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Allan Pinkerton (center) & Kate Warne (back).  Warne (1833-1868) came to Pinkerton as a widow answering an ad for a detective. Kate argued that women could be "most useful in worming out secrets in many places which would be impossible for a male detective." Warne successfully worked high profile cases, including protecting Abraham Lincoln from an assassination plot by smuggling him through Baltimore in a series of disguises.  She died of pneumonia and is buried in the Pinkerton family plot.

The photo is taken of Allan Pinkerton (sitting on the right) during the Civil War at Antietam. Standing behind Pinkerton is believed to be Kate Warne, the first female detective in America.

Pinkerton detective Kate Warne

January was the first female detective in the United States. Hired by Allen Pinkerton, she was one of his most trusted agents.

The only probable picture of Kate Warne, the first female detective. Not only was she the first detective, but she even went on to save the life of president elect Abraham Lincoln after uncovering a plot to assassinate him on the way to Washington D.C. to take office. She was best known for being a master of disguise, able to switch from Union soldier, to Southern debutante, to a harmless grandmother.

This is probably the only picture of Kate Warne, the first female detective. She went on to save the life of president elect Abraham Lincoln after uncovering a plot to assassinate him on the way to Washington D. to take office.

Kate Warne, female detective with the Pinkerton agency 1856-1868(?)  She and Timothy Webster helped President Abraham Lincoln get safely from Illinois to Washington, DC after his election. She was also the first woman in the U.S. Secret Service.

Kate Warne, female detective with the Pinkerton agency She and Timothy Webster helped President Abraham Lincoln get safely from Illinois to Washington, DC after his election.