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By Pam Rosenberg

Alexander Hamilton used to be many stuff: scholar, soldier, and maybe so much famously, founding father. younger readers will examine the tale of Alexander Hamilton, from his early youth years to his changing into some of the most vital figures in US heritage.

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Paroled (puh-ROLD) A prisoner who is paroled is released early on the condition that he or she will obey the law. Hercules Mulligan was paroled on the condition that he would not leave New York City. 30 Patriots (PAY-tree-uhts) The colonists who opposed the British and wanted to gain independence for the American colonies were known as the Patriots. Alexander Hamilton wrote anonymous newspaper articles in support of the Patriots. pseudonym (SOOD-uh-nim) A pseudonym is a false name—often called a pen name—used by an author instead of his real name.

Burr, however, had no such plan. Burr fired a split second before Hamilton. His shot pierced Hamilton’s liver. Hamilton’s shot hit a tree branch overhead. Alexander Hamilton died 31 hours later at the age of 49. It was a senseless end to a brilliant life. Playing many roles—aide to General Washington during the Revolution, author of The Federalist, first secretary of the treasury—Hamilton helped create the United States of America we know today. This statue in New York City’s Central Park honors the life and accomplishments of Alexander Hamilton.

The Constitution of the United States was written at the Constitutional Convention of 1787. duel (DOO-uhl) A duel is a fight between two people using swords or guns as weapons. Aaron Burr challenged Alexander Hamilton to a duel. Loyalist (LOI-uhl-ist) A loyalist was a colonist who remained loyal to Great Britain during the American Revolution. Dr. Myles Cooper, the president of King’s College, was a Loyalist. militia (muh-LISH-uh) A militia is a group of citizens who are trained to fight in the event of an emergency.

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