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What are facts about Alexander Hamilton?


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Alexander Hamilton was born on January 11th 1775 on the island of Nevis in the Virgin Islands

Alexander Hamilton is one of the two people who are not president to have their face on American currency

Alexander Hamilton is on the 10$ bill

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