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Held by The Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society

New York and Northeast New Jersey

July 6-17, 2016


The annual CelebrateHAMILTON program celebrates Alexander Hamilton's life and legacy. This year's events included author talks, exhibits, and tours of iconic locations related to Alexander Hamilton. All events take place in New York and Northern New Jersey - Elizabeth/Union, Paterson, and Weehawken. 


Scroll down or click below to see the events for:

Wednesday, July 6th - Katonah, New York
Thursday, July 7th - Elizabeth/Union, New Jersey and Manhattan
Friday, July 8th - Elizabeth, New Jersey
Saturday, July 9th - Northern Manhattan
Sunday, July 10th - Paterson, New Jersey and Northern Manhattan
Monday, July 11th - Lower Manhattan and Weehawken, NJ
Tuesday, July 12th - Lower Manhattan
Friday, July 15th - Newburgh, NY
Saturday, July 16th - Stony Point and Irvington, NY
Sunday, July 17th - Sleepy Hollow and White Plains, NY 


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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

"John Jay and Alexander Hamilton: Founding Fathers from New York" at John Jay Homestead State Historic Site

This day of programming is dedicated to the "Founding Fathers from New York," a joint-initiative between the John Jay Homestead and the AHA Society to bring attention to the important contributions of John Jay and Alexander Hamilton to the nation's founding.

"Founding Fathers from New York" Exclusive Tours of John Jay Homestead State Historic Site

john jay homesteadAttend a docent-led tour of John Jay's Bedford House, which on this day will highlight the relationship between John Jay and Alexander Hamilton. 

Tickets: If you are a member of the AHA Society or of the Friends of John Jay Homestead, tours on this day are free! For general admission, tour tickets can be purchased at the Carriage Barn Education & Visitor Center. Admission: $7 adults; $5 seniors and students; children under 12 free
Time(s): 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm, 4 pm. Wednesday, July 6th.
Location: John Jay Homestead State Historic Site
400 Jay Street, Katonah, NY

Please note: Please allow 30 minutes before your tour to see the orientation video and exhibits.

Don't miss the evening lecture series highlighting the "Founding Fathers from New York" (see below)


"Washington's Indispensable Partner" at John Jay Homestead State Historic Site

Jay and HamiltonAHA Society President Rand Scholet speaks on George Washington's public service, and the degree to which seven key Founding Fathers contributed to Washington’s successes, as part of the John Jay Homestead Speaker Series. This talk takes place at the historic home of John Jay, one of America’s key Founding Fathers, Hamilton's co-author on the Federalist Papers, and the first U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice.

Tickets: $25, $20 for members of either the AHA Society or John Jay Homestead. Reservations recommended, which can be made here.
Time: Registration opens at 6:15 pm, talk begins at 7 pm. The presentation will be followed by a wine and cheese reception in the garden.

Wednesday, July 6th
Location: John Jay Homestead State Historic Site
400 Jay Street, Katonah, NY

Don't forget to take a special "Founding Fathers of New York" tour of John Jay's house earlier in the day (see above)


Thursday, July 7, 2016

"Young Immigrant Hamilton Tour" - Boxwood Hall

Boxwood HallThe "Young Immigrant Hamilton Tour" explores historic sites associated with Alexander Hamilton's time in the Elizabethtown, New Jersey area as a young preparatory school student, having just emigrated from the Caribbean. The first stop of the tour is to Boxwood Hall, the residence of Elias Boudinot from 1772-1795. 

Elias Boudinot, who would later become President of the Confederation Congress, was one of Alexander Hamilton's first acquaintances upon emigrating from the Caribbean. Hamilton spent a good amount of time at Boxwood Hall during the two semesters he studied at the Academy of Elizabethtown, and became close with the Boudinot family.

The house tour will highlight the recent renovations to the house, including the installment of new period wallpaper and exhibits in the rooms. There will also be a temporary exhibition of Hamilton portraits for this exclusive tour.

See the All Places Hamilton page on Boxwood Hall.

Admission: Free
Time: 10 am - 11:30 am, Thursday, July 7th
Location: Boxwood Hall, 1073 E. Jersey St, Elizabeth, NJ

See the Event Flyer PDF

View the Full 'Young Immigrant Hamilton Tour' Itinerary


"Young Immigrant Hamilton Tour" - Liberty Hall

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The second stop of the "Young Immigrant Hamilton' tour is to Liberty Hall Museum, the residence of William Livingston  - governor of New Jersey - and his family. While attending the Academy of Elizabethtown, Alexander Hamilton stayed with the Livingston family in Elizabethtown.

Don't miss an incredible presentation on new discoveries made about Alexander Hamilton. Director of Liberty Hall Museum Operations, Bill Schroh; Hamilton scholar, Michael E. Newton; and Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society President, Rand Scholet unveil new Hamilton discoveries, with original documents on-hand that have never been viewed by the public, or yet catalogued in any public database. Significantly, a major story embraced by most Hamilton authors as fact, is completely refuted. New discoveries related to Alexander Hamilton are a rare occurrence. You will be part of the first audience to view these newly-discovered primary source documents.

Your admission to the "New Hamilton Discoveries" event also includes a tour of the Liberty Hall Museum, a 50-room mansion dating from 1774. Tours are held at 1 pm and 2:30 pm. Among the fifty rooms in Liberty Hall is the Alexander Hamilton room, honoring the relationship between Hamilton and the Livingston family. 

See the All Places Hamilton page on Liberty Hall.

Admission: (Special for CelebrateHAMILTON) $10 admission for all attendees in honor of Alexander Hamilton. Note that a house tour of Liberty Hall Museum is included with your ticket. Order tickets here
 Thursday, July 7th. The "New Hamilton Discoveries" presentation begins at 1 pm and is repeated at 2:30 pm. Tours are available at 1 pm and 2:30 pm.
Location: Liberty Hall, 1003 Morris Ave, Union, NJ

View the full 'Young Immigrant Hamilton Tour' Itinerary


Talk: "Alexander Hamilton: Spymaster" at Fraunces Tavern Museum

Fraunces Tavern PostcardThe Fraunces Tavern is hosting a talk with Michael E. Newton, Hamilton scholar and author of Alexander Hamilton: The Formative Years, on “Alexander Hamilton: Spymaster.” The talk will focus on Alexander Hamilton’s espionage activities during the American Revolution, followed by a Q&A session.

Tickets: $10.  Due to the high volume of requests, seat reservations are now closed, however tickets are still available to the public for purchase at the door.
Time: Doors open at 6:00pm, lecture begins at 6:30pm, Thursday, July 7th

Location: 54 Pearl Street, Lower Manhattan, NYC


Friday, July 8, 2016

"Young Immigrant Hamilton Tour" - Snyder Academy of Elizabethtown

academy of elizabethtownThe Snyder Academy, which sits on the site of the Elizabethtown Academy where Alexander Hamilton studied upon first arriving to the "mainland" in 1772, is joining with the AHA Society to host a full day of programming about Alexander Hamilton as part of this year's "Young Immigrant Hamilton" tour.

Events include:

  • A Conversation with Jon Rua, understudy for Alexander Hamilton in the musical Hamilton 
  • An unveiling of a new Alexander Hamilton painting and artist studio tours
  • "Alexander Hamilton in Elizabethtown" presentation by author Michael E. Newton
  • Hamilton 101 presentations in English and Spanish
  • A reading performance of a play about Alexander Hamilton
  • 18th century children's games
  • Tours of the First Presbyterian Church and cemetery


See the All Places Hamilton page on the Elizabethtown Academy.

Time(s): Events from 10 am - 10 pm, Friday July 8th
Location: 42 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey

"Tour: Alexander Hamilton, Joven Inmigrante" - Snyder Academy de Elizabethtown

La Academia Snyder, que se encuentra sobre los cimientos de la Academia de Elizabethtown donde Alexander Hamilton estudio al llegar las colonias inglesas en 1772, se une al Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society para presentarles un día completo de programas sobre Alexander Hamilton como parte del "Tour: Alexander Hamilton, Joven Inmigrante" de este año.
Los eventos incluyen:
  • Una conversación con Jon Rua, understudy para el rol e Alexander Hamilton en Hamilton, el musical.
  • La presentación de una nueva pintura de Alexander Hamilton y tours del estudio del artista.
  • La presentación "Alexander Hamilton en Elizabethtown" por el autor Michael E. Newton.
  • Presentaciones sobre Alexander Hamilton en Inglés y Español.
  • Un performance leído de una obra sobre Alexander Hamilton.
  • Juegos del siglo XVIII para niños.
  • Tours de la primera iglesia Presbiteriana y el cementerio
Hora(s): Eventos de 10 am a 10 pm, Viernes, Julio 8th
Lugar: 42 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey


Saturday, July 9, 2016

Hamilton Fun Run

Fun Run 2015The AHA Society partners with InShape Fitness NYC for their annual Hamilton Fun Run. This year's route starts and ends at Hamilton's home, the Grange. The run is easy-paced - around a 10-minute mile - and should last about 50 minutes.

Run Route Detail: The event begins with stretching outside in St. Nicholas Park where the Hamilton Grange is located. The runners will head out from the Grange, run to the Morris-Jumel Mansion, over to the river, down to the Washington-Lafayette statue on 112th, and back to Hamilton Grange. 

For the fifth year in a row, the AHA Society will be waiting at Hamilton Grange to welcome the runners to his home with Hamiltonian hospitality. So grab your running shoes and join in on the event! 

Eventbrite - CelebrateHAMILTON Events at Hamilton Grange National Memorial

Note: If you enjoy longer runs, you can join in the Hamilton Fun Run Part 2 on Monday, July 11th - the traditional 12-mile run from Hamilton's grave at Trinity Church to his home, the Grange.

Learn more from the Facebook event page.

Time(s): 8:30 am, Saturday, July 9th 
Meeting Location: Hamilton Grange, 414 West 141st Street, New York, NY


Programming at Hamilton Grange National Memorial

GrangeIt won't be "quiet uptown" on July 9th - join the AHA Society and the National Park Service at the Hamilton's home the Grange for a full day of special programming. In addition to the house's exhibit on Hamilton's life, you'll have the opportunity to attend free presentations and tours. Also, don't miss a special announcement about the Grange at 12 pm. 

Eventbrite - CelebrateHAMILTON Events at Hamilton Grange National Memorial

Schedule of events:

9 am - 12 pm; 1 pm - 5 pm: Open House of Restored Rooms
9:30 am: Hamilton Fun Run Welcome
11 am: Walking Tour of Hamilton Grange and the original Grange property
12 pm: Special announcement about the Grange
1 pm: Talk: "Hamilton, Jefferson, and the Battle of the Bank" by Dr. Thomas Oller
2 pm: Walking Tour of Hamilton Grange and the original Grange property

Please note that the talks will be held on the lawn of the Grange, in the beautiful St. Nicholas Park. We encourage you to bring your own chair or blanket to comfortably enjoy these free presentations. 

Talk details:

Tom-Oller"Hamilton, Jefferson, and the Battle of the Bank," 1 pm
Learn about Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson's clashes over Hamilton's proposal for a National Bank from Dr. Tom Oller, the Vice Chair of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society, is a lecturer at Boston University and at Harvard University Summer School. His undergraduate degree is from Columbia University (Hamilton’s Alma Mater!), and his graduate degrees are from Brown University. At BU, Tom teaches a course entitled, “Hamilton and Jefferson: Competing Visions for America.” This talk is in honor of the 225th anniversary year of the National Bank being created.

Time(s): 9 am - 5 pm, Saturday, July 9th 
Location: Hamilton Grange, 414 West 141st Street, New York, NY


Sunday, July 10, 2016

Note: This year is the 225th anniversary of the founding of the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures (SUM), which found a home in Paterson, New Jersey. Sunday's events in Paterson commemorate the importance of the SUM and Alexander Hamilton's role in its creation.

Picnic with Washington and Hamilton at the Great Falls

Paterson Great FallsOn July 10, 1778, George Washington and his military entourage, which included Alexander Hamilton and the Marquis de Lafayette, stopped at the Great Falls for a picnic. This was the first time that Alexander Hamilton visited the falls, which he remembered years later when it came time to choose a location for the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures (SUM) to develop.

Now, exactly 238 years later, the Paterson Great Falls National Historic Park, the Hamilton Partnership for Paterson, and the AHA Society are hosting a similar picnic. Join us to meet "George Washington," "Alexander Hamilton." and others as they revisit the Great Falls.

Starting at noon, bring your own picnic lunch (if you wish) to enjoy the newly-landscaped Mary Ellen Kramer Park above the Great Falls—the most powerful waterfall east of the Mississippi after Niagara Falls. Hamilton Partnership for Paterson President Leonard Zax will give a brief talk titled “The Most Important Picnic in American History" about the Great Falls as the inspiration for Alexander Hamilton to create the world’s first planned city of innovation and launch what we have come to call the American dream. Beginning at 12:45 p.m. you will be able to interact with historical interpreters and learn about the historic picnic of “cold ham, tongue, and tasty biscuits” they enjoyed at the Falls.

See the All Places Hamilton page on Paterson Great Falls.

Eventbrite - CelebrateHAMILTON at Paterson, NJ - Picnic at the Falls with Hamilton

Time(s)12 - 2 pm (Historical Interpreter programming 12:45 - 2 pm)
Location: Mary Ellen Kramer Park, Paterson, New Jersey (Parking lot at 72 McBride Avenue)


Great Falls Walking Tour: Hamilton and the SUM

Hamilton Statue at PatersonIn honor of the 225th anniversary of the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures (SUM), there will be a special walking tour of the Historic Falls District focused on Alexander Hamilton and the SUM. The tour will be led by a National Park Ranger, with stops to view the Great Falls, the SUM building, the Alexander Hamilton statue, and the raceway system. The tour will end at the Paterson Museum.

This is an easy walking tour, covering approximately one mile of walking on mostly paved surfaces.

See the All Places Hamilton page on Paterson Great Falls.

Eventbrite - CelebrateHAMILTON at Paterson, NJ - Picnic at the Falls with Hamilton

Time(s)2-3 pm, Sunday, July 10th
Meeting location: Mary Ellen Kramer Park, Paterson, New Jersey (Parking lot at 72 McBride Avenue)


Visit to the Paterson Museum and Special Exhibition

Paterson MuseumDirectly following the Hamilton and SUM Walking Tour, visitors will be welcomed into the Paterson Museum. The Paterson Museum preserves the industrial history of Paterson, which can trace its roots to the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures (SUM) and Alexander Hamilton's vision for the first planned industrial city in the United States. Come explore some of the incredible inventions and technological innovations from Paterson that would forever change life in America, and around the world. Also on this day, there will be a special exhibition of Alexander Hamilton and SUM documents on display at the museum.

See the All Places Hamilton page on Paterson Great Falls.

Eventbrite - CelebrateHAMILTON at Paterson, NJ - Picnic at the Falls with Hamilton

Admission: (Suggest Donation) $2
3-4 pm, Sunday, July 10th
Location: Paterson Museum, 2 Market Street #102, Paterson, NJ 


Washington Cabinet Dinner at the Morris-Jumel Mansion

Morris Jumel Mansion

On July 10, 1790, George and Martha Washington invited Washington's Presidential Cabinet (Hamilton, Knox, Jefferson, plus Vice-President Adams) for a group outing that included a catered dinner at the Morris-Jumel Mansion.

Now you can step back to the late 18th century to discover some of George and Martha Washington’s favorite foods and the culinary customs of America’s first presidential couple. While savoring the sumptuous buffet, Morris-Jumel’s assistant curator Kelsey Brow, and award-winning food historian and chef Joanna Pruess, will discuss how these dishes reflect the Colonial period and how some are still prepared in present day kitchens. Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society Vice-President Nicole Scholet de Villavicencio will also speak about the fascinating history behind the July 10th dinner that Washington hosted at the house.

Tickets: $100 per person, advanced registration is required. To purchase tickets, email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Space is quickly filling up for this event - if you would like to attend, do not delay in registering! Make sure you mention the AHA Society when you register as well. (Note that proceeds from the tickets will contribute to the Morris-Jumel Mansion’s continued programming efforts)
Time(s): 6-8 pm, Sunday, July 10th
Location: Morris Jumel Mansion, 65 Jumel Terrace, Washington Heights, NYC


Monday, July 11, 2016

Talk: "Colleagues, Friends, and Frenemies: Hamilton and the New York Bar (1782-1804)" at the Alexander Hamilton US Custom House

customs houseAttorney Pooja Nair speaks on the early members of the New York Bar, including Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, and Brockholst Livingston, and the shifting allegiances and interesting connections they shared over the course of their prominent legal careers.

This event is hosted in conjunction with the National Archives at New York City, which is home to the original Roll of Attorneys with the signatures of Hamilton, Burr, and others practicing law in the New York City area at the turn of the 19th century.

The talk will be held at the National Archives at New York City Learning Center inside the Alexander Hamilton US Custom House, which stands on the site of Ft. George, where Alexander Hamilton was stationed in 1776 as a captain of the New York Artillery Company. 

See the All Places Hamilton page for Ft. George/Grand Battery.

Admission: Free. Reservations in advance recommended - call the National Archives at 866-840-1752 or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to reserve a seat. 
 12-1 pm (plus Q&A), Monday, July 11th

Location: 3rd floor-Learning Center, National Archives at New York City, Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, One Bowling Green, Lower Manhattan, NY 


Duel Remembrance in Weehawken, NJ

hamilton weehawkenJoin the annual gathering at the Hamilton Memorial overlooking the Weehawken Dueling Grounds to commemorate the anniversary of the fatal duel between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton. 

The theme of this year's gathering is "Celebrating the New Generation of U.S. Currency." Douglas Hamilton, 5th great-grandson of Alexander Hamilton, will again speak at the Hamilton Memorial Bust in Weehawken, NJ a year after his call to action to keep Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill. The event will reflect on the collective and individual efforts that contributed to the preservation of Alexander Hamilton's place of honor on the next generation of U.S. currency.

Eventbrite - Hamilton-Burr Duel Remembrance in Weehawken


Following the remembrance gathering, don't miss Thomas Fleming's talk on the Hamilton-Burr duel (see below). This event is co-sponsored by the Weehawken Historical Comission and the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society. 

See the All Places Hamilton page on Weehawken Dueling Grounds.

Time: 6 pm, Monday, July 11th
Location: Alexander Hamilton statue
Hamilton Ave in Weehawken, New Jersey

Tom FlemingTalk: “Honor: The Key to Understanding Alexander Hamilton's Life - And Death”

Thomas Fleming, author of Duel: Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, And The Future Of America, will be the featured speaker on the 212th anniversary of the Hamilton-Burr duel in Weehawken.

Eventbrite - Hamilton-Burr Duel Remembrance in Weehawken

This event is co-sponsored by the Weehawken Historical Commission and the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society. 

Learn more about Thomas Fleming from his HamilTEN Questions interview.

Admission: Free
 7:30 pm, Monday, July 11th

Location: Elks Lodge, 2 50th St, Weehawken, NJ


Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Walking Tour: Alexander Hamilton's New York

Lower ManhattanThe Museum of American Finance is hosting an hour and a half walking tour through Wall Street Walks to explore the Financial District on foot, with an emphasis on Alexander Hamilton's contributions to financial history. 

Tickets: $15, which includes admission to the Museum of American Finance and a Lunch and Learn event. Purchase tickets here.
Time: 11 am - 12:30 pm, Tuesday, July 12th
Meeting Location: Museum of American Finance
48 Wall Street, Manhattan


Graveside Remembrance Ceremony at Trinity Church

alexander hamilton graveJoin us in the Trinity Church courtyard for a brief memorial service to honor Alexander Hamilton. Trinity Church clergy, the AHA Society, and the US Coast Guard will lead a procession to Hamilton's grave, followed by a blessing and wreath laying ceremony. The service will be directly followed by a talk by our keynote speaker, Richard Brookhiser

Note: Feel free to bring flowers to leave at the gravesite.

See the All Places Hamilton page on Trinity Church.

Eventbrite - Alexander Hamilton Remembrance at Trinity Church

Time: 1 - 1:30 pm, Tuesday, July 12th
Location: Hamilton's Gravesite at Trinity Church 
Broadway at Wall Street, Manhattan


Keynote Talk by Richard Brookhiser at Trinity Church

brookhiser 2Richard Brookhiser, Hamilton scholar, will speak inside Trinity Church and be recognized for his numerous contributions for over two decades for a national understanding of Alexander Hamilton's remarkable legacy.  His talk is entitled “Alexander Hamilton, the Man Who Made America Prosperous,” and will be followed by an audience Q&A session.

Learn more about Richard Brookhiser from his HamilTEN Questions interview.

See the All Places Hamilton page on Trinity Church.

Eventbrite - Alexander Hamilton Remembrance at Trinity Church

Admission: Free
 1:30 - 2:30 pm, Tuesday, July 12th
Location: Trinity Church, on Broadway at Wall Street, Manhattan


Special Exhibition of Original Documents at Trinity Church


Visit to Trinity Archives 2012 CelebrateHAMILTONDirectly following Richard Broohiser's talk inside Trinity Church, Trinity Archives welcomes attendees to view original documents associated with Alexander Hamilton and Trinity Church in a temporary exhibtion. 


See the All Places Hamilton page on Trinity Church.


Eventbrite - Alexander Hamilton Remembrance at Trinity Church


Admission: Free
 2:30 - 5 pm, Tuesday, July 12th
Location: Trinity Church, on Broadway at Wall Street, Manhattan


Friday, July 15, 2016

Tour of Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site

Hasbrouck House NewburghTake a tour of the historic Hasbrouck House, George Washington's final headquarters from the Revolutionary War. It was while Washington was stationed here that he corresponded with Congressman Alexander Hamilton over the developments of the Newburgh Conspiracy. 

Admission: Special tour price, $3
 10 - 11 am

Location: Washington Headquarters State Historic Site
84 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY



Talk: "Hamilton and Jefferson: Competing Visions for America" at Mount Saint Mary College

Hamilton v JeffersonDr. Thomas Oller, lecturer at Boston University and Harvard University, presents a talk based on his history course on Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton called "Hamilton and Jefferson: Competing Visions for America." This talk explores the different philosophies of these two Founding Fathers and what they envisioned the newly-formed United States should become.

Time: 1 - 3 pm
Location: Media Room at the Desmon Campus, Mount Saint Mary College
330 Powell Ave, Newburgh, NY


Saturday, July 16, 2016

"Storming of Stony Point" at Stony Point Battlefield

Stony Point State ParkThe AHA Society participates in the annual commemoration of the Stony Point Battle (July 16, 1779) at the historic battlefield site. Alexander Hamilton, though not involved in the action of the battle, helped plan the strategy behind the midnight raid on the Stony Point Fort as an aide-de-camp, and visited the site with Washington just after it was successfully captured by the Americans.

Visit Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site on this day to explore a 18th century military encampment and interact with ladies, soldiers, and craftsmen performing camp chores such as blacksmithing and cooking; see musket, artillery, and marching demonstrations; and participate in colonial games and wooden musket drills for children.

See event flyer

Time: 11 - 4 pm, July 16, 2016
Location: Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site
44 Battlefield Rd, Stony Point, NY 


Talk: "Alexander Hamilton: America's Indispensable Founder and Visionary" 

Nevis LabsAHA Society President Rand Scholet presents "Alexander Hamilton: America's Indispensable Founder and Visionary," a talk comparing the contributions of seven key Founding Fathers to establish the key foundations of the United States - the Constitution; Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches; and the economic and financial systems. 

This talk will be held at "Nevis", the home of Alexander Hamilton's son James A. Hamilton. The home was named in honor of Hamilton's birth island and today is called Nevis Laboratories as part of Columbia University. The talk will be given in the Lecture Hall to be followed by a wine and cheese reception in Col. Hamilton’s home.

This event is held in conjunction with the Dobbs Ferry Historical Society and Columbia University at Nevis Labs. 

Tickets: $15. Reservations are recommended to guarantee a seat - register here
 7-8:30 pm

Location:  Nevis House, 136 S Broadway, Irvington, NY


Sunday, July 17, 2016

"Hamiltons at Sleepy Hollow" Walking Tour 

rsz 1rsz 20160221 131724Did you know that around thirty descendants of Alexander and Eliza Hamilton, including three of their children, are buried in the famous Sleepy Hollow Cemetery? Join an AHA Society-led walking tour to learn about the fascinating lives of the Hamilton children and grandchildren.

Tour Tickets: $22, cash only. Tour tickets can be purchased at the cemetery. 100% of the proceeds of the tour tickets goes towards historic preservation of the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.
 2 - 3:30 pm 
Location: Sleep Hollow Cemetery
540 N. Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 


Tour of Jacob Purdy House

jacob purdy today 1Take a house tour of the Jacob Purdy House, which served as headquarters for George Washington and Alexander Hamilton for seven weeks during the Revolutionary War in 1778. Today the house serves as the headquarters for the White Plains Historical Society.

See the All Places Hamilton page for the Jacob Purdy House.

Time: 5 - 6 pm 
Location: 60 Park Avenue, White Plains, NY


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