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Founding

The Nathan Hale Chapter was organized November 30, 1895 on the 113th anniversary of the day that the British acknowledged the Independence of the American colonies. The history of Nathan Hale Chapter begins with … Read more

Gavel & Charter

The Nathan Hale Chapter has a very special gavel. Its original 1895 charter … Read more

Statue

Given to the city on July 10, 1907, the Nathan Hale statue was the first monument west of Ohio to honor the patriot. Today, the triangular bit of land is known as Nathan Hale Park at the corner of Saint Paul’s Summit, Portland and Western Avenues … Read more

Sibley House

For more than 100 years, Nathan Hale Chapter has supported the restoration of the home of Minnesota’s first governor, Henry Hastings Sibley … Read more

WWI

During the Great War, Nathan Hale Chapter members worked in several ways to assist the war effort … Read more

Merriam Park Library

Nathan Hale Chapter promoted patriotism and education when providing a 30-foot flagpole for the newly built Merriam Park Library in Saint Paul … Read more

Education

From the beginning of the chapter, Nathan Hale has supported the education of our nation’s youth.  Our founders began a contest … Read more

Conservation

Nathan Hale Chapter demonstrates its patriotism through conservation … Read more

Marker Rededication

In 2018, Nathan Hale Chapter refurbished and rededicated a WWI memorial to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War … Read more

Regents

More than 40 women have served as Regent (president) of Nathan Hale Chapter … Read more

(Photos from Nathan Hale Chapter Archives.)