The Life and Times of Alexander Hamilton: Aide-de-camp, Secretary, and Minister of General Washington. Illustrating the History of the United States, During the First Years of American Independence; and Containing Sketches of Thomas Jefferson, Aaron Burr, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, the Marquis de Lafayette, General Lee, Benedict Arnold, Major André, Etc. Etc
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CHAPTER PAGE 1 WASHINGTON
THE YOUNG VOLUNTEER
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The Life and Times of Alexander Hamilton: Aide-De-Camp, Secretary, and ...
Christopher James Riethmüller
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