Alexander Hamilton passed several years in Pennsylvania. He lived in Philadelphia from 1790-1795 and returned to the city for other occasions. He also spent time outside the city. He spent the brutal winter at Valley Forge during the Revolutionary War, and led troops to quell the Whiskey Rebellion during Washington's Presidency. He and his family also stayed in Germantown to escape the hot Philadelphian summers, including in 1793 when Hamilton and his wife both were afflicted by yellow fever.
1777-78 Winter Encampment
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