Alexander Rose, author of “Washington’s Spies”, discusses how the loyalty of the members of the Culper Ring made it impenetrable.
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Alexander Rose, author of “Washington’s Spies”, discusses the importance of Philadelphia in the Revolutionary War.
Abe and Anna embark on a mission to recover information at John Andre’s party.
Abraham learns that his enemy is still alive, while Major Hewlett tries to take back control.
Abraham is determined to get his revenge on Simcoe.
As Ben begins to garner General Washington’s support, Simcoe foils John Andre’s plan to use a double agent.
Ben is promoted by General Washington in order to lead the Spy Ring.
General Washington takes an interest in Ben’s plans in spite of General’s Scott’s reservations.
General Washington visits some of his men afflicted with Smallpox.
The Culper Spy Ring’s operation impresses General Washington.