Alexander Hamilton
Alexander Hamilton was one of the key Founding Fathers of the United States. He served as chief staff aide to George Washington during the Revolutionary War, was one of the driving forces behind the Constitution, the founder of the American financial system, founder of the Federalist Party, the Coast Guard, and The New York Post. He was the first Secretary of the Treasury, and is still today regarded as one of the most significant people in United States history.

Full Name Alexander Hamilton
Who politician
Birth Date January 11, 1755
Death Date July 12, 1804
Country United States
Born Charlestown, St. Kitts & Nevis
Died New York, New York, USA
Cause of Death duel - shot to death
Education Columbia University
Father James A. Hamilton
Mother Rachel Faucette
Spouse Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton
Siblings James Hamilton

Philip Hamilton

Angelica Hamilton

Alexander Hamilton Jr.

James Alexander Hamilton

John Church Hamilton

William Stephen Hamilton

Elizabeth Holly Hamilton

Philip "Little Phil" Hamilton


Hamilton met Louis Philippe I when the future French king was exiled from his nation, and visiting the United States in 1795.

How Added - Was on "100 Most Significant People in History" list by Time magazine.

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