Woods Runner - Covert Communication, Chapter 15 and Civilian Intelligence Summary & Analysis

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Covert Communication, Chapter 15 and Civilian Intelligence Summary

In "Covert Communications," Paulsen describes some of the ways that British and American forces used secret codes and writing to pass along information on the enemy's movements.

Chapter 15 sees Samuel, Annie, and Abner approaching New York City on the main road. As they travel, they see more and more refugees and American soldiers, some wounded, making their way in the opposite direction. When all of the soldiers seem to disappear into the brush, Abner senses that British troops are on their way. Soon, a unit of redcoats comes marching down the road from the direction of New York City, followed by several supply wagons. The soldiers do not stop, but march through.

After a while, the wagon approaches a farm and Abner says they will stop for a good meal. He pulls his...

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