Acclaimed biographer Jean Fritz writes the remarkable story of Alexander Hamilton, one of America's most influential and fascinating founding fathers, and his untimely death in a duel with Aaron Burr.
Born in the British West Indies, Hamilton arrived in New York as an "outsider." He fought in the Revolution and became Washington's most valuable aidede- camp. He was there with Washington, Madison, and the others writing the Constitution. He was the first Secretary of the Treasury as the country struggled to become unified and independent.
Fritz's talent for bringing historical figures to life is at its best as she shares her fascination with this man of action who was honorable, ambitious, and fiercely loyal to his adopted country.
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"Narrator Arthur Morey recounts the life of Alexander Hamilton from his childhood in the Caribbean to his duel with Aaron Burr, which would eventually lead to his demise. When the events of the American Revolution begin, Morey's voice intensifies to depict the dialogue of the major players. This passionate narration creates a powerful contrast to the delivery of the background story, which is characterized by a steady pace and an informative tone. In this concise biography, young listeners will learn about Hamilton's temperament and life as they contributed to his political views--all of which would have such a great impact on the foundation of our nation. M.D. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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