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  2. Philip Schuyler - Wikipedia

    Philip John Schuyler (/ ˈ s k aɪ l ər /; November 20 [O.S. November 9] 1733 – November 18, 1804) was an American general in the Revolutionary War and a United States Senator from New York. He is usually known as Philip Schuyler, while his son is usually known as Philip J. Schuyler.

  3. Schuyler Mansion - Wikipedia

    Schuyler Mansion is a historic house at 32 Catherine Street in Albany, New York, United States. The brick mansion is now a museum and an official National Historic Landmark. It was constructed from 1761 to 1765 for Philip Schuyler, later a general in the Continental Army and early U.S. Senator, who resided there from 1763 until his death in ...

  4. At the Philippa Schuyler Middle School for the Gifted and Talented, we strive to create a learning environment where academic rigor and excellence is a priority. Our school is built upon years of visionary leadership, a dedicated teaching staff and strong parental involvement. Our students excel because of this vision, dedication and support.

  5. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton | Hamilton Wiki | Fandom

    "Look around, look around, at how lucky we are to be alive right now." — Eliza, The Schuyler Sisters Elizabeth "Eliza" Hamilton (née Schuyler) is a protagonist in the musical Hamilton. She is the wife of Alexander Hamilton as well as the mother of Philip Hamilton and seven other children. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton was born in Albany, New York in 1757. Her first appearance in the musical ...

  6. The Schuyler Sisters: Angelica, Eliza, and Peggy - ThoughtCo

    Margarita “Peggy” Schuyler (September 19, 1758–March 14, 1801) was born in Albany, the third child of Philip and Kitty Schuyler. At age 25, she eloped with her 19-year-old distant cousin, Stephen Van Rensselaer III. Although the Van Rensselaers were social equals to the Schuylers, Stephen’s family felt he was too young to be married ...

  7. Schuyler Stridon NASB -

    The Schuyler Stridon is a new and unique presentation of the NASB text. This single column, verse-by-verse typesetting is framed with wide outer margins. Cross references and footnotes are separated at the bottom of the page for ease of use. Here is a sampler of the text format. Here are pictures.

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