3 edition of Life of Captain Nathan Hale found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Military post library association of the United States, New York, pub. [from old catalog]|
|LC Classifications||E280.H2 L72|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||11014937|
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Nathan Hale, an American hero of the War of Independence, was born at Coventry, CT and educated at Yale, then becoming a school teacher. He joined a Connecticut regiment after the breaking out of the war, and served in the siege of Boston, being commissioned a captain at the opening of Died: Nathan Hale has long been a legend, the martyred hero of the American Revolution. James Hutson found out that another American tricked Hale into revealing his spy mission.. Hutson in was chief of the manuscript division of the Library of Congress when the library received an unexpected gem: a history of the American Revolution written by a Connecticut Loyalist, Consider Tiffany.
Nathan Hale A reasonably well written book, but after listening to it I have to question how well researched it was. Quoting from the book: "After Parliament made it's decision to amend the constitution, the first Continental Congress basically formed itself, with John Adams and . Nathan Hale was a captain in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War when he famously announced “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country” — just before being executed by the British for being a spy. Nathan Hale grew up in Connecticut and graduated from Yale College in
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PDF/ePub Info Share, | 9 / “Nathan Hale went to his hanging with the famously paraphrased line, ‘I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.’ M. William Phelps gives a new, fully documented life to this romantic, long-neglected American revolutionary.” R.
Scotti, author of The Sudden Sea and Basilica/5(55). After graduating from Yale University, Nathan Hale became a schoolteacher. When war began in the Life of Captain Nathan Hale book colonies, he joined a Connecticut regiment and was made a captain in Born: Life of Captain Nathan Hale: The Martyr-spy of the American Revolution () - Kindle edition by Stuart, Isaac William.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Life of Captain Nathan Hale: The Martyr-spy of the American Revolution ().Price: $ Nathan Hale, (born June 6,Coventry, Connecticut [U.S.]—died SeptemManhattan Island, New York), American Revolutionary officer who attempted to spy on the British and was hanged.
He attended Yale University, where he graduated inand became a schoolteacher, first in East Haddam and then in New joined a Connecticut regiment inserved in the siege of. Captain Nathan Hale is a bronze statue of Nathan Hale, by Bela Lyon is located at the south facade of the Robert F.
Kennedy Department of Justice Building, 10th Street and Constitution Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C. The statue was given to the United States government in by American antiquarian George Dudley example was cast aroundand dedicated Artist: Bela Lyon Pratt.
OCLC Number: Notes: Genealogy of the family of Capt. Nathan Hale. By Rev. Edward E. Hale: p. Description: 2 preliminary leaves, xii pages, 1 leaf,  pages 1.
William Phelps discussed the life of Nathan Hale, a captain in George Washington’s army, who spied on the British during the Revolutionary War. Following his capture and imminent death Nathan. Son of Thomas Hale d and Mary Hutchinson, husband of Sarah Northend married 16 May Book: Descendants of Thomas Hale by RS Hale quotes; He spent most of his life in Newbury, but shortly before his death removed to Rowley.
He was a man of immense size, said by tradition to have weighed over pounds, and Burial: Rowley Burial Ground, Rowley, Essex County. Gr 4–7—About-to-be-executed spy Nathan Hale entertains his captors and readers by telling stories about U.S. history in this popular graphic novel series.
In this installment, Hale returns to the setting of the American Revolution to focus on the early life of French aristocrat and Revolutionary War hero Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stuart, I.W.
(Isaac William), Life of Captain Nathan Hale. Hartford, F.A. Brown; New York, D. Appleton co; #1 New York Times bestselling author and decorated war veteran Oliver North captures the grueling reality of the Revolutionary War in this action-packed historical thriller.
A terrific dramatic story of how the American army that beat the British was forged has never been better told.
Nathan Hale () Nathan Hale was a Connecticut patriot and spy during the Revolutionary in Coventry inHale attended Yale College before becoming a schoolteacher in East Haddam and New the outbreak of hostilities at Lexington and Concord, Hale joined the Connecticut militia and then the Continental army’s Seventh Connecticut Regiment.
Nathan Hale: The Life and Death of America's First Spy is a fascinating read, although some of the ends were certainly not tied together. I personally think it was good read, but not as good as George D. Seymour's/5. Full text of "Life of Captain Nathan Hale: The Martyr-spy of the American Revolution" See other formats.
Nathan Hale has long been enshrined as a patriotic American icon for his last words before his hanging by the British, “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.” M. William Phelps, who is the author of the new book The Life and Death of America’s First Spy: Nathan Hale, believes Hale never uttered those exact : Ray Nothstine.
Illustration of Nathan Hale approaching the British from Life of Captain Nathan Hale, the Martyr Spy of the American Revolution by Isaac William Stuart, How History Remembers Nathan Hale Hale was not a very good spy, but he was a patriotic and likeable young man with many good friends who, over the years, kept his memory alive.
Nathan Hale was Captain of a company of Connecticut volunteers. His men fairly worshiped him. He was the steward of their rations, clothing, and money, and the sympathetic confidant of every lad in his regiment.
He was a careful student of military tactics, and often served on picket duty. Nathan Hale: The Life and Death of America's First Spy is somewhat of a disappointment.
Not in the book itself which is well-written and provides a bird's eye view of the revolution. It's a disappointment because the life and death of Nathan Hale is so anti-climatic/5(13).
Nathan Hale was a soldier for the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. A captain in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, he famously announced "I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country" just before being executed by the British for being a spy.
Title: Life of Captain Nathan Hale, the martyr-spy of the American revolution Author Name: I.W. Stuart Categories: American History, Publisher: Hartford, F.
A. Brown.The book Nathan Hale: The Life and Death of America’s he was soon drawn into the colonies’ war for independence and became a captain in Washington’s army.
When the general was in need of a spy, Hale willingly rose to the challenge, gathering intelligence behind British lines on Long Island, and in the end bravely sacrificing his life.Few Americans know much more about Nathan Hale than his famous last words: "I only regret that I have one life left to give for my country." But who was the real Nathan Hale?
M. William Phelps charts the life of this famed patriot and Connecticut's state hero, following Hale's rural childhood, his education at Yale, and his work as a schoolteacher.3/5(11).