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NATHAN HALE


Picture of Nathan Hale

1755-1776

Spy for Washington

Biographical Data
Religious Views
Quotations
References, Links, & Further Reading



Education: Yale

Occupation: schoolteacher, spy

Political Affiliation:


Religious Affiliation:

Summary of Religious Views:

While awaiting execution, Hale requested either access to a clergyman or a bible, but was refused both.

Views on Religion & Politics:


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References, Links, & Further Reading: Books, Articles, Links


Books

Harlan L. Hagman, Nathan Hale and John Andre: Reluctant Heroes of the American Revolution, Heart of the Lakes, 1992
Benson J. Lossing, The Two Spies: Nathan Hale And John Andre (1904), Appleton, 1904

Articles

Mary Beth Baker, "Nathan Hale: Icon of Innocence," Connecticut History, Vo. 45, No. 1, Spring 2006, pp. 1-30

Links

The Execution of Nathan Hale, 1776 (EyeWitness)
Captain Nathan Hale By Rev. Edward Everett Hale
Captain Nathan Hale By Mary J. Ortner
Nathan Hale Revisited (Library of Congress)
The State Hero Nathan Hale 1755-1776 (State of Connecticut)



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