug St. George, Bermuda. From Rose Greenhow to Alexander Boteler. Letter describing her voyage to Bermuda, further travel and spying plans, and meeting with the Reverend and Mrs. Walker, Confederate sympathizers.
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My Imprisonment and the First Year of Abolition Rule at Washington (Classic Reprint). I bought this book as a teenager since I was fascinated with the idea of a female spy in an era where women had few rights. I've reread it several times over the years. Ross does a good job of telling the story of Rose's life from her early childhood to her marriage with Robert Greenhow /5(7).
Rose O'Neal Greenhow was born in Maryland inbut little is known of her childhood. Inshe married a prominent doctor, Robert Greenhow. When the couple moved to Washington, Mrs. Greenhow became one of the most popular hostesses of the period, and her home served as the meeting place for several political leaders.
When the couple moved to Washington, Mrs. Greenhow became one of the most popular hostesses of the period, and her home served as the meeting place for several political leaders. Her husband died inbut Rose continued to be an important figure in Washington, and this position allowed her to spy for the Confederacy.
'The Provost-Marshal will please inform Mrs. Greenhow that, in consequence of her correspondence with the General commanding the armies now besieging Washington, her request to visit the house of Mrs. Mackall cannot be complied with, as it would be an interference with military arrangements, &c.
(Signed) 'WM. SEWARD.'. Mrs. Greenhow. My Imprisonment and the First Year of Abolition Rule At Washington. London: Richard Bentley, Halacy, Dan. The Master Spy.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, c Kinchen, Oscar A. Women Who Spied for the Blue and the Gray. Philadelphia: Dorrance & Company, c MRS B E GREENHOW has 89 books on Goodreads, and is currently reading The House Between Tides by Sarah Maine. Help me give my students the Sunshine State Young Readers Association books.
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Greenhow had .OFFICE OF THE COMMISSION RELATING TO STATE PRISONERS, Washington, April 1, Brigadier General JAMES S. WADSWORTH, &C., Washington. GENERAL: If they consent* you will please convey Mrs.
Rose O'N. Greenhow, * * * prisoners at present held in the Old Capitol Military Prison in this city, beyond the lines of the U. S. forces into the State of Virginia and release them upon .