Hamilton in Georgetown? Well, posthumously, yes. Tudor Place invites you to three upcoming programs, including two that are #FREEinDC.
In her post a few days ago, Abby Chandler alluded to the Founders Online, and I am following up with a few more details and thoughts. The Founders Online database gathers the writings of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and family, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison in a free, searchable database. The database is based on the published volumes of the Founders’ correspondence; five of the six projects are ongoing (all but Hamilton, I believe), and new documents are typically added to Founders On
The following is the table of contents for the Spring 2017 issue of Early American Studies, a journal published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. The theme for issue 15.2 is The Republics of Benjamin Rush, a Founding Father and important figure in Philadelphia. Check out the table of contents below and the full issue on Project Muse.