S: Nathan Hale By Michael Pietroiacovo
FC: Nathan Hale | By: Michael Pietroiacovo
1: Nathan Hale was a kind hearted careful person who gave his life for his country. He was a young man who had every prospect for a happy fulfilling life. He was very well educated for a person in his day.
2: Nathan was born June 6, 1755 in Coventry Connecticut. Nathan Hale had a large family with 11 brothers and sisters. When Nathan was 14, he went to collage at Yale for two years, and graduated at 16. after collage, Nathan taught school.
3: Nathan was a risky man. After he was elected captain to NYC, Nathan became a spy for George Washington. Nathan really looked up to him. Though Nathan was a spy, he didn't dislike Great Britain, he only wanted to set his country free from British restrictions.
4: Nathan Hale held a position of rank of commander and became captain on April 30, 1776. His amiability, intelligence, and love of learning are mirrored in his friends, his outstanding career at Yale, and his growing success as a schoolmaster.
5: Yet in spite of the above, this remarkable young man ended his life on September 22, 1776 when he was 21 in the most dreadful manner known to his day: death by hanging. "I only regret that I have, but for one life to lose for my country." were Nathans last words before his brutal death. William Hull later told the world about Nathan, his best friends remarkable life.