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The papers of Alexander Hamilton (ca. 1757-1804), first treasury secretary of the United States, consist of his personal and public correspondence, drafts of his writings (although not his Federalist essays), and correspondence among members of the Hamilton and Schuyler families. The collection, consisting of approximately 12,000 items dating from 1708 to 1917, documents Hamilton's impoverished Caribbean boyhood (scantily); events in the lives of his family and that of his wife, Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton; his experience as a Revolutionary War officer and aide-de-camp to General George Washington; his terms as a New York delegate to the Continental Congress (1782-1783) and the Constitutional Convention (1787); and his careers as a New York state legislator, United States treasury secretary (1789-1795), political writer, and lawyer in private practice. Most of the papers date from 1777 until Hamilton's death in 1804. Additional details may be found in the collection's finding aid ( and versions).

Thomas E Donnelley Professor of African American Studies Elizabeth Alexander

Alexander Treger, Concertmaster Elizabeth Baker Robert Vijay Gupta The musicians of the Los Angeles Philharmonic are represented by Professional Musicians.

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Power and Possibility: Essays, Reviews, and Interviews by Elizabeth Alexander starting at .99

May 29, 1926 - Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, third in line to the throne is christened. She is the first royal child to be christened in the chapel at Buckingham Palace and wears a gown made of lace worn by Queen Elizabeth I.

Sister Elizabeth Kenny : maverick heroine of the polio treatment controversy. Wade Alexander. Rockhampton, Qld. : Central Queensland University Press, 2003. Located at Minnesota Historical Society, St Paul, MN; University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh; Cornell University, Ithaca, NY ; Library of Congress, Washington, DC; National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, MD; New York University, New York, NY; Christchurch City Libraries, Christchurch, 8140 New Zealand; UQ Library, Brisbane, QLD 4072 Australia.Professor Elizabeth Alexander is a poet, essayist, playwright, and teacher. She has published six books of poems, two collections of essays, and a play. Her book of poems, American Sublime, was one of three finalists for the Pulitzer Prize and was one of the American Library Associations “Notable Books of the Year.” Her play, “Diva Studies,” was produced at the Yale School of Drama.Last week the National Book Foundation presented the panel discussion "Lineage: American Poetry Since 1950," moderated by Katie Peterson and featuring Elizabeth Alexander, Stephen Burt, Tony Hoagland, James Longenbach, Maureen McLane, and Susan Stewart. The aim of the discussion was "to use the National Book Awards as a point of departure to assess post-War poetry trends and achievements."The Marygrove College Department of English and Modern Languages is pleased to announce that poet and essayist Elizabeth Alexander will be the twenty-first guest in Marygrove's Contemporary American Authors Lecture Series. She will deliver the Lillian and Donald Bauder Lecture at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 24, 2009 in Alumnae Hall.As the 2012 election nears—yet another historic one, most say—I think about Elizabeth Alexander, the poet who read her poem “Praise Song for the Day” on January 20, 2009, at the Inaugural of President Barack Obama. The perils of writing “public poems” are well known, and most said she fared well, if not spectacularly so. But in many ways it didn’t sound like her at all. Its lines lacked the usual tightness of her lines, and missing was her deep sense of gender, her intense, lyrical eroticism—something that probably would have been hard to place appropriately in a poem for an occassion like this.Elizabeth Alexander received a B.A. from Yale University, an M.A. from Boston University, and a Ph.D. in English from the University of Pennsylvania. She has published four books PDF of poems: The Venus Hottentot (1990)- Body of Life (1996)- Antebellum Dream Book (2001)- and, most recently, American Sublime (2005), which was one of three finalists for the Pulitzer Prize. Her play, Diva Studies, was produced at the Yale School of Drama. She is presently Professor of American and African American ePub Studies at Yale University.