Nathan Hale Schoolhouse, East Haddam

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Nathan Hale Schoolhouse is a historic site in East Haddam, Connecticut. In the winter of 1773, Nathan Hale briefly taught in this one-room schoolhouse before leaving East Haddam for another teaching position in New London, Connecticut. The schoolhouse is owned and operated by the Connecticut Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.

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  • A quaint little schoolhouse all alone on the banks of the CT River. Well preserved and taken care of. There are also three graves there of old time patriots  more »
  • A lovely stroll from Bishopsgate Inn with spectacular views of the Connecticut River. Love to learn the history of the area.  more »
  • A little gem of CT history. Volunteers open the building, some know more then others. All volunteers are welcoming people and help answer questions to the best of their ability. Many are members of local SOR or DAR chapters and are deeply interested in genealogy, American history, and this local area.
  • Great place to stop and vist
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