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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Book Sales, Incorporated
Beginning with his early days in Scotland as a member of the radical chartists, this book covers the legendary Allan Pinkerton's days as a detective for the Chicago police force and his founding of the Northwest Detective Agency, the first of its kind in the Western hemisphere. It provides in-depth coverage of Pinkerton's role in the Civil War, where he became a trusted confidante of President Lincoln and is credited with establishing the first military intelligence unit for the United States.MacKay, James is the author of 'Allan Pinkerton The First Private Eye', published 2007 under ISBN 9780785822356 and ISBN 0785822356.
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