Hamilton Project
Updated: 11/26/2020
Hamilton Project

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  • Alexander Hamilton
  • The Story of Tonight
  • Yorktown
  • Congratulations we are now free! Also very impressive spy work, Hercules.
  • Thank you, It was a pleasure serving Mr. Washington
  • Alexander Hamilton, an orphan, worked harder and prevailed and ended up being amazingly successful by himself. Hamilton went to New York and many new opportunities showed themselves. Alexander Hamilton was created, arguably one of the most influential founding fathers.
  • Non-stop
  • This Convention will be the turning point to how this country is ran
  • Hamilton is proud and ready to fight alongside Lafayette, Mulligan, and Laurens. True freedom is on the minds of Hamilton and his colleagues. Freedom for America is imagined and is nearly within their grasp.
  • Cabinet Battle #1
  • No Taxes, We do our work
  • We need more taxes for the federal government
  • George Washington wins against France with help from a spy, Hercules Mulligan. The last battle was one in Yorktown in 1781. An "upside-down" world was in effect when this battle officially freed America.
  • The Election of 1800
  • As president, I am going to make changes, for now, it is going to be about how vice-presidents are elected.
  • Alexander Hamilton wrote 51, James Madison wrote 29, and John Jay wrote 3 essays protecting the U.S. Constitution. Hamilton went back to New York to study Law, and his wife goes to France. Hamilton gets invited to the constitutional Convention and defends the first murder case under the new constitution.
  • Tomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton battle for votes for their ideas to deal with the national financial problems. The cabinet debates in New York about creating a national bank and increasing or decreasing taxes. The Cabinet debates their first issue,
  • Alexander Hamilton votes for Tomas Jefferson even after countless debates between each other. Tomas Jefferson seemed more interested in France, but Aaron Burr isn't interested in anything, he doesn't stand behind any beliefs. Tomas Jefferson won the election of 1800 and wanted to change how Vice Presidents are elected.
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