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Detective Pinkerton and Mr. Lincoln.

William Wise

Detective Pinkerton and Mr. Lincoln.

by William Wise

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Published by Dutton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Travel -- Washington (D.C.) -- Juvenile literature,
  • Pinkerton, Allan, 1819-1884 -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIllus. by Hoot van Zitzewitz.
    GenreJuvenile literature.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE457.4 .W65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5909423M
    LC Control Number64010696
    OCLC/WorldCa1361209

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      President-elect Abraham Lincoln showed no sign of being nervous or apprehensive about the late night ride Pinkerton operatives arranged for him to take on Febru Kate Warne noted in her records of the events surrounding Mr. Lincoln leaving Pennsylvania that . Allan Pinkerton is the author of a book ‘Spy of The Rebellion’ which was released in This book which was based on Allan’s real-life experiences as a detective has been the subject of many controversies. Many criticize Pinkerton’s intention of writing the book as a way to promote his agency.

    First audiobook to purchase and I picked a winner. The bar has been set high with this book. I wanted to learn more about Kate Warne, and I did. But was fascinated with Cypriano Ferrandini and his associates. Mr Pinkerton was a brilliant man. I felt like I was at times right in the room with Mr Lincoln. An agent of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency, "Pinkertons" for short, "Pinks" to their enemies. Not to be confused with Pinkos.. Founded in the s by Allan Pinkerton, the Pinkertons were often hired by corporations such as the railroad companies to investigate crimes against them and the activities of labor famous by their protection of Lincoln from an assassination.


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Detective Pinkerton and Mr. Lincoln [William Wise] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. hardcover with green dust jacket. Pre–Civil War Early detective work: Very little is known about Kate Warne prior to her working for Allan Pinkerton, except that she was born in Erin, Chemung County, New York and was a widow by age Pinkerton, in his book The Spy of the Rebellion (), described her as: [a] commanding person, with clear cut, expressive features a slender, brown-haired woman, graceful in Born:Erin, New York, U.S.

Get this from a library. Detective Pinkerton and Mr. Lincoln. [William Wise; Hoot Von Zitzewitz; Alfred Whital Stern Collection of Lincolniana (Library of Congress)] -- Tells of an assassination plot against Abraham Lincoln just before he took the oath of President, and of Alan Pinkerton's efforts to avert the plot.

Grades Detective Pinkerton and Mr. Lincoln. book Pinkerton’s most popular book is The Expressman and the Detective. Allan Pinkerton has books on Goodreads with ratings. Allan Pinkerton’s most popular book is The Expressman and the Detective.

The Baltimore Lincoln Assassination Plot and Other Civil War Secrets by. Allan Pinkerton, Chet Dembeck. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Two Evil Isms, Pinkertonism and Anarchism: by a Cowboy Detective Who Knows, as He Spent Twenty-two Years in the Inner Circle of Pinkerton's National Detective Agency ().

In opening the book with this gripping tale, Mr. Waller perhaps gives Pinkerton too much credit for sussing out the plot and convincing Lincoln it was credible. One of Pinkerton’s sleuths, Kate. How Kate Warne Saved President Lincoln: The Story Behind the Nation's First Woman Detective is a children's picture book written by Elizabeth Van Steenwyk and illustrated by Valentina Belloni.

It chronicles the story on how Kate Warne became a detective and ending up saving the life of President Abraham Lincoln/5(40). Pinkerton Crime Index. We deliver timely crime data, granular detail, and seasonal insights two years ahead of other crime reports - so you can make immediate decisions with confidence.

Navigation Through COVID In uncertain times like these, it can be difficult to identify the extent and impact a global pandemic can have on an organization. In the hour of peril, Pinkerton uncovers and foils an assassination plot on the life of Abraham Lincoln, directing him safely through the ranks of treason to his first inauguration.

The first recorded train robbery takes place and the Pinkerton Agency is called to locate and arrest the culprits. Allan Pinkerton published numerous popular detective books based on his agency’s cases.

In The Expressman and the Detective,he wrote about his first meeting with Kate Warne: “I was seated on afternoon in my private office, pondering deeply over some matters, and arranging various plans, when a lady was shown in.

At the outset of the U.S. Civil War, Mathew Brady dispatched a team of photographers to document the conflict. Among them was a Scottish-born immigrant named Alexander Gardner, the photographer who took this photo of Lincoln at Antietam as well as other famous wartime shots.

The man to Lincoln's right is Allan Pinkerton, founder of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency, whom Lincoln had as. Allan Pinkerton, founder of the Pinkerton Detective Agency, was hired to protect Abraham Lincoln before his inauguration on a train journey through Baltimore and.

Allan J. Pinkerton () To say that Allan J. Pinkerton lead a colorful life is a little bit of an understatement. In his long and varied career he was called a traitor and a patriot, an outlaw and a police officer, a thug and an idealist, a left-leaning political activist fighting for the plight of the workers and a hired goon for bosses, a defender of liberty and a trampler of rights.

Warne’s life seemed to begin inwhen the year-old walked into the Pinkerton National Detective Agency offices in Chicago and declared that she would like to become a detective.

Mr Lincoln's Secret Service was not today's Treasury Department Secret Service that guards the President and harasses counterfeiters, nor the political secret police of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, but an arm of the War Department; to be precise, the Office of the Provost-Marshal in Washington, D.C.

Home > Resources > The Civil War at > Gallery > Allan Pinkerton, Abraham Lincoln, and John A. McClernand. Allan Pinkerton, Abraham Lincoln, and John A. McClernand. Courtesy Library of Congress, LC-DIG-cwpb From left to right, Allan Pinkerton (–), the head of the Union Intelligence Services, President Abraham Lincoln, and Major General John A.

McClernand. Pinkerton, founded as the Pinkerton National Detective Agency, is a private security guard and detective agency created in the United States by Scottish-American spy Allan Pinkerton in It is a part of Securitas AB.

Pinkerton became famous when he claimed to have stopped a plot to assassinate president-elect Abraham Lincoln, who later hired Pinkerton agents for his personal security. While Mr.

Lincoln thought about what the detective had said, I signaled for Mr. Pinkerton to come out into the hallway. He followed me out of the room. Pinkerton’s information, along with the report I had received earlier from Colonel Sumner, both gathered independently, had convinced me that something was amiss in Baltimore.

Pinkerton's Inc., the nation's oldest and largest security services company, has donated its archives to the Library of Congress. The archives document the history of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency, founded in by Scottish immigrant Allan Pinkerton, one of the most important figures in crime detection and law enforcement during the latter half of the 19th imately.

Saving Mr. Lincoln. National detective: Allan Pinkerton in comes from the image of an open eye on Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency logo.) history and rise to national. Allan Pinkerton, the founder of his own detective agency in Chicago, had gathered intelligence for Union General George B.

McClellan during the early months of the civil war, while McClellan headed the Ohio department. The operation soon grew and Pinkerton soon set-up a Union spy operation in the summer ofworking under McClellan. “Pinkerton’s Secret” benefits from this undercover intrigue when the detective and his operatives, working incognito on a case in Baltimore, stumble across the plot to assassinate Lincoln.

“This outstanding picture book invites multiple readings and will be a delight for aspiring detectives.” Marissa Moss combines a compelling, yet little known, spy story with information about the early years of the famous Pinkerton Detective Agency and its founder, Allan Pinkerton, in this exceptional picture book.