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  • Patricia Hamilton
    625 words
    The Last Yankee by Arthur Miller is about a woman named Patricia Hamilton who is about to be released from a mental institution. The story takes place around the 1960 the New England Area. The play contains four characters. Their names were Leroy Hamilton, Patricia Hamilton, Leroy Frick, and Karen Frick. Leroy Hamilton was a relative of Alexander Hamilton. Frick and Hamilton's wives knew each other as they were friends in the institute. Frick is a rich, young business man. He works with oil comp...
  • Book Of Virginia Hamilton
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    I never thought seriously of any other career 1, Virginia Hamilton said, speaking of being an author. Virginia Hamilton is a very talented African American Childrens author. She was born on March 12, 1936 in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Her Mother had lived in Yellow Springs since the late 1850's. Virginia Hamilton said that she loves Yellow Springs. I live on land that has been in my family for generations 2 I love my hometown 3. She says, as a child, both of her parents were enthusiastic readers and ...
  • Constitutional Convention Hamilton
    484 words
    Alexander Hamilton arrived in New York early in 1773 to study medicine. His birth date is unknown but it is thought to be around 1775. He was in college while the colonies began to revolt against Britain. Hamilton took interest in the political issues going on in the colonies. He thought through the situating very thoroughly before stating his position on many issues. Hamilton wrote 'A Full Vindication of the Measures of Congress' which stated his opinion's on local and national politics. Thi's ...
  • John Adams And Hamilton
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    Alexander Hamilton was born as a British subject on the island of Nevis in the West Indies on the 11th of January 1755. His father was James Hamilton, a Scottish merchant of St. Christopher. His grandfather was Alexander Hamilton, of Grange, Lanarkshire. One of his great grandfathers was Sir R. Pollock, the Laird of Cambuskeith. Hamilton's mother was Rachael Fawcett e Levine, of French Huguenot descent. When she was very young, she married a Danish proprietor of St. Croix named John Michael Levi...
  • Motivation For Hamilton's Later Political Work
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    Alexander Hamilton is among a group of men extolled as the founders of America. These framers, as they are best known, tend to be grouped, by modern Americans, into a single, homogeneous aggregate of people, with identical beliefs, political tactics, and goals. This generalization is far from reality, however. This is demonstrated in Forrest McDonald's book, Alexander Hamilton: A Biography. Perhaps the most interesting part of the life of Alexander Hamilton was its first half. During this time, ...
  • Founding Of The National Bank Alexander Hamilton
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    Founding of The National Bank Alexander Hamilton formally served as military aide to Washington during the Revolution. Washington later appointed Hamilton as his secretary of treasury. Congress called on Hamilton to prepare a report on the nations finances. Hamilton had many enemies, but he was a great thinker. He believed that a strong government was essential to the country. He based his belief on that from Great Britain, whose success came from its system of public finance and its supremacy i...
  • Mr Oakley And Berry
    855 words
    The book 'The Sport of the Gods' by Paul is about an African American servant named Berry Hamilton who lived with Fannie and two kids, a son named Joe and daughter named Kit. They lived in a little cottage that sat in the back of the mansion of his employer Maurice Oakley. Berry had been a butler for Mr. Oakley for twenty years. Berry was a loyal and hard working man for Mr. Oakley. Mr. Oakley treated him with so much respect and gave him so much that Berry felt that he had no choice but to serv...
  • James Hamilton Muir
    820 words
    Workshop of the world Glasgow in 1901 James Hamilton Muir 328 pp, White Cockade One of the most vivid descriptions of Glasgow in 1901 is provided by the poet Edwin Muir in Scottish Journey. Plucked from Orkney, his childhood Eden, at the age of 14, Muir found it a slum-covered hell, inhabited by people whose faces "bear the knowledge of the slums within them". Even the well-to-do, in Muir's eyes, felt stained by the "surrounding filth", as if harbouring a secret knowledge of living "in a lavator...
  • Well Hamilton
    261 words
    Hamilton vs. Jefferson Adam Dyer 10/8/03 Hamilton:" Jefferson how has the poor people been doing these days". Jefferson:" Well Hamilton not so good with people like you in office."I fear that if i turn around that you would take the advantage and stab me in the back". Hamilton:" Jefferson that was one heck of a cheap shot."Now why don't we both act like grownups and fight polatics!" Jefferson:" Well it was your idea so you can pick a topic". Hamilton:" Well i think that we should raise the taxes...
  • Hamilton's Plan For A Strong Government
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    Jefferson and Hamilton had different views on what would be best for the new country. They both had completely opposite views on how the government would be run but Hamilton's plan would benefit the country better. Hamilton's idea was for a strong central government. Hamilton's believe for commerce and industry were the keys to a nation economy wealth. His plan was what the country needed. Political divisions in the new nation were great. Hamilton believed in a strong central government led pros...
  • Hamilton
    497 words
    Alexander Hamilton was brilliant businessman who came into the Treasury department with many ideas on how to stabilize the struggling American economy. He was a thirty-four year old native of the West Indies, who was a crucial part of President Washington's cabinet. His ideas and philosophies helped to pave th 4 e way for the Bank of America and the Treasury. As one of his first acts as Secretary of Treasury, Hamilton was determined to reverse the financial problems that plagued the government a...

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