Spy Diary

Elizabeth Van Lew asked to be allowed to visit Union prisoners held by the Confederates in Richmond and began taking them food and medicines. She realized that many of the prisoners had been marched through Confederate lines on their way to Richmond and were full of useful information about Confederate movements. She became a spy for the North for the next four years, setting up a network of couriers, and devising a code. For her efforts during the Civil War, Elizabeth Van Lew was made Postmaster of Richmond by General Grant.

TradeCraft Techniques and Gear

What's the best dead drop mark?, from MaryK@ibuyspy.com, posted 1/8/2001 8:06 AM
Best night vision gear for nocturnal paint ball?, from BrettH@ibuyspy.com, posted 1/10/2001 8:27 AM
Foreign language terms for 'mole'?, from JennaJ@ibuyspy.com, posted 1/11/2001 8:49 AM
AMT Mini Night Vision Monocular, from ManishG@ibuyspy.com, posted 1/12/2001 9:16 AM

Recipes From the Field

Edible Tape Puttanesca, from MaryK@ibuyspy.com, posted 12/20/2001 2:10 PM
Help - need a Survival Bar recipe, from RajivP@ibuyspy.com, posted 12/20/2001 2:25 PM
Eat my shoelaces, from BrettH@ibuyspy.com, posted 12/20/2001 2:30 PM


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Secret Diary of a Field Operative TomVZ@ibuyspy.comDossiers12/20/2001
Toaster Boat Users Guide TomVZ@ibuyspy.comDocumentation12/20/2001
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The Edible Tape Recipe Book TomVZ@ibuyspy.comDocumentation12/20/2001