Bibliography/Further Reading

Books:

Berkin, Carol. Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence. New York: Alfred A.          Knopf, 2005.

Blackman, Ann. Wild Rose: Rose O’Neal Greenhow, Civil War Spy a True Story.  New York:  Random House, 2005.

Gansler, Laura Leedy. The Mysterious Private Thompson: The Double Life of Sarah Emma Edmonds, Civil War          Soldier. New York:  Free Press, 2005. 

Jarrett-Silcox, Diane. Heroines of the American Revolution: America’s Founding Mothers. Chapel Hill, NC: Green          Angel Press,  1998.

Leonard, Elizabeth D. Memoirs of a Soldier, Nurse and Spy: A Woman’s Adventures in the Union Army. Dekalb, IL:          Northern Illinois University Press, 1999.

McIntosh, Elizabeth P. Sisterhood of Spies. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 1998.

O’Donnell, Patrick K. Operatives, Spies, and Saboteur., New York: Free Press, 2004.

O’Toole. G.J.A.  Honorable Treachery: A History of U.S. Intelligence, Espionage, and Covert Action from the          American Revolution to the CIA.  New York: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1991.

Varon, Elizabeth. Southern Lady, Yankee Spy: The True Story of Elizabeth Van Lew, A Union Agent in the Heart of          the Confederacy. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. 

 

Interview:

McIntosh, Elizabeth. Interview by Amy Downs. Virginia. 15 December 2006.

 

Web sites:

“African American Women in History,” Indiana Commission For Women, n.d.,          http://www.in.gov/icw/archives/bowser.html (5 January 2007).

“Anna Wagner Keichline,” National Women’s History Museum, 2006,          http://www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/anna-wagner-keichline/.

“Anne Hennis Trotter Bailey,” National Women's History Museum, 2006,          http://www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/ann-trotter-bailey/.

Benson, Robert L. “The Venona Story,” National Security Agency, n.d.,          http://www.nsa.gov/publications/publi00039.cfm (November 2006).

“Black Propaganda: Language of Espionage ,” International Spy Museum, n.d.,          http://www.spymuseum.org/educate/loe.asp  (December 2006).

Christides, Michelle. “The History of a Hello Girl,” DoughboyCenter, 1998, www.worldwar1.com/dbc/hello.htm          (November 2006).

“Civil War,” Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, n.d.,          http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/awhhtml/awmss5/civil_war2.html (5 January 2007).

“Clandestine Women: The Untold Stories of Women in Espionage,” National Women’s History Museum, 2002,
            http://www.nwhm.org/blog/spy-exhibit/ (December 2006).

Diece, Albrey. “Martha Bratton,” National Women's History Museum, 2006,            http://www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/martha-bratton/ (December 2006).

“Educate,” The International Spy Museum, n.d., http://www.spymuseum.org/educate/  (December 2006).

“Elizabeth Burgin,” National Women’s History Museum,          2006, http://www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/elizabeth-burgin/ (December 2006).

“Elizabeth Van Lew?” Civil War, .n.d., http://civilwarhome.com/vanlewbio.htm (5 January 2007).

“Emeline Pigott,” University of San Diego, n.d., http://history.sandiego.edu/gen/st/~kelliej2/pigott.html (5 January          2007).

“Exfiltration Operation,” International Spy Museum, n.d., http://www.spymuseum.org/educate/loe.asp (November          2006).

Foster, Kate, et. al. Spy Letters of the American Revolution: From the Collections of the Clements Library, n.d.,
            http://www.clements.umich.edu/spies/stories-women-1.html (January 2007).

"Harriet Tubman," The National Women's History Museum, 2002,          http://www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/harriet-tubman/ (November 2006).

"The History of Nancy Hart," 7 November 2005, http://www.nkclifton.com/nancy.html (November 2006).

“Hedy Lamarr,” National Women’s History Museum, 2006, www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/hedy-lamarr/          (December 2006).

"Language of Espionage," International Spy Museum, n.d., http://www.spymuseum.org/educate/loe.asp (December          2006).

“Mary Elizabeth Browser, cunning and dedicated!” African American Registry, 2005,            http://www.aaregistry.com/african_american_history/2890/Mary_Elizabeth_Bowser_cunning_and_dedicated          (5 January 2007).

McCarthy, Linda. “355.” National Women's History Museum, 2002, www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/355/          (December 2006).

McCarthy, Linda. “Josephine Baker,” Clandestine Women: The Untold Stories of Women in Espionage Exhibit,          March 2002, http://www.nwhm.org/blog/spy-exhibit/ (November 2006).

McCarthy, Linda. “Marlene Dietrich,” Clandestine Women: The Untold Stories of Women in Espionage Exhibit,          March 2002, http://www.nwhm.org/blog/spy-exhibit/ (November 2006).

McCarthy, Linda. Oh So Special—and it Was: An Historical Overview of the Office of Strategic Services          PowerPoint Presentation,  www.historyisahoot.com (November 2006).

McCarthy, Linda. “Sacagawea,” Clandestine Women: The Untold Stories of Women in Espionage Exhibit, March          2002,  http://www.nwhm.org/blog/spy-exhibit/ (November 2006).

“Manuscript Division: Military and Diplomatic Affairs,” The Library of Congress, American Memory, American          Women,  n.d., http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/awhhtml/awmss5/mil_diplo.html (December 2006).

“Nanye-hi or Nancy Ward,” National Women’s History Museum, 2006,          http://www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/nanye-hi-nancy-ward/ (November 2006).

National Security Agency. “World War II,” Cryptologic Excellence: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, 2002,            http://www.nsa.gov/women/women00001.cfm (November 2006).

“Rose O'Neal Greenhow Papers: An On-line Archival Collection,” Special Collections Library, Duke University, May          1996,  http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/greenhow/ (December 2006).

“Sara Emma Edmonds Seelye,” Official State of Michigan Web Site, March 2005,            
           http://www.michigan.gov/hal/0,1607,7-160-15481_19271_19357-74977--,00.html (5 January 2007).

“Sybil Ludington," National Women’s History Museum, 2006,          http://www.nwhm.org/education-resources/biography/biographies/sibyl-ludington/ (November 2006).

“Venona,” National Security Agency, n.d., http://www.nsa.gov/venona/  (December 2006).

Weadon, Patrick D. “Follow the Drinking Gourd,” National Cryptologic Museum. National Security Agency, n.d.,
            http://www.nsa.gov/publications/publi00011.cfmc (December 2006).

Wilcox, Jennifer. "Agnes Meyer Driscoll," National Cryptologic Administration's Women in Cryptology Exhibit, 2004,            www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Anna 'Nancy' Strong Smith,"  http://www.nsa.gov/women/women00001.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Dorothy Blum," www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Elizabeth S. Friedman," www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Genevieve Feinstein,” www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Juanita Moody,"  http://www.nsa.gov/honor/honor00011.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Juliana Michwitz," www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Katherine Swift,”  www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Marie Meyer,”  www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Mary Louise Prather,”  www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Maureen Baginski,”  www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Ruth Wilson,” www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilcox. "Wilma Davis,” www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (November 2006).

Wilson, Barbara A., Capt. USAF (Ret.). “WWI: Thirty Thousand Women Were There,” Military Women Veterans:          Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow, n.d., http://userpages.aug.com/captbarb/femvets4.html (December 2006).

“Women in American Cryptology Exhibit,” National Cryptologic Museum. National Security Agency, n.d.,
            http://www.nsa.gov/women/index.cfm (December 2006).

 

 

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