Nathan Hale


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Noun1.Nathan Hale - a soldier of the American Revolution who was hanged as a spy by the BritishNathan Hale - a soldier of the American Revolution who was hanged as a spy by the British; his last words were supposed to have been `I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country' (1755-1776)
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Chimney Champs is the preferred historical masonry restoration provider for Connecticut Landmarks, and have done historical masonry restoration work on a variety of historic Connecticut properties including the Nathan Hale House, Hempstead Houses, Buttolph Williams House, Isham-Terry House, Phelps-Hathaway House, Bellamy-Ferriday House, Amos Bull House and many others.
Using the analogy of the eighteenth-century American Revolutionary War army officer Nathan Hale who became a spy--and was caught by the British and executed--Henriksen attempts to trace the dynamic interplay between those who do soldiering activities and those who do spying activities.
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Other titles in the series include "Treaties, Trenches, Mud and Blood" (a World War I tale), "The Underground Abductor" (an abolitionist tale), "Donner Dinner Party" (about an ill-fated mission of explorers), "Big Bad Ironclad" (about ironclad steam warships used in the Civil War), and "One Dead Spy" (about Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale, a spy hanged by the British).
Americans with a modicum of historical knowledge (an increasingly smaller percentage of the general population) are aware of this in a vague, general fashion usually limited to name recognition of Nathan Hale and Benedict Arnold.