Alexander Hamilton"s Ethnicity and Abolitionism has been scrutinized since the Hit Broadway Play. We share these clips from 2004, July 12th a Discussion at the 200th Memorial of Hamilton's duel. Author Ron Chernow was asked to address Hamilton's ethicity by Harlem's very own QUEEN MOTHER DR. DELAUISE BLAKELY. Clip number two is a Abraham Lincoln's Speech on the framers of the Constitution and Their Votes on Slavery, read by Actor Sam Waterson. Clip number three is an excellent presentation on Hamilton's duel by Yale Professor Joanne Freeman.
This is an excellent time for you to visit a few of the Historic sites associated with Hamilton.
Prep School for Princeton Theology School, 42 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey
Paterson Great Falls, Hamilton's Industrial Revolution Model City Powered By The Falls, 72 McBride Ave, Paterson, NJ 07501
The Dueling Grounds Weehaken, NJ
General Charles Lee, Fort Lee NJ
Hamilton's Home Museum in Harlem 414 West 141 Street, New York
African Free School (co-founder ) 135-137 Mulberry Street
Black Abolitionists, Prominent World Renowned Alums of The African Free school
Henry Highland Garnet 185 Bleeker Street, NYC & Dr james McCune Smith 93 West Broadway NYC
Erasmus High School, Hamilton and Aaron Burr were co-founders of America's First Public High School
899-925 Flatbush Avenue; Brooklyn
Trinity Church, Burial Ground ~ 74 Trinity Place at Wall street and Broadway