Nathan Hale Homestead Public Tour - 4505

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Friday September 29

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12:00 PM  –  1:00 PM

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Nathan Hale Homestead
2299 South Street
Coventry, CT 06238
(860) 742-6917

At the Nathan Hale Homestead, it is 1776, and a war for independence is underway. Learn how members of the Hale family supported the war effort by gathering supplies, helping their neighbors, and serving in the Continental Army. Nathan Hale, Connecticut’s State Hero, was born on the property in 1755. He was recruited as one of America’s earliest spies, but was caught and hanged by the British in September 1776. In the early 20th century, historic preservationist George Dudley Seymour purchased the home from a family still farming the property and restored it to honor Nathan Hale’s story. 

The Hale Homestead grounds are open year-round from dawn to dusk.
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