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Dr. Kate Brown speaks in the Cash Room at Treasury June 16, 2019.

Hamilton’s Legacy in Law Presented at Treasury

By Nancy Spannaus June 26, 2019—Historian Kate Brown presented Alexander Hamilton’s the legacy in law to a nearly full house at today’s noontime lecture at the U.S. Treasury Department. The event was part of a regular bimonthly series sponsored by the Treasury Historical Association. Members of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness […]

by June 27, 2019 News
Alexander Hamilton at the Treasury

Alexander Hamilton Becomes Treasury Secretary

By Nancy Spannaus Sept. 11, 2018—On Sept. 11, 1789 President George Washington nominated Alexander Hamilton for the position of Secretary of the Treasury. The Senate confirmed his nomination the very same day. Washington’s decision, and his continued support of Hamilton until the Secretary resigned in 1795, was one of the […]

by September 11, 2018 Commentary
Michael E. Newton speaking in the Cash Room of the U.S. Treasury Department.

Hamilton’s Merchant Experience Presented at U.S. Treasury

May 16, 2018—The Treasury Historical Association, a 45-year old private institution dedicated to education and restoration, featured a presentation by Hamilton scholar Michael E. Newton at the Treasury Building today. Newton lectured on “Alexander Hamilton: Merchant in the West Indies,” presenting a wealth of detail about the young Hamilton’s approximately […]

by May 16, 2018 News