Spies in the War

Chapter Sixteen Section Four

Women Spies

While Harriet Tubman spied for the North, Rose O'Neal Greenhow entertained Union leaders in Washington, DC, gathering information about Union pans that she passed to the south. Belle Boyd informed Confederate generals of Union army movements in the Shenandoah Valley.

Women Soldiers

Some women disguised themselves as men and became soldiers. Loretta Janeta Velazquez fought for the South at the First battle of Bull Run.
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