Burr–Hamilton duel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Burr–Hamilton duel was a duel between two 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.

What Happened in the Duel Between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron...

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Kean Collection/Archive Photos/Getty Images. Updated April 22, 2016. The duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr is not only one of the more fascinating parts of early United States history...

The American Experience | The Duel | People & Events | Alexander...

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People & Events Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr's Duel.

Joanne B. Freeman | FREEMAN / THE BURR-HAMILTON DUEL

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n july 11, 1804, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr fought what was to become the most famous duel in American history. This day of reckoning had been long approaching...

Alexander Hamilton - Mini Biography - Biography.com

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One of the United States' Founding Fathers, Alexander Hamilton's passionate political career ended in a famous duel with Aaron Burr. Learn more at Biography.com.

The 1804 Duel Between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr

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Alexander Hamilton regarded Burr as a unscrupulous man.

Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr Dueled to the Death

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...of July 11, 1804, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr raised their dueling pistols and took aim. Hamilton, the former secretary of the treasury, and Vice President Burr were longstanding political...

Burr slays Hamilton in duel - Jul 11, 1804 - HISTORY.com

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This Day in History: 07/11/1804 - Burr Slays Hamilton in Duel. In a This Day in History video, learn that on July 11, 1804, Aaron Burr fatally wounded Alexander Hamilton in a duel.

Duel At Dawn, 1804 | Alexander Hamilton

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The View of the Seconds. The day before the duel Alexander Hamilton wrote his will, setting his affairs in order. In the early morning of July 11...

Today in History: July 11 | A Tragic Duel

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A Tragic Duel. Alexander Hamilton, Photograph of a Fresco in the U.S. Capitol, Theodor Horydczak, photographer, circa 1920-1950.

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