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BC: US History Class (10-2) Cristy Fayad.

FC: Alexander Hamilton | United States Revolution | Cristy Fayad

1: Help create the government the US has now.

2: - Early Life | Born: January 11 1757, Island of St. Croix

3: - Parents: James Hamilton (English) and Rachel Fawcett Lavien (American) | - Columbian College (age 16) | - Age of 25 started studying Law | **Great Writer

4: - Attitude | - cared about others more than himself - Change loyalist into Patriots - Tried satisfying everyone - gave the public what they wanted.

5: - wished for strong government; however also wanted a government fair for everyone - Cared about reputation, but still didn't get to affect by it - Writing was delicate and convincing. (the government always looked upon him)

6: - Role in the American Revolution | - age 18: officer of artillery - 1777 assistance of Washington - Commander of troops in Siege of York

7: - Life after the War | - Back to New York (Treasure) - Kept writing and giving speeches - Help make the government it is now use in the US.

8: - Published papers | - All the Treasury reports from that time. - The Federals - Letters to and from Presidents

9: - Major events/ Accomplishments | - 1787: member of the federal government - 1789: leader of treasury (first one of all American History) - left-handed of Washington - Treaty of France (try abolishing

10: - Later Life | - Marry to Elizabeth Schuyler (From New York) - Had a total of eight kids (one fought and die in the American revolution)

11: - Was involved in a duel that President Colonel Burr proclaimed - He was being guilty about going against the government's way of ruling - Died on the day of the duel: July 12, 1604

12: - Monuments | - Apart from having some of his writings located in the American Museum of Natural History (located in New York), he also has a monument of himself in New York Central Park.

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