A collection of resources on Alexander Hamilton.

 



 

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Lesson One: Early American Influences Lesson Two: Centralized Power Struggle Lesson Three: Government - Federal and Local Considerations
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Teaching with \"Hamilton\" Article with many resources. From the School Library Journal.
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Alexander Hamilton: Primary Sources, Timeline and other sources
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Biography of Alexander Hamilton

by Marshall Cavendish

Provided by Marshall Cavendish. Citation: Richert, Scott P. "Hamilton, Alexander." Exploring American History: 1550 to 1877. Marshall Cavendish Digital. 2009. 20 July 2009 .
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Alexander Hamilton (1757-1804)

by Bill of Rights Institute EDUCATING INDIVIDUALS about THE CONSTITUTION

In this lesson, students will study the life of Alexander Hamilton. Students will learn about his reasoning in support of a single and powerful executive leader, role at the Constitutional Convention, the role he played in shaping the government of the United States, and much more.
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In this unit, students will read the philosophical and policy statements of Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and others to better understand the nature and positions of the first political parties in the United States.
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Students will develop deeper understandings of the ways in which the Founding Fathers thought about the government of their new nation.
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