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Nathan Hale

Discuss the importance of Nathan Hale. Why was he selected for the Long Island espionage mission? What indicators existed that he was a bad choice? Why did he fail and how did his failure impact Washington's decisions regarding future espionage protocol?

Abraham Woodhull

Describe Abraham Woodhull's general background and personality. What elements made him an ideal candidate for the newly-formed spy ring?

Information Delivery System

Describe the system the group devised for passing information along the line and delivering it to Washington. What elements made it a good system? What potential dangers were present and how did the group plan to counter them?

Townsend Family

How did Townsend's family history influence his decision to join the spy ring?

Methods of Secrecy

Describe the various methods the Culper ring devised to keep their communications secret. Do you think they would be effective today? Why or why...

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