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by Lafayette Charles Baker

ePub History of United States Secret Service 1868 (Foundations of criminal justice) download
Author:
Lafayette Charles Baker
ISBN13:
978-0404091064
ISBN:
0404091067
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Publisher:
Ams Pr Inc (December 1, 1960)
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Americas
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Lafayette Baker served as a Union?spy during the Civil War and eventually took . Baker passed away a year after publishing his book in 1868.

Lafayette Baker served as a Union?spy during the Civil War and eventually took over the Union Intelligence Service from Allan Pinkerton. Baker suspected Secretary of War Edwin Stanton of corruption and was demoted after tapping his telegraph wires. After Lincoln's assassination, he returned to Washington, . and played a vital role in rounding up those involved in the assassination plot.

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Lafayette Curry Baker (October 13, 1826 – July 3, 1868) was a United States investigator and spy, serving the Union . Baker's exploits are mainly known through his book A History of the Secret Service which he published in 1867 after his fall from grace

Lafayette Curry Baker (October 13, 1826 – July 3, 1868) was a United States investigator and spy, serving the Union Army, during the American Civil War and under Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. YouTube Encyclopedic. Baker's exploits are mainly known through his book A History of the Secret Service which he published in 1867 after his fall from grace. During the early months of the Civil War, he spied for General Winfield Scott on Confederate forces in Virginia. Despite numerous scrapes, he returned to Washington, . with information that Scott evidently thought valuable enough to raise him to the rank of captain.

The United States Secret Service in the Late War : Comprising the Author's Introduction to the Leading Men at Washington, with the Origin and Organization of the United States Secret Service Bureau, and a Graphic History of Rich and Exciting. Created by La Fayette Charles 1826-1868 Baker. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

History /. Of tub. United states secret service. General L. C. baker, chief national detective police. It is not a book of roman- ticadventures, but a narrative of facts in the secret history of the conflict, and mainly an exposure of the manifold and gigantic frauds and crimes of both the openly disloyal and the professed friends of the Republic. Many reports are introduced, some of which are lengthy, and portions of them are dry, because they are the official records of the work done, and the verification of the statements made, and the highest vindication of the character and importance of the secret service.

Events from the year 1868 in the United States. President: Andrew Johnson (D-Tennessee). Vice President: vacant. Chief Justice: Salmon P. Chase (Ohio). Speaker of the House of Representatives: Schuyler Colfax (R-Indiana). January 6 – Asa Mercer and a number of new "Mercer Girls" sail from Massachusetts for the West Coast, arriving in Seattle on May 23.

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