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Well during my visit to downtown sf (which is like a few miles away from my house) passed by Orpheum theater 😭 where the Hamilton Tour began. Now they are playing Aladdin and I wanna go... PS Follow my personal ugliness at @devera101 😂 - Allen
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Instagram does no justice to some of these pictures but nevertheless, I had a blast!! I still can't believe I watched it. I need to go for round two! #hamiltonmusical #hamilton #hamiltonsf #sf

•Best of Wives and Best of Women•
Ryan and Solea, take 2 !
Honestly I'm just very grateful for these wonderful humans, and the joy they bring. I was originally going to make it a little more devastating, but I think I did enough of that with @donaldwebber and @lexilawson , and instead decided to draw the warmth and kindess that exude from @itsryanvasquez and @_solaylay . A little bit of a calm before the storm.
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It's hard to put into words how amazing Hamilton was yesterday. Oh and the fact that I got my front row seat for $10 was the icing on the cake. #hamiltonsf

Easily the greatest day of this otherwise (personally) 99% garbage year. So forgive me for gushing today. And for looking like a goof. Luwoye brought ALL the intensity as A. Ham. But now? It's time to get back to my own Non-Stop state. New art is embarrassingly overdue on this page, isn't it? #hamiltour #hamiltonsf

Finally got to share some light with my #UArts and #EleoneBAM brother 😁🤙🏾
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#HistoryIsHappening on Google Expeditions. Today the #HamiltonSF cast explored Hamilton history on Cardboard, as part of Google.org's support of #EduHam to bring Alexander Hamilton's story to life for students online and onstage.

you want a revolution, i want a revelation 💫 // #HamiltonSF

In addition to surprising @j.breslow with Hamilton, I surprised him with @hannnahcho too! #hamiltonsf #noyoureallydidntfigureitout

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Well during my visit to downtown sf (which is like a few miles away from my house) passed by Orpheum theater 😭 where the Hamilton Tour began. Now they are playing Aladdin and I wanna go... PS Follow my personal ugliness at @devera101 😂 - Allen
#hamilton #hamiltonsf #musicals #broadway #sanfrancisco #sf #bayarea

HAMILTON WAS HERE: Hamilton accompanied Washington to the front lines of fierce combat. Washington himself took to the field in an attempt to rally his under-pressure troops and turn the fortunes of the day around. It was not to be. The Marquis de Lafayette was wounded and had to be carried away from the action by his lieutenant, Jean-Joseph Sourbader de Gimat. The Americans suffered 1,300 casualties to the British-Hessian forces’ 587, and had to retreat from the field. This was not a decisive loss for the Americans. But it was a stinging one—and a bad blow to the American independence movement’s P.R. Hamilton, Washington, and the others now faced a real scramble to save Philadelphia, or save face if they could not protect the city. SEE ALL OF #HAMILTONWASHERE AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg‬#hamiltonwashere #pennsylvania #battleofbrandywine #brandywine #battleofbrandywine #delawarecountypa #delawarecounty #ushistory #pahistory #pennsylvaniahistory #Hamilton #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda

#HAMILTON WAS HERE 21: Before terrorists committed the atrocities that hit New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, PA, one early fall day in the first George W. Bush administration, September 11 was already an unfortunate date in American history. BACKGROUND: In the fall of 1777, Alexander Hamilton was still new to the game of being one of George Washington’s aides-de-camp, also known as a member of his “family.” It had been a vexing summer, with the large enemy fleet of British commander Lord Howe playing now-you-see-me, now-you-don’t off the waters of the mid-Atlantic colonies. Now, though, the Redcoats had landed, and it was clear they were going to make a play to capture Philadelphia. Washington could probably neither defeat the British on the battlefield, nor keep his reputation intact should his side’s capital fall. He had no choice but to try his still largely greenhorn troops in a bid to do the impossible. Hamilton was on duty in his mentor’s current headquarters, the Benjamin Ring house at Chadd’s Ford, Pennsylvania, (pictured), which lie upon the main road connecting Philadelphia and Baltimore. Suddenly a dark-complected stranger burst in with warnings that Washington was about to be outmaneuvered. The enemy, came the report, would be attacking from an unanticipated direction. The stranger was correct. SEE ALL OF #HAMILTONWASHERE AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg‬ #hamiltonwashere #pennsylvania #battleofbrandywine #brandywine #battleofbrandywine #delawarecountypa #delawarecounty #ushistory #pahistory #pennsylvaniahistory #Hamilton #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda

#HAMILTON WAS HERE: Elizabeth had arrived in town with her father, General Philip Schuyler, on February 2nd. By April, Hamilton and Elizabeth were engaged. The Schuylers would have seemed to have every reason to be discouraging and suspicious of a young man of no breeding and no means. But they all took to Hamilton from the get go. Hamilton was on hand to help Washington receive two luminaries from America’s European allies, France and Spain, who visited Morristown in mid April. The Spanish “gentleman of distinction, “ Don Juan de Miralles, had the poor luck to get sick and die in the Morristown mansion—which had also seen the death of a number of smallpox-infected Continental Army soldiers in 1777 during the earlier winter encampment in Morristown. Hamilton was also dealing at this time with a vicious rumor about him spreading across Philadelphia that he had been agitating to make Washington a benevolent military dictator who should dissolve Congress. As summer arrived and roads became passable again, the Redcoats began making forays out of New York City and into the New Jersey interior. Hamilton left this place on June 7, 1780. SEE ALL OF #HAMILTONWASHERE AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg ‬ #nj #newjersey #morristown #morristownnj #schuylersisters #elizabethhamilton #elizahamilton #njhistory #Hamilton #georgewashington #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmirandaisagenius

#HAMILTON WAS HERE 19: If the Early Republic era of American History has a “Western” story to tell, this is it. Lawlessness out on the edge of civilization. Where thick wildernesses and Red Indians abound. An unwelcome new sheriff coming to town determined to bring order. In this true “Western,” the sheriff was Alexander Hamilton. What we’re talking about in the so-called Whiskey Rebellion. And it brought the Ten Dollar Founding Father farther west in the North American continent than he had ever been before: the rough Monongahela Country of Western Pennsylvania. BACKGROUND: The Whiskey Rebellion is, after a fashion, a not-so-flattering episode of Hamilton history that the musical makes only a glancing reference to at all. This far-flung corner of Appalachia was (and is) rough country. Local settlers—many had long been a thorn in the side of local land baron George Washington for refusing to pay rents—couldn’t bring the grain they raised on hardscrabble farms to markets back East. There were no trains, no canals, and barely any roads. So they distilled what they grew into hard liquor. This was an item not only to be sold for cash, but more importantly to be bartered in the local economy. These Pennsylvanians really were Westerners in the 1790s. And they bitterly resented Alexander Hamilton leading a charge to raise government revenue by taxing whiskey and whiskey stills. In July 1794, some of the pioneers—refusing to pay the taxes that federal law demanded—attacked one of Hamilton’s Treasury Department collectors. Hamilton started pushing for a military response from the moment he heard the news. #hamiltonwashere #pennsylvania #washingtonpa #washingtoncopa #whiskey #whiskeyrebellion #ushistory #pahistory #pennsylvaniahistory #Hamilton #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmirandaisagenius

•Best of Wives and Best of Women•
Ryan and Solea, take 2 !
Honestly I'm just very grateful for these wonderful humans, and the joy they bring. I was originally going to make it a little more devastating, but I think I did enough of that with @donaldwebber and @lexilawson , and instead decided to draw the warmth and kindess that exude from @itsryanvasquez and @_solaylay . A little bit of a calm before the storm.
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#hamiltonmusical #hamiltonbroadway #angelicatour #hamart #linmanuelmiranda #digitalart #jamesmadison #philiphamilton #johnlaurens #AlexanderHamilton #kinggeorgeIII #AaronBurr #ham4ham #theschuylersisters #schuylersisters #angelicaschuyler #elizahamilton #charleslee #HamiltonEnsemble #thomasjefferson #herculesmulligan #marquisdelafayette #hamiltonsf #hamiltonanamericanmusical #gothamilton #hamiltononbroadway #hamliza #hamiltonfanart #hamiltonla

#HAMILTON WAS HERE: Abandoning his supply lines was exactly what he did. Washington marched around his enemy’s positions and brought Hamilton and the rest of his men down like a hammer on the British stronghold at Princeton, New Jersey. The Battle of Princeton, taking place primarily outside the small college town, was almost European style warfare: army meeting army in open fields. Patriot General Hugh Mercer, mentioned briefly in HAMILTON: AN AMERICAN MUSICAL when Burr and Hamilton joke about a Manhattan street being renamed after him, received a mortal wound in the battle and died in a farmhouse on the outskirts of town. Combining another surprise attack with truly tough opposition, the American rebels sent hardened British regular troops on the run. This victory emboldened farmers in the New Jersey countryside—farmers who had previously been accommodating to the Redcoats—to begin taking small guerrilla actions against them. We will cover a bit more of the blow by blow of Hamilton’s role in the Battle of Princeton in the forthcoming update on the university’s Nassau Hall. SEE ALL OF #HAMILTONWASHERE AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg‬ #nj #newjersey #princeton #princetonuniversity #princetonnj #njhistory #Hamilton #georgewashington #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmirandaisagenius

#HAMILTON WAS HERE 18: Today we are back in what Hamilton and many other Founding Fathers charmingly kept referring to as “The Jerseys.” Hamilton had helped the Continental Army’s august Commander in Chief turn defeat into victory on the day after Christmas, 1776. On January 3, 1777, he was poised to do so again. BACKGROUND: Even after the morale-building exercise that was the Battle of Trenton, by the time 1777 began George Washington only had about 5,000 men under his command. Hamilton’s New York artillery company had likewise been seriously reduced in size and talent. But the ambitious young captain was determined to keep course for as long as he could. Washington’s audacious move against the Hessians at the future New Jersey capital was like poking a hornet’s nest. From the north, Redcoat General Lord Cornwallis rushed a sizable force into action to exact revenge. Cornwallis’s men came swooping across the wintry countryside. Now Washington had Philadelphia behind him. It’s important to remember that 1776’s Long Retreat across New Jersey had a strategic purpose and wasn’t just a cowardly drawing further away from the pummeling of a greater enemy. Washington was also attempting to protect Philadelphia—where the Continental Congress sat and from where the Continental Army could receive badly-needed provisions and materiel. Military common sense would say that Washington would be crazy to displace his army from direct access to supply lines. But Washington was crazy like a fox. SEE ALL OF #HAMILTONWASHERE AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg ‬ #nj #newjersey #princeton #princetonuniversity #princetonnj #njhistory #Hamilton #georgewashington #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmirandaisagenius

HAMILTON WAS HERE: We know that Hamilton was on this spot at 6pm on July 9, 1776, for that was when General George Washington gave the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence in New York City. A famous story follows this event. Afterwards, a large number of enthusiastic patriots marched downtown to another open area — Bowling Green (where the Alexander Hamilton Customs House stands today) — and tore down a gilded equestrian statue of King George III. Washington disapproved of this unsanctioned vigilante action and issued a stern public recrimination against those who had participated. It is a safe bet that Hamilton, a lover of law and order, was not among them. The Commons is also where Hamilton’s first public speech is supposed to have taken place, portrayed in the musical in the number “My Shot.” However, there is no evidence whatsoever that Hamilton was at this July, 1774 rally, and definitely none that he spoke. The location was, however, most assuredly the site of one important Hamilton speech. On April 22, 1796, Hamilton bravely waded into the turbulent political waters over the Jay Treaty—a widely and vociferously unpopular trade agreement with Great Britain negotiated by Hamilton’s friend and ally John Jay and signed by George Washington. Hamilton caught all kinds of heat for endorsing the treaty, and his position led to his being wounded by thrown rocks and challenged to a duel (which never came to fruition). SEE ALL AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg ‬ #hamiltonwashere #nyc #nychistory #nyhistory #newyork #newyorkhistory #Hamilton #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda

#HAMILTON WAS HERE 17: As a New Yorker for much of his adult life, Alexander Hamilton didn’t just watch the city spread northward from its southern tip to occupy more and more of Manhattan Island. He participated in it. That is, by building The Grange, his Harlem home, way up on what would become 141st Street. But when he first arrived in the city and lived there as a young man, this spot—today’s City Hall Park—was just about the northern terminus of the Big Apple. BACKGROUND: What is now City Hall Park was, in Hamilton’s time, known as “The Commons” or “The Fields.” The idea or concept of a park for public recreation wasn’t really active in the 18th Century. But in the English-speaking world at least, places where people congregated to live in towns or villages often had public-access sites called “commons” where those of middling or low social status who did not possess land could pasture a few animals, like cows, or keep a vegetable garden. These sections of land belonged to everyone: the “common” folk, and thus the name. The New York City Commons served a number of other public functions as well. It was not, like today, the home of City Hall (what would become Federal Hall). But the “Poor House” or “Alms House” was situated here. This was an asylum for the elderly, the ill, and the handicapped, and a work center as well for those who were able-bodied and able to earn their keep through various kinds of work. In 1772 it housed 425 people. Part of the Commons was also the Muster Field or Parade Grounds where the militia would report for duty, for training, or as the name implied to parade on special occasions. SEE ALL AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg ‬ #hamiltonwashere #nyc #nychistory #nyhistory #newyork #newyorkhistory #Hamilton #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda #cityhallpark #cityhallparknyc

Happy Birthday to this P.Y.T.!!!🎊🎉🎈 We were backstage on the Hamilton tour SF when we took this pic! Thanks again @dezdance20 for a great show! #hamiltonsf #birthday #sanfrancisco #hyphywifey #finallyfontanilla #tb #yeee

#HAMILTON WAS HERE: America’s first sex scandal wasn’t the only rough time for Hamilton while he was at the helm of the Treasury Department here in what was then the largest and by far the most sophisticated and cultured city in the United States. He also had to steer through the (financial) Panic of 1792. Hamilton had to act the part of a central banker when there were essentially no rules written down for the role. He had to rush to contain a crisis in large part set off by his own friend and colleague, William Duer, who had disastrously overextended himself in a scheme to buy up government securities on borrowed money. The next year, 1793, Philadelphia was visited with a ghastly Yellow Fever epidemic. And all the while Hamilton was feuding with Thomas Jefferson in person and anonymously and by proxies in the newspapers. But what part of Hamilton’s life wasn’t bursting with a bank vault’s worth of drama? #hamiltonwashere #philadelphia #philly #pahistory ##Hamilton #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda #georgewashington

#WAS HERE 16: It’s fitting that the site of Alexander Hamilton’s Treasury Department (when the federal government was hosted by Philadelphia from 1790-1800) was just catty-corner to what is now the Museum of the American Revolution. Because American liberty had to be secured not only on the battlefield and in the halls where the Constitution was written, debated, and ratified. It had to be secured on the banker’s balance sheets as well. BACKGROUND: Here at the southwest corner of Third and Chestnut Streets in Philadelphia, at 100 Chestnut in the 1790s, was the old Clark or Pemberton Mansion. The building was rented by the government for most of the Treasury Department offices, although the actual Treasurer of the United States (a position below Hamilton in the pecking order) was elsewhere. The area became the heart of Philadelphia’s financial district, which although now greatly overshadowed by New York was no slouch throughout most of early American history. Alexander Hamilton enjoyed a very short commute to work, and also a short commute to George Washington’s home. This is where Hamilton first came face to face with James Reynolds, the husband and possible co-conspirator of Hamilton’s torrid summer 1791 mistress, Maria Reynolds. #hamiltonwashere #philadelphia #philly #pahistory ##Hamilton #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda #georgewashington

Hamilton’s headmaster, Francis Barber, who became Colonel Francis Barber during the war, wasn’t much older than his star student. But the student became the master at the Battle of Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781. That’s because when Hamilton led his famous charge against Redoubt #10, Barber was one of the men under his command. Barber lived to tell of the glory and valor of the successful attack but not for long. In 1782 some of his fellow American soldiers were chopping down trees and one fell on and squashed him. Barber had long had a reputation for being a domineering taskmaster. And rumors persisted for years that the death by lumber was no accident. Why else is Elizabeth so important in the life of Alexander Hamilton? It’s very possibly where he first laid eyes on a vacationing lass from Albany who would someday be his wife. And it’s also very possible that he and Aaron Burr, who was older but had gone to the same academy, first crossed paths and sized each other up here.
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#HAMILTON WAS HERE 15: So, yes… This photograph of a Hamilton history site leaves something to be desired. But I was only passing through Elizabeth, New Jersey, on the train. The young Alexander Hamilton, however, stuck around quite a bit longer. BACKGROUND: Cheek by jowl with Newark International Airport, the landscape is quite different in Elizabeth (then Elizabethtown), New Jersey, than it was in 1773. That’s when Alexander Hamilton arrived to hit the books and learn enough Latin and Greek to pass the entrance exams for college. For this whip-smart, low-class charity case fresh off the boat from the Caribbean, a college education could transform him into a respectable gent with a future. Less than one in three thousand Americans attended the teeny-tiny institutions that passed for college in those days. Elizabethtown was then the New Jersey capital. And New Jersey, of course, wasn’t a state—it was a British colony. Hamilton’s pre-college crash-courses took place at the Presbyterian Academy of Francis Barber. Hamilton studied for about nine months in a now long-gone building that would have been right near the church and schoolhouse now existing at the corner of Caldwell Place and Broad Street. Now across the street from a McDonalds. Where did Hamilton’s school go? The Redcoats burned it down in 1780. During the Revolutionary War, Hamilton was kind of a gangsta on the battlefield. But it’s not likely the limey dragoons and their Tory lickspittles were there to settle some personal score. SEE ALL OF #HAMILTONWASHERE AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg ‬ #nj #newjersey #elizabethnj #njhistory #Hamilton #presbyterian #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda

I was the substitute teacher in this drama class and could see that something revolutionary is happening here. Then one of the middle schoolers and I discovered that we both follow @danielching9 !! So of course, the class gets to discuss #Hamilton and the amazing #DanielChing who plays #CharlesLee. Fun fact: Charles Lee was Marbury's attorney in #MarburyvsMadison. #JudicialReview #1803. #Hamilkids are the best!! #hamiltonmusical #hamiltonthemusical #hamiltontheamericanmusical #Hamiltour #angelicatour #hamiltonSF #California #contracostacounty #MtDiablo #westcoast #mistyscalifornia #theatrekids

#HAMILTONWASHERE: Hamilton must have crossed from New Jersey into Pennsylvania with the rest of the army on December 7, 1776. They famously used flat-bottomed “Durham boats” popular in the area for transporting bits of mined iron ore. New Jersey had not generally proved itself a welcome country to the American rebels. Many country farmers thought they saw the writing on the wall and, concerned for the future of their families and their land, had pledged loyalty to the king and refused to give men like Hamilton any aid. Hamilton was not yet Washington’s aide at this time. And the punishing life on the front lines of the war was taking its toll. In the weeks between December 11 and Christmas, Hamilton grew seriously ill. But as first noted in our visit to the Battle of Trenton monument, Hamilton and the others may have first crossed the Delaware in the shame of retreat. But on the snowy morning of December 26th they re-crossed the river—it at this same place—to begin a risky and glorious ten day campaign. Hamilton and Washington proved to the world they were not defeated. SEE ALL OF #HAMILTONWASHERE AT ‪http://goo.gl/vX8GSg ‬ #pennsylvania #nj #newjersey #pa #trenton #trentonnj  #pahistory #njhistory #Hamilton #GeorgeWashington #alexanderhamilton #hamiltonmusical #Hamilfans #americanrevolution #biography #graphicnovel #graphicnovels #history #books #bookstagram #ogn #history #instagood #hamiltonla #hamiltonsf #hamiltonchi #linmanuelmiranda

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