Duel at Dawn, 1804
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Duel at Dawn, 1804. Alexander Hamilton against Aron Burr.
Ok, so first of all the duel between Hamilton and Burr came about because Hamilton did not want Burr to run for a second term. So after Hamilton made Burr's plans fail, Burr challenged Hamilton to a duel to "restore" his honor.
The duel was held at Weehawken, New Jersey
The duel was held on July 11, Aron burr fatly wounded Alexander hamilton. There is some controversy as to if Hamilton relay "Through away" his shot, so they could solve this peacfully.
Hamilton was then rushed to get medical treatment since Arron Burr shot him right above his waist and into his liver and ribcage, where the bullet lodged itself into his spine. Hamilton later died the next day surounded by his family.
Now you are probably wondering what happened to Aron Burr.
Well people started hate him and he was "tried" for murder. But he fled to a different contry, only to return years later almost forgoten.
And that's basically it!
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