Alexander Hamilton stayed briefly in Philadelphia during the Revolutionary War. He also attended Congress here, as well as the Constitutional Convention. He then lived in Philadelphia from 1790-1795 while serving as Secretary of the Treasury. He returned to the city at various times later in his life to defend law cases and prepare for the Quasi-War.
First Bank of United States Building
A national bank proposed by Alexander Hamilton
Hamilton Residence, 1790s
The home the Hamilton family lived in while Hamilton served as Treasury Secretary
Location of Constitutional Convention
Location of Treasury Offices in Philadelphia
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