Alexander Hamilton’s life, from child to fiery politician, at the NY Historical Society

June 30, 2016
“Hamilton” mania may have begun in a theater, but New York City has ties to the founding father in every corner. And fans want to discover them all. “With the excitement around the Broadway show, people are craving information about Alexander Hamilton,” says Jennifer Schantz, chief operating officer at the New-York Historical Society. To feed the revolutionary fervor, the museum is launching Summer of Hamilton on July 4, a sprawling exhibit that looks at Hamilton’s entire life, from his childhood to a young man courting his future wife, to his time as one of America’s most colorful statesmen—much of which happened right here. Read more…
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