Alexander Hamilton: Washington's Indispensable Partner
The musical “Hamilton” may be Broadway’s hottest ticket, but there is still much the public doesn’t know about this Founding Father, including his contribution to George Washington’s success. Historical analyst Rand Scholet (photo, left) will present “Alexander Hamilton: Washington’s Indispensable Partner” at the Washington Crossing Historic Park visitor center.
Scholet is president and founder of the Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society. His talk will offer a fresh look at who really deserves the utmost credit for contributing to George Washington’s successes, as well as the vision and foundations that have served America so well. He also will illustrate how the seven key Founding Fathers contributed to Washington’s success, especially during the Revolutionary War and his two terms as U.S. President. Scholet is a frequent speaker and sought-after scholar on the life of Alexander Hamilton. He has been featured on C-SPAN, at several National Park sites and numerous historical societies.