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However, Hamilton was a very accomplished military leader and thinker.
This program is a fascinating PowerPoint slideshow illustrating the many stories about Hamilton's military leadership. It begins with his serving as a student at King's College (now Columbia) and entering a militia unit, all the way through his long-time service as General Washington's most trusted aide, to his overlooked service as Washington's second in command as a major general in the U.S. Army during the Quasi-War with France, 1798-99.
Presented by: Damien Cregeau, B.A., History, Hillsdale College, M.A., History, Colorado State, has published articles pertaining to the American Revolution with the Journal of the American Revolution, American Spirit, as well as Financial History magazine. A scholar of the American Revolution specializing in the espionage operations of the era, Damien has lectured on espionage and Alexander Hamilton at the FBI’s New York Office, the Fraunces Tavern Museum, and SUNY Maritime College.
This program has also been presented by Mr. Cregeau in such places as the Dey Mansion in Wayne as well as to the cadets and staff of the SUNY Maritime College in NYC.
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