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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Additionally, the Maaco property is near Thornton Fractional South (2,314 students), Heritage Middle School Nathan Hale Elementary School, Lansing Country Club, Frank Hammond Elementary School, Wilbur Wright Middle School and Munster High School (1,522 students) which drives additional traffic near the property.
Meet Nathan Hale, the Eisner-nominated, New York Times best-selling youth graphic novelist and creator of the "Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales" series, "Rapunzel's Revenge," "Calamity Jack" and more.
A spokesperson for Tulsa Public Schools said Nathan Hale High School which is in the area cancelled all after-school practices and activities Thursday.
At Yale I found spying-as-patriotism represented in the statue of Nathan Hale, hands bound, awaiting execution by the hated British (I was told a replica fronted CIA headquarters at Langley).
In that same spirit (and featuring an Alexander Hamilton contemporary) comes Lafayette!--a graphic biography by Nathan Hale (Amulet Books).
He graduated from Nathan Hale High School in Tulsa.
From its historical perspective, The Hidden Side follows Mercy Howard, a young Long Island woman whose fiancA[c], Nathan Hale, has just been hanged for espionage.
Brooks, and "Nathan Hale, America's First Spy (9781634402965, $8.99)," by Aaron Derr, illustrated by Tami Wicinas.
I like these authors: Erin Hunter, Beverly Cleary, Ted Naifeh, and Nathan Hale.
"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.