The Burr–Hamilton duel was fought between prominent American politicians Aaron Burr, the sitting Vice President of the United States, and Alexander Hamilton, the former Secretary of the Treasury, at Weehawken, New Jersey on July 11, 1804.
Alexander Hamilton, a delegate to the Constitutional Convention and major author of the
Hamilton, once again, prevented Burr from winning by opposing his candidacy. Burr retaliated by challenging Hamilton to a duel.
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A $10 Death for Alexander Hamilton. The U.S. Treasury—turning on its very architect—announced plans to honor a woman on the $10 bill instead.
The first U.S. secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton was one of the leaders of the nation's
The actual rock "on which rested the head of Alexander Hamilton" after he was mortally wounded is now a
Few affairs of honor actually resulted in deaths, and the nation was outraged by the killing of a man as eminent as Alexander Hamilton.
Thus, Hamilton’s birth was illegitimate. Alexander Hamilton had one brother, James Hamilton.
Alexander Hamiltons death? Alexander Hamilton was strictly against dueling, because his son had been killed in one. Despite this, he accepted a duel, being challenged by Aaron Burr...