Alexander Hamilton (1757 to 1804), a Founding Father of the United States, distinguished himself in many historic ways: as a founder of the nation’s financial system, as an aide to General George Washington, as Secretary of the Treasury, and more. His likeness has been depicted on many denominations of U. S. currency, but is most familiar nowadays as the face on our ten dollar bill.
His life is also the subject of a Broadway hip-hop musical “Hamilton” which recently captured all the top 2016 Tony awards and is the hottest ticket in town. One has to pay big bucks to get a seat (far in the future), and the box office proceeds are making the show’s creators very rich.
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