The events that led to the duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr include Hamilton’s support for Thomas Jefferson as president in 1800 and Hamilton’s public criticism of Burr during the 1804 New York gubernatoria... More »

Aaron Burr was the third vice president of the United States. He served under Thomas Jefferson from 1800 to 1804. Even though Burr and Jefferson had the same number of votes, the commentary of Burr's rival, Alexander Ham... More »

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Aaron Burr, the vice president of the United States, killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel on July 12, 1804. Burr challenged Hamilton to the duel because he was angry over Hamilton's various attacks on his character. More »

Aaron Burr, the vice president of the United States, killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel on July 12, 1804. Burr challenged Hamilton to the duel because he was angry over Hamilton's various attacks on his character. More »

Aaron Burr was the third vice president of the United States. He served under Thomas Jefferson from 1800 to 1804. Even though Burr and Jefferson had the same number of votes, the commentary of Burr's rival, Alexander Ham... More »

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The home state of Alexander Hamilton was New York, but his place of birth was Nevis, British West Indies. . He was a product of an adulterous affair. When his mother, Rachel Fawcett Lavine, was thrown out, she moved in w... More »

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Alexander Hamilton's economic plan involved setting up a national bank, taxing individuals and the federal government assuming the entire national debt, including the debt of each individual state. He also wanted the cou... More »