Behind Rebel Lines: The Incredible Story of Emma Edmonds, Civil War Spy Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Seymour Reit
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Chapter 1: April 25, 1861

• In Chapter 1, Emma Edmonds joined the Union Army after Lincoln's call for volunteers.

• Emma was able to join the Union Army under the name of Franklin Thompson because they did not perform medical exams.
• Emma requested and obtained an assignment as a field nurse.

• Emma's unit joined the Potomac Army.

Chapter 2: March 19, 1862

• In Chapter 2, Emma was ordered to tend soldiers while in training as an infantry man. She was regarded as a mop by her training sergeant.

• Emma was assigned to a small team of one doctor and four male nurses.
• Emma spent 4 months in Washington and even saw the President Lincoln a few times.

• The Army of the Potomac was under General McClellan's command.

• An intelligence officer for the Union was discovered and executed

Chapter 3: March 20, 1862

• In Chapter 3, Emma learned that an old friend, Lt James Vesey was assigned to the same army.

• James Vesey...

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