A Yankee Spy in Richmond
The Civil War Diary of "Crazy Bet" Van LewBook - 1996
Many civilians on both sides during the Civil War hoped to support the war effort as spies, but only a few actually became useful agents. One of the most effective and least known was Elizabeth Van Lew, a woman living in the heart of Confederate Richmond.
Publisher: Mechanicsburg, PA : Stackpole Books, 1996
Branch Call Number: E608.V34 A3 1996
Characteristics: 166 p. ; cm