Life of Captain Nathan Hale: The Martyr-Spy of the American Revolution

By: Stuart, I.W.

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First edition. Boards rubbed and soiled, foxed throughout, bookplate remnant on front endpaper. 1856 Hard Cover. xii, [2], [13]-271, [1], 12 pp. 8vo. Blue cloth, gilt titles. Lithographic frontispiece and plates. A biography of the soldier in the Continental Army and member of Knowlton's Rangers, the first organized intelligence service organization of the United States of America. Hale spied on the British, and was captured and executed during a mission in New York City. His service earned him the title of state hero of Connecticut.

Title: Life of Captain Nathan Hale: The Martyr-Spy of the American Revolution

Author: Stuart, I.W.

Categories: Military, Revolutionary Era through 1800, Early Imprints, Military,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: F.A. Brown: 1856

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2292196

Keywords: BIOGRAPHY MILITARY NATHAN HALE MARTYR SPY AMERICAN REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONARY WAR COLONIAL AMERICA COLONIES CAPTAIN,