1.A

1 800px Castelloplan

1.B

Map new york ratzer map 10329.1413736538.1280.1280

1.C

African Burial Ground

1 African Burial Ground Manhattan

 

1.D

1 1776

1.E

liberty pole

1.F

1 archaeologyCItyHall

1.G Bridewell

1 Bridewell

1.H Bridewell

1 Bridewell2

1.I

1 1774

1.J

1 Hamilton Addressing the Mob by Howard Pyle

1.K

1 Map of City Hall Park in New York City

 

2.A

Sugar house nyc

 2.B

2 sugar house window

2.C

2 Battle of golden hill

 

3.A

3 stpauls

3.B Horacio Gates 

 Horatio Gates

 3.C

3 montgomery st paul chapel

3.D

3 NYC fire 1776

 

4.A

4 1790

4 jefferson hamilton madison

4 jefferson madison hamilton

 

5.A

Federal Hall 1789

5.B

5 Federal Hall Washington Inauguration

5.C  The Bank of New York

The bank of new york

5.D Wall Street

5 Wall Street

 

6.A Love Lace Tavern 

Lovelace

6.B Fraunces Tavern

Fraunces Tavern

6.C

6 1801b

 

7.A

Toppling King Georges statue 1776 2

7.B

7 king george statue

7.C Walton House

7 walton house 1757

7.D Washington 2nd Residency - 39 Broadway

7 Washington second residence 39 broadway

7.F 39 Broadway

7 Washington 2nd residency Alexander Macomb Mansion

 

7.G Washington 1st Residency - 1 Cherry Street

7 The First Presidential Mansion

 

8.A

8 1780

8.B

8 1804

8.C

8 Bayard house

8.D

8 82JaneSt

8.E

Trinity Church

8 General Montgomery 

Montgomery

 

 

MAPS

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A1 1775 Plan Montresor

B1 1776 historic map of new york nyc untapped cities

C1 lyne map 1730

D1 manhattan1776

E1 NYC1776warfmap

F1 NYC1789map

 


Alexander Hamilton explains a brief history of the origins of the US Constitution to the 4th, 7th and 8th graders of the Progressive School of Long Island. 

Scott MacScott is available for historical presentations geared towards students, adults and history buffs alike.

Visit Relive1776.com for an opportunity to take a stroll with Alexander Hamilton in NYC.

 

hamilton fountain
Photo credit www.nycgovparks.org

Another Alexander Hamilton's legacy is the Hamilton Fountain over at Riverside Park in the Upper West Side of the Manhattan borough of NYC . This fountain was named after his great grandson Robert Ray Hamilton (1984-1890) He graduated from Columbia College and Columbia Law School. After Hamilton’s death, executors of his estate and the City retained the esteemed architectural firm of Warren & Wetmore—whose more notable buildings include Grand Central Terminal, Chelsea Piers, and the Con Edison Tower—to design the fountain. An initial rendering, more limited in scope, was rejected by the City’s Art Commission, before the present design with its central eagle feature was approved and realized. 

Crafted from Tennessee marble, the lavishly carved fountain,

"The Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House is a building in New York City built in 1902–07 by the federal government, to house the duty collection operations for the Port of New York. It is located at the south end of Bowling Green, near the southern tip of Manhattan, roughly on the same spot as Fort Amsterdam, the original center of the settlement of New Amsterdam. The building is now the home of the George Gustav Heye Center of the National Museum of the American Indian, as well as the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York; since 2012, it is also the home to the National Archives at New York City.

In 1990, Moynihan sponsored the law that renamed the building after Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury." 

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