Nathan Hale: Yale 1773 :: Curator: Richard E. Mooney mssa exhibition

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IMAGES AND NAMESAKES
booklet CAPT. NATHAN HALE
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Edward Everett Hale, grand-nephew
Edward Everett Hale, best known as author of The Man Without a Country (1863). He was the family member who did the most to keep Nathan's memory alive. Grandson of Nathan's closest brother, Enoch, he delivered this tribute to Nathan in 1881. A Unitarian minister he was chaplain of the U. S. Senate for six years.