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  2. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth Hamilton (née Schuyler / ˈ s k aɪ l ər /; August 9, 1757 – November 9, 1854), also called Eliza or Betsey, was an American socialite and philanthropist. Married to American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton , she was a defender of his works and co-founder and deputy director of Graham Windham , the first private orphanage in ...

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  3. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton (U.S. National Park Service)

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    Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton (1757–1854) was a philanthropist, wife to Alexander Hamilton, and mother of their 8 children. Also known as Eliza or Betsy, she was from a prominent Dutch family in Albany, New York. Her father, Philip J. Schuyler, was a general in the Continental Army, politician, and businessman.

  4. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton - New Netherland Institute

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    Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton was born on August 9, 1757 in Albany, New York and died on November 9, 1854 in Washington, D.C. at the advanced age of 97. She was the spouse of Alexander Hamilton, famous in the early American government following the Declaration of Independence and considered one of the founders of our American republic.

  5. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton Biography - Facts, Childhood ...

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    Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton was the wife of Alexander Hamilton, one of America’s founding fathers. Born in a wealthy and illustrious family, Elizabeth had a comfortable and secure childhood. Despite the fact that the ‘French and Indian War’ was fought near her childhood home, she was hardly affected by the unrest created by the war.

  6. Elizabeth Hamilton (1757-1854) | American Experience | PBS

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    Elizabeth Schuyler was born on August 7, 1757, in Albany, New York, the second daughter of wealthy landowner and Revolutionary War general Philip Schuyler. Almost none of Elizabeth's own ...

  7. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton - New York State Museum

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    American National Biography. Hamilton, Elizabeth Schuyler (9 Aug. 1757-9 Nov. 1854), statesman's wife and charity worker, was born in Albany, New York, the second daughter of Philip Schuyler, a revolutionary war general, and Catherine Van Rensselaer Schuyler. Schooled at home, her early years were typical of most young women of colonial ...

  8. What History Didn't Tell You About Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton

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    On Aug. 7, 1781, a group of about 20 Tories and Native people forced their way into the mansion, seemingly with the intent to harm Schuyler and his family. As per Alexander Hamilton, sisters Angelica and Elizabeth, both pregnant, fled to an upper room with the rest of their family.

  9. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton | Hamilton Wiki | Fandom

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    Act One. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton was born in Albany, New York in 1757. Her first appearance in the musical is in the song Alexander Hamilton, at the very beginning of the musical. She sings about Alexander and his mother's sickness. She is first introduced as Eliza alongside her sisters, Angelica and Peggy (together known as the Schuyler ...

  10. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton and Slavery – Quiet Heroines

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    Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton (“Eliza”) was raised with slaves in her household. Her father, Phillip Schuyler, was a prominent slaveholder in New York. It is almost certain that Eliza managed slaves when she lived with her father. When she was young, she had a reputation of being a very efficient helper to her mother in running their household.

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