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  1. Angelica's nephew, psychiatrist Allan McLane Hamilton, described his aunt as an "invalid" and her condition as a type of "insanity". Dr. Hamilton wrote, "Upon receipt of the news of her brother's death in the Eacker duel, she suffered so great a shock that her mind became permanently impaired, and although taken care of by her devoted mother for a long time there was no amelioration in her ...

  2. Hamilton is a 1917 Broadway play about Alexander Hamilton, written by Mary P. Hamlin and George Arliss. It was directed by Dudley Digges and stars Arliss in the title role. [1] It follows the attempts of Hamilton to establish a new financial structure for the United States following the Confederation Period and the establishment of a new Constitution in 1787 .

  3. Elizabeth Hamilton (geboren als Elisabeth Schuyler am 9.August 1757 in Albany, Provinz New York; gestorben am 9. November 1854 in Washington, D.C.) war eine US-amerikanische Philanthropin und Ehefrau des Politikers und Gründervaters Alexander Hamilton.

  4. Historic Valley Forge. Read the story of the 6-month encampment at Valley Forge. Plus a timeline, weather reports, the French Connection, Franklin, spies, mysteries, and more!

  5. 16/06/2018 · Robert M. McLane (Democrat), governor. 1885. Baltimore civic leaders established Baltimore Reform League. 1885. African-American leaders established Mutual Brotherhood of Liberty, Baltimore's first civil rights organization. 1885. Woman's College of Baltimore (now Goucher College) chartered by Methodists. 1885.