The Resource History of the United States Secret Service, by L.C. Baker

History of the United States Secret Service, by L.C. Baker

Label
History of the United States Secret Service
Title
History of the United States Secret Service
Statement of responsibility
by L.C. Baker
Title variation
  • History of the Secret Service
  • Secret Service
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1826-1868
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Baker, La Fayette C.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Baker, La Fayette C.
  • Secret service
  • Official secrets
  • Criminal law
  • United States
Label
History of the United States Secret Service, by L.C. Baker
Link
https://archive.org/details/historyofuniteds00inbake
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
General Baker and the Bureau of Secret Service -- Origin of the Bureau of Detective Service -- Residence in Richmond -- Northern experiences as Confederate agent -- Treason and traitors at the North -- A Knight of the Golden Square -- Disloyalty among the postmasters --Frauds: disloyalty in Maryland -- Official services and embarrassments: new order of things -- An official visit to Manassas: the waste of war -- Frauds by government employees and others -- Stealing: smuggling liquors into the army -- Cards, treasures, female spy -- The Bureau in Canada, in the army -- Wealthy traitors: fruitless schemes -- Slavery, playing rebel general, First District Cavalry -- First District Cavalry -- The animus of secession -- English sympathy with the South: Negro hate in Washington -- Gigantic vices of the national capital -- Complaints against the Bureau -- Investigations in the Treasury Department -- Startling disclosures in the Treasury Department -- Unfounded charges: my own and the minority report -- A perilous adventure -- Cotton speculations -- Speculation and fraud -- Counterfeiters and counterfeiting -- A female adventurer -- The bounty jumpers -- The bounty jumpers and brokers -- Bounty jumping incidents -- Bounty jumpers in organized bands -- The great conspiracy -- The assassins captures -- The detective police and the arrest of the Assassins -- Letters on the assassination -- Final report of results: the case of Wirz -- Attempted suicide of Wirz -- The new president, ordered South, results -- Major and Mr. Cobb, pardons, indictments -- Resignation of commission -- The progress of the trail -- Closing scenes in court
Extent
1 online resource (704 pages, [16] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • Lincoln copy bound in cloth.
  • Lincoln copy: Handwritten signature in pencil on flyleaf: Stephen T. Ganford.
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
History of the United States Secret Service, by L.C. Baker
Link
https://archive.org/details/historyofuniteds00inbake
Publication
Contents
General Baker and the Bureau of Secret Service -- Origin of the Bureau of Detective Service -- Residence in Richmond -- Northern experiences as Confederate agent -- Treason and traitors at the North -- A Knight of the Golden Square -- Disloyalty among the postmasters --Frauds: disloyalty in Maryland -- Official services and embarrassments: new order of things -- An official visit to Manassas: the waste of war -- Frauds by government employees and others -- Stealing: smuggling liquors into the army -- Cards, treasures, female spy -- The Bureau in Canada, in the army -- Wealthy traitors: fruitless schemes -- Slavery, playing rebel general, First District Cavalry -- First District Cavalry -- The animus of secession -- English sympathy with the South: Negro hate in Washington -- Gigantic vices of the national capital -- Complaints against the Bureau -- Investigations in the Treasury Department -- Startling disclosures in the Treasury Department -- Unfounded charges: my own and the minority report -- A perilous adventure -- Cotton speculations -- Speculation and fraud -- Counterfeiters and counterfeiting -- A female adventurer -- The bounty jumpers -- The bounty jumpers and brokers -- Bounty jumping incidents -- Bounty jumpers in organized bands -- The great conspiracy -- The assassins captures -- The detective police and the arrest of the Assassins -- Letters on the assassination -- Final report of results: the case of Wirz -- Attempted suicide of Wirz -- The new president, ordered South, results -- Major and Mr. Cobb, pardons, indictments -- Resignation of commission -- The progress of the trail -- Closing scenes in court
Extent
1 online resource (704 pages, [16] leaves of plates
Form of item
online
Note
  • Lincoln copy bound in cloth.
  • Lincoln copy: Handwritten signature in pencil on flyleaf: Stephen T. Ganford.
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits)
Specific material designation
remote

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