Alexander Hamilton was born on the date of January 11, 1755 in the West Indies British owned islands of Nevis through his parents James Hamilton and Rachel Lavien.
Alexander's mother dies due to yellow fever. Alexander is also very sick at this time.
Hamilton begins his studies in King College (Columbia University). During this time, Hamilton had also written his first political pamphlet, "A Full Vindication of the Members of Congress."
The first shots of the American Revolution are fired at the battles of Lexington and Concord. Soon after this event, Alexander Hamilton joins the New York State provincial militia.
During the Battle of Monmouth , Alexander Hamilton had his horse shot down from under him. These battles that Hamilton had participated in made him a efficient soldier and leader.
Alexander Hamilton meets Elizabeth Schuyler, and they deeply fall in love. They then decide to marry each other.
Alexander Hamilton participated in the Constitutional Convention among many other delegates from other states; however, due to the lack of success he had hoped to achieve through the convention, he went to practice law in New York.
Alexander Hamilton and the other Federalists delegates are opposing those who declined the idea of the Constitution being passed. Through Hamilton's good and powerful speech, he was able to get the Constitution passed once 11 of the thirteen colonies had ratified the document. The Constitution had become the governing document of the American colonies.
George Washington becomes the first President of the United States. He elects Alexander Hamilton to be the first Secretary of the Treasury. During this time, he devises a plan to restore the nation's poor financial situation.
Alexander Hamilton is mortally wounded in the duel against Aaron Burr. He will die the next day after suffering from physical agony.