George Washington's Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution Setting & Symbolism

Brian Kilmeade
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Long Island

Long Island is an area adjacent to New York City and home to the members of the Culper spy ring. Its capture by British forces early in the Revolutionary War was a major defeat for the Continental army and it is the site through which the spy ring conducted its activities and communications.

Brooklyn

Brooklyn is one of the five boroughs of New York City and the site of an important battle during the Revolutionary War.

Manhattan

Manhattan is the most highly-populated borough of New York City, the center of its economy and an important port. It was considered vitally important to both the British and Continental forces and the center of information-gathering by the spy ring.

Long Island Sound

Long Island Sound is a body of water separating Long Island from Connecticut and other parts of the mainland. It was used frequently by the spy...

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