Behind Rebel Lines: The Incredible Story of Emma Edmonds, Civil War Spy - Chapter 14: March 10, 1863 Summary & Analysis

Seymour Reit
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Chapter 14: March 10, 1863 Summary and Analysis

Emma, as Mayberry, announced to Aylesworth that he decided to join the Confederate Army. Aylesworth told Mayberry he'd have two horses saddled in the back of the shop the next night after dark. Mr. Hall would accompany him to the Confederate camp. They would then catch a barge at Garnettsville that would take them to the southern lines. Emma got word to her Union contact who told her to follow through with the plan. Union soldiers would be waiting to arrest him and Hall. Emma had done another great job.

The next night, Emma met with Aylesworth and Hall as planned. Hall was suspicious but Aylesworth vouched for Mayberry. Emma grew even more nervous when she spotted Hall's .44 pistol. Just when Emma thought the Union regiment had missed them, she heard a voice order them to stop and raise...

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