Founding Father, immigrant, Secretary of the Treasury, author of the Federalist Papers, face of the $10 bill and favorite son of New York - Alexander Hamilton is at last getting his due thanks to "Hamilton" on Broadway. Come walk in Hamilton's footsteps through Lower Manhattan, visiting his favorite drinking spot, Wall Street home, site of the "rap battle" debates with Jefferson, his final resting spot and more. These 7 sites spotlight Hamilton's evolution from daring militiaman to unrelenting lawyer to Constitution debater to tragic martyr.
Things I love: afternoon lattes, "Hamilton" the Musical, trying out new recipes, history books that don't put me to sleep, New York City. Things I am trying to love: doing my own taxes, alarmist weather terminology, crossword puzzles, meditation, New York City.
>They're battering down the Battery
>Let’s have another round tonight...
The northwest corner of Water and Wall Street is a massively important site that has been lost to the passing of time. This is the site of …
> Why do you write like you’re running out of time?
> Did you know, even then, it doesn't matter
> Winning was easy, young man. Governing’s harder.
> Every other founding father's story gets told