Someone who manages the finances for an organization.
A group of soldiers that fight on horseback.
The friendship within a group or community.
A series of meetings between delegates to create a new constitution to replace the Articles of Confederation. The Convention produced America’s Constitution, which specifies a strong, central government, which the Articles had lacked.
A congress of delegates who governed the thirteen colonies during the American revolution and became the government of the United States of America.
One of the men who helped build the United States of America and its government in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
A group of women who are all knowingly sexually involved with the same man.
To pay attention to or take notice of something.
Refusing to change one’s views or beliefs.
The lowest position in the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment of the British Army.
Somebody who dies for the sake of his or her beliefs.
The name of Thomas Jefferson’s plantation in Virginia.
George Washington’s plantation in Virginia.
A rebellion against a figure of authority, such as sailors against a captain or soldiers against a general.
Not able to be doubted, completely above suspicion.
in loco parentis
In place of a parent.
fire and brimstone
referring to a kind of Christian preaching that focuses on fear of sin and the dangers of hell.
A contest with deadly weapons in order to settle a dispute of honor.
A mythical character, the son of a craftsman who flew too close to the sun wearing wax wings, which melted, sending him crashing down
Hamilton Questions and Answers
The Question and Answer section for Hamilton is a great
resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.