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Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, was an illegitimate orphan born in the West Indies who grew up to marry Elizabeth Schuyler, daughter of the wealthiest man in New York State. He becam... More »

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Facts about Hamilton Township include that it was incorporated in 1842, making it one of Mercer County's earliest established communities. The township's present-day territory covers part of the former Township of Nottin... More »

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Facts about George Washington's view on the Presidency include that he originally did not think the President should receive a salary, he established a cabinet of advisors, and he felt that differing opinions on the cabi... More »

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Alexander Hamilton is famous for becoming the first secretary of the treasury and for being a major author of the Federalist papers. He was also instrumental in convincing the delegates of New York to agree to the ratifi... More »

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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 »

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Alexander Hamilton's assumption plan was a plan that asked for federal "assumption" of the state debts within the United States so that the economy could be stimulated and so that the nation could be strengthened as a un... More »

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Sacagawea was the daughter of a Shoshone chief. She was kidnapped by a Hidatsa war party at about age 12 and sold to a fur trader. She was the only woman on Louis and Clark's expedition to the Louisiana Purchase territor... More »

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