The Web companion for the New-York Historical Society's exhibition contains historical objects and documents connected with Alexander Hamilton and the founding era. In addition to a virtual tour of the exhibition, this site includes information on New York City, a document database, a timeline, a gallery of his peers, and a weekly chronicle of events in Hamilton's life. This site also provides resources for teachers and a bibliography of print and online materials.
This site on the duel between Hamilton and Aaron Burr is a companion to the documentary produced by PBS. It provides essays on Burr and Hamilton, a transcript of the film, biographical information, an essay on the history of dueling, a timeline, and articles related to different aspects of Hamilton's life.
This publication contains a short biography of every member of Congress from 1774 to the present, including Alexander Hamilton. It also provides a selected bibliography and a list of research collections related to Hamilton.
The National Archives, through its National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), has entered into a cooperative agreement with The University of Virginia Press to create this site and make freely available online the historical documents of the Founders of the United States of America. This site contains all twenty-seven volumes of the print edition of The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, over 12,500 documents.
The Hamilton Grange National Memorial preserves the home of founding father Alexander Hamilton. Named "the Grange" after his family's ancestral home in Scotland, it was the Hamilton's New York City home from 1802-04. This site contains prints and photographs of the house.
The Online Library of Liberty provides a collection of Hamilton's writings, including the full text of The Federalist, The Revolutionary Writings of Alexander Hamilton, and the 12-volume edition of The Works of Alexander Hamilton.