Alexander Hamilton, Revolutionary - Chapter Twelve: “This is a Mortal Wound” (292) - Epilogue (351) Summary & Analysis

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In 1802, a year after Philip died, Alexander wrote a letter to an old friend. He started a garden in hopes of healing Angelica. He had also worked on building a good home for his family, a blueprint of which the author shows on page 294. It was costly, but Alexander was finally making a living wage. He was ready for retirement. Many friends and Eliza's family visited. Work often sent him to Albany, where he thought about his wife. Death haunted him, and his friends noticed his change in behavior. Meanwhile, Burr lived lavishly with his wife, Theodosia, pictured on page 297, who died of cancer in 1794. He devoted himself to his daughter. However, his differences with Alexander were about to come to a head. Alexander knew Burr was financially corrupted. He wrote poorly about Burr’s character...

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