Grenville Dodge

Walch, Timothy
March 2014
Iowa Heritage Illustrated;Spring2014, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p51
The article explores the life and military career of railroad developer and military intelligence officer Grenville Mellen Dodge during the U.S. Civil War. Topics discussed include his managerial and engineering skills, his organization of a spy network of Southerners loyal to the Union, and his administration of the Missouri territory and its Indian population.


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