Confederate Agent: A Discovery in History

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Report of An Authors Search for Secret History xiii
  • Dramatis Personae of the Northwest Conspiracy xxi
  • Part I - Raider and Guerrilla The Apprenticeship 1
  • I. the Most Dangerous Man in the Confederacy 3
  • Ii. Morgan's Raiders 7
  • Iii. Fires of the Copperheads 15
  • Iv. on to the Ohio 23
  • V. Prison 35
  • Vi. the Escape 52
  • Part III - The Northwest Conspiracy The Preparation 65
  • Vii. the Mission in Canada 67
  • Viii. the Fox and the Copperheads 84
  • Ix. Counterspy 97
  • X. Commissioner Holcomb and the Wild Rose 107
  • Xi. the Raid on Maine 113
  • Xii. Password for Revolution 121
  • Xiii. Ballots, If Not Bullets 134
  • Xiv. Target: Transports 137
  • Xv. a Letter from Lincoln 141
  • Xvi. the Indiana Conspirators 148
  • Xvii. the Battle of Lake Erie 153
  • Xviii. the Bank Raids in Vermont 166
  • Xix. Betrayal in Chicago 181
  • Xx. the Fox and the Hounds 199
  • Xxi. a Rainy Wedding Night 203
  • Xxii. the Burning of New York 208
  • Xxiii. the Maine Coast Expedition 224
  • Xxiv. Shoot Them Down 230
  • Xxv. the Kidnapping of the Vice President-Elect 232
  • Xxvi. a Stranger in a Strange Land 241
  • Xxvii. the Trials and Other Tribulations 248
  • Xxxviii. the Hanging of a Hero 255
  • Xxix. the Expatriates 260
  • Xxx. the Ordeal of the Gallant Templar 273
  • Xxxi. a New Role: Reconstruction And Reconciliation 285
  • A Financial Accounting Of the Northwest Conspiracy 293
  • Sources 299
  • Bibliography 311
  • Index 321
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