Alexander Hamilton’s Military Service (1775-1800)

May 24, 2019 - 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Liberty Hall

Presented by Rand Scholet, founder of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society

Included with Museum Admission, but does require a timed admission ticket. Please click on Tickets or Member Tickets to reserve your ticket(s) for May 24th.

In his first known letter, 12-year-old Alexander Hamilton asserts, “I wish there was a War.” Several years later, his wish was granted. Hamilton’s military service, which spanned twenty-five years, informed many of the recommended positions and policies that he helped architect and champion during the founding of the United States. From some recent discoveries, learn from the founder of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society, Rand Scholet, about Hamilton’s key role in the formation of four out of the five military and defense branches that serve the United States and the world today.