My #1 Most Read Post–A Mysterious Woman Who Gave Her Life for Liberty
I discovered an astounding statistic the other day. You know I often write blogs about tough, stubborn, gritty women who beat the odds, improvised, adapted, overcame and helped build the country we love. Well, the #1 most read blog I’ve written is, of course, about one of these women–one from the Revolutionary War. Over 15,000 hits! Hmmm. Maybe I’m writing in the wrong genre!
Anyway, if you haven’t yet, check out my take on identifying the heroic and mysterious Agent 355! What a woman. Let me know if you agree with my theory on who she was!
Posted on March 27, 2019, in Ladies in Defiance and tagged a lady in defiance, about the Revolutionary War, Agent 355, American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, American Women in the Revolutionary War, culper spy ring, Daughters of the American Revolution, female spies, female spies in the revolutionary war, George Washington, heather frey, ladies in defiance, names of female spies in the revolutionary war, Revolutionary War, revolutionary wary revolutionary war, Robert Townsend, Washington's spy ring, what was the revolutionary war, what was the revolutionary war about, when was the revolutionary war, women in the revolutionary war, women spies, women spies in the american revolution. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
I don’t remember this.
She must have been very patriotic, very determined and very confident. I say all that because in previous fictional books I have read, it is not “seemly” for a woman to do this. To risk being found out and to go through all the channels to get to Washington and the physical ardor of doing such a thing is quite the accomplishment. Kudos to her! I don’t think I am made of the same “stuff “ !!!
Thank you for all that I learn from you.