The Persecution Of Alexander Hamilton's Earthly Career

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Alexander Hamilton, a well-rounded man in general, launched his earthly career in a modest town on one of the islands in the British West Indies. Alexander Hamilton was born in the city of Charlestown, Nevis, an island in the British West Indies, on January 11, 1755, or 1757, but the exact year is unknown. James Hamilton, Alexander’s father, was a trader and merchant from Scotland who abandoned the family with Alexander at a young age. Alexander’s mother, Rachel Faucet, was part-French Huguenot and part-British who ran away from her first husband to marry James. Hamilton learned quick, and soon became the most desired student for a teacher instructing him in his classes. At the mere age of six years old, Alexander taught himself

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