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Nathan Hale

  • Congressional Globe
    • The Congressional Globe, House of Representatives, Twenty-Fifth Congress, 1837-1839, Second Session, December 4, 1837 - July 9, 1838, Blair & Rives page 482
    • Register of Debates, Senate, Twenty-Fourth Congress, 1835-1837, First Session, December 7, 1835 - July 4, 1836, Gales and Seaton 1836 page 323
    • Senate, Twenty-Fourth Congress, 1835-1837, First Session, December 7, 1835 - July 4, 1836, Blair & Rives page 156
    • House of Representatives, Twenty-Fourth Congress, 1835-1837, First Session, December 7, 1835 - July 4, 1836, Gales and Seaton 1836 page 2134
    • Many other citations for the monument & bill
    • House of Representatives, Twenty-Fourth Congress, 1835-1837, First Session, December 7, 1835 - July 4, 1836, Gales and Seaton 1836 page 2557

Addidtional Resources on Nathan Hale

Items from the catalog on Nathan Hale

Subject search Hale, Nathan, 1755-1776

  • Documentary life of Nathan Hale, comprising all available official and private documents bearing on the life of the patriot, together with an appendix, showing the background of his life ... By George Dudley Seymour New-Haven, Priv. printed for the author, 1941  STLib Stacks E280.H2 S516   
  • A sacrifice of "seventy-six," Nathan Hale, "one of the fortunate few who do not die," 1776... By Ellen Morgan Frisbie..[New London, Conn., Lucretia Shaw chapter, Daughters of the American revolution, 1915]  STLib Stacks E280.H2 F9   Internet Archive
  • Nathan Hale. The martyr-hero of the revolution, with a Hale genealogy and Hale's diary. By Charlotte Molyneux Holloway E280.H2 H75 1902b
  • Nathan Hale to Enoch Hale : autographed letter, signed 3 June 1776 / [pref. by Dorothy W. Bridgwater]  STLib Stacks E280.H2 A4 1954   

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