Alexander Hamilton: First United States Secretary Of The Founding Fathers

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Alexander Hamilton was the first united states secretary of the treasury, and was a member of the founding fathers. Hamilton was born out of wedlock on January 11, 1755, and because he was born out of an affair, his father abandoned him and he was raised by his mother. Hamilton enrolled in The King 's College in New York City, now known as Columbia University, in the autumn of 1773 as a private student and officially began attending in May, 1774.
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