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Hamilton Relationships: Act Two

Here I am at long last *rolls eyes at myself*. Let’s hear H.G.’s fabulous excuse for this time, shall we?

On AO3 (Archive of Our Own) I started writing a Trio fanfiction in December. 1,382 more words

THE NIGHT BEFORE THE SCAN RESULTS

Well.

I’m on my second glass of whisky.

At such a time, all my wonderfulness – the renunciation of booze – goes out of the window. 335 more words

No. 60 of #2000Seventeen (#2000Haiku)

To quote Lin-Manuel,
“Death doesn’t discriminate.”
Hate’s a living thing.

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My First Friend, My Enemy Part 2

“I walk towards him, but I am ushered away”

Part 2 of “My First Friend, My Enemy”, a Hamilton project I’m working on.

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Hamil-Fam: Alexander Hamilton, Jr. and Aaron Burr's Divorce

Alexander Hamilton’s third child, Alexander Hamilton, Jr. was born in 1786.  Like his father and older brother Philip, Alexander completed a course of study at Columbia College.   352 more words

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Affairs of Honor: Political Culture of the Founding Generation

Joanne B. Freeman’s book, Affairs of Honor: National Politics in the New Republic (2002), is straightforward and compelling. In it, she argues that the political culture of the United States’ first generation of congressmen under the constitution of 1788 was based on a strong sense of personal honor, governed by “a grammar of political combat.” Because there were no formal political parties, representatives had to try to best represent their constituents in an unfamiliar environment, while working with people from diverse regions whose loyalties or support could never be fully known or assured. 383 more words

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Episode 9: Theodosia

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On New Year’s Eve, 1812, Theodosia Burr Alston, First Lady of South Carolina and daughter of former U.S. Vice-President Aaron Burr, boarded a ship bound for New York City and was never seen alive again. 234 more words

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