Nathan Hale

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The Revolutionary Times

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Bio and Early Life

Nathan Hale was born in 1755 in Tolland County, Connecticut. He had a Father and a Mother (Robert Hale and Elizabeth Strong). Hale's Family was part of the lower class of people and were not very wealthy or respected. He also had a cousin (Who ratted Nathan out to the British). He went to the University of Yale were he excelled in athletics, literary, and oratorical.

Role in Revolution

Nathan was a spy for the patriots. Nathan got information for the battle's of Lexington and Concord. He also got information on the British's military strengths for General George Washington. Nathan Thought since he was so young that he would be a good spy.

Role Played After Revolution

Nathan Hale was hanged mid-revolution and he did not get to see the end. But he is remembered by his last words "I only regret that I have but one life to live for my country."
He is also long known as the "Martyr Spy". And if not for Nathan Hale we might have lost the war due to the important information he got for the patriots.