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Nathan Hale . By : Lauren Franklin Ms. Ryan’s class Spring 2014 . Early Years . Born on June 6, 1775 in Coventry, Connecticut Parents were Richard Hale and Elizabeth Strong

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    1. Nathan Hale By : Lauren Franklin Ms. Ryan’s class Spring 2014

    2. Early Years • Born on June 6, 1775 in Coventry, Connecticut • Parents were Richard Hale and Elizabeth Strong • Had 11 siblings

    3. Education • Went to Yale College at 14 years old • Graduated when he was 18 years old • Became a teacher • First taught in East Haddam and then in New London • Worked in a union grammar school • One of the top 13 scholars

    4. Jobs • Was a teacher • Joined the Connecticut Militia • Joined the Continental Army as a 1st lieutenant • Later promoted to be captain • Volunteered to act as a spy

    5. Role During the Revolution • He was a first lieutenant then a captain

    6. Role After the Revolution • He died in the Revolution

    7. Family • Nathan Hale didn't have a wife nor any children

    8. Death • Nathan Hale died because he was hanged • He died in 1776 • He died in New York City

    9. Honors and awards • There is a statue of him in New York City • He is also on a ½ cent stamp • Nathan Hale Elementary School • Nathan Hale Middle School • Nathan Hale High School • Nathan Hale Library

    10. Other interesting facts • He volunteered to be a spy • He died when he was 21 years old • He died near the intersection of East Broadway and Market Street • Classmates admired him • He was caught by Robert Rogers • He died September 22, 1776 • His last words were “I only regret that I have but one life to give to my country.”

    11. Books • World Book Encyclopedia

    12. Websites • http://www.connecticutsar.org/patriots/ • www.gutenberg. Org true stories of great Americans • www. EarlyAmericans.com