Hamilton Grange National Memorial - Educational Lesson - SL
Students will be fascinated to know that one of the founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton, built a lavish Hamilton Grange on his Harlem estate hundreds of years ago and lived in what is now known as Hamilton Heights. Growing up an orphan in the Caribbean, Hamilton eventually became President George Washington's closest aide and was instrumental in created the Federalist Papers, a set of political essays intended to promote ratificaton of the U.S. Constitution. Students will find this read comprehension lesson about Hamilton Grange National Memorial fascinating along with corresponding questions.
Three fun facts about Hamilton Grange National Memorial:
- The house still sits within the thirty-two acres once owned by Alexander Hamilton.
- The house was saved from demolition when it was purchased by St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.
Hamilton Heights in Harlem got its name from Alexander Hamilton.
Harlem Supplemental Lessons
People learn in many different ways. One of the best ways to ensure that every lesson is forever remembered is by purchasing the supplemental lesson for each lesson. All of the supplemental lessons will contain three different activities to help build an understanding of the topic, and help reinforce what they have learned.
- With your supplemental lesson, you can expect to receive a vocabulary list which will feature ten words and their definitions as they are related to the text.
- For easy learning you will also enjoy ten fun facts that pertain to the lesson.
- In addition to these tools, every supplemental lesson you also contain one word search puzzle.
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