Behind Rebel Lines: The Incredible Story of Emma Edmonds, Civil War Spy - Chapter 3: March 20, 1862 Summary & Analysis

Seymour Reit
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Chapter 3: March 20, 1862 Summary and Analysis

Emma learned that Lt. James Vesey was a newcomer to Company B. Emma had known him when they both lived in Boston. Her friends in Boston had teased that she had been sweet on James. She was too busy to worry about that. She just was anxious to see her old friend. She had matured since he had seen her last, plus her short hair and dress would surely fool him. But if he recognized her, she might have to let her old friend in on her secret.

As Emma rushed over to the company tents, she passed a sight that was becoming familiar. The chaplain was reading a psalm as a small cluster of soldiers gathered around a new grave. She hesitated at the grave to pay her respects. Only then did she learn that the dead soldier...

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