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Review at Passages to the Past
New Book Into the Heartland
INTO THE HEARTLAND
A forbidden love.
An impossible dream.
A daring venture to open America . . .
The year is 1810. For decades men have…
Hamilton’s Choice Review by the Historical Novel Society
“In Hamilton’s Choice, attorney Jack Casey asks us to consider why, with his political future never more promising, a new home just built and a loving…
BUST OF GOUVERNEUR MORRIS
What would your best friend say at your funeral? Would he or she delve into those …
THE FUNERAL OF GENERAL ALEXANDER HAMILTON
“THE CORPSE WITH PALL BEARERS”
ILLUSTRATION FROM THE NEW YORK EVENING POST, JULY 13, 1804
With the usual…
Hamilton’s Faith and Death
BISHOP BENJAMIN MOORE
As an illegitimate son of a “fallen” woman, Alexander Hamilton must have been sensitive to the chill of pious …
(From HAMILTON’S CHOICE by Jack Casey © 2020, All Rights Reserved)
As Van Ness starts back down the path from the ledge, he sees Hamilton and Pendleton…
Hamilton on the Eve of the Duel
On Saturday, July 7, 1804, General Alexander Hamilton and his wife Eliza hosted a lavish gathering at their new home, the Grange. They invited 70 notables to …
The Progressive Mr. Burr
Aaron Burr is known as a villain and surely he was that. He lured Alexander Hamilton into a duel over some unspecified…
Hamilton, Burr and Origins of the Duel
On the frontier, “fastest gun in the West” was a coveted title young men risked their lives to win. Wild Bill Hickok catapulted to fame by killing Davis…