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  1. Oct 17, 2018 · It is consummate art and a national phenomenon with a timely cultural and educational influence on America. Hamilton is a hip-hop opera with music, lyrics, and book by Lin-Manual Miranda, inspired by the 2004 biography Alexander Hamilton by historian Ron Chernow. It is a historical story told through an Afro-Caribbean score by a multiracial cast.

  2. The Music of Hamilton and its Historical, Cultural, Social, and Political Contexts. Timothy A. Johnson, Ithaca College. Teaching Hamilton: An American Musical from a musically rich perspective in an interdisciplinary context provides an extraordinary opportunity for students to develop creative approaches to talking about music outside of the Western canon and to relate their musical ideas to ...

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  4. Parents: William W. Hamilton (1807 - 1876) Siblings: John Hamilton (1829 - 1909)* Harvey S Hamilton (1839 - 1899)* William Henry Hamilton (1841 - 1916) Joseph S Hamilton (1843 - 1917)* Sarah Jane Hamilton Stockton (1845 - 1917)* Cynthia Hamilton Childers (1850 - 1895)* Calculated relationship

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  5. Jul 05, 2020 · Hamilton (along with James Madison and John Jay) proved that his pen was indeed mightier than his sword with his authorship of the Federalist Papers, a series of 85 essays meant to convince the public to support ratification of the new Constitution. Hamilton used the platform to tell Americans that good government doesn't happen by accident.

  6. Oct 21, 2015 · Hamilton, sit down. Our client Levi Weeks is innocent. At the end of 1799, a young Quaker woman named Elma Sands disappeared; her body was found in a well less than two weeks later (in 1800). Levi ...

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