A Confederate Spy in the Civil War
On Civil War Spies, Greenhow was eager to complete any job given to her. This was one of her many traits that made her so successful. Greenhow was an overall intelligent woman who was capable of doing anything she put her mind to.
Greenhow's Values and Beliefs
Rose Greenhow's Impact on the Civil War
Rose Greenhow's Legacy
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