HamilTEN Questions - Brief interviews on Alexander Hamilton
The AHA Society reaches out to authors, historians, scholars, musuem personnel, tour guides, and others interested in Alexander Hamilton's life to hear what they have to say.
In a series of ten questions, the AHA Society explores the interviewee's interest in Alexander Hamilton, their favorite facts about his life, what historic moment they'd most like to witness, and more.
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Bryan Barreras is the author of the new Where Was The Room Where It Happened?, a location guide to historic sites associated with Alexander Hamilton and Hamilton: An American Musical and how people can visit them.
Michael E. Newton is a published author and scholar whose latest book, Alexander Hamilton: The Formative Years, looks at Hamilton's youth and service in the Revolutionary War.
Authors Tony Williams and Stephen Knott team up for the book Washington and Hamilton: The Alliance That Forged America that explores the relationship between George Washington and Alexander Hamilton and how their partnership was critical to the fledgling nation's success.
Richard Brookhiser is the author of Alexander Hamilton, American, writer and host of the PBS documentary Rediscovering Alexander Hamilton, and curator of the 2004 New-York Historical Society exhibit "Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America."
Thomas Fleming is the author of Duel: Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and the Future of America and over two dozen other books on history published over the last fifty-five years.