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Hamilton Grange National Memorial, also known as The Grange or the Hamilton Grange Mansion, is located in St. Nicholas Park, Manhattan, New York City. It preserves the relocated home of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. The mansion holds a restoration of the interior rooms and an interactive exhibit on the newly constructed ground floor for visitors. The Hamilton Heights subsection of Harlem derived its name from Hamilton's 32-acre estate there.
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https://www.nps.gov/hagr/index.htm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hamilton_Grange_National_Memorial Hamilton Grange National Memorial, also known as The Grange or the Hamilton Grange Mansion, is located in St. Nicholas Park, Manhattan, New York City. It preserves the relocated home of U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. The mansion holds a restoration of the interior rooms and an interactive exhibit on the newly constructed ground floor for visitors. The Hamilton Heights subsection of Harlem derived its name from Hamilton's 32-acre estate there. Merchant’s clerk, Revolutionary War soldier, first Secretary Treasury of the United States: Alexander Hamilton’s life is memorialized at The Grange, the home he built on a country estate in uptown Manhattan. A faithful testament to early American architecture, it stands today as a tribute to its first owner’s many accomplishments. Hamilton Grange National Memorial is in Saint Nicholas Park in Manhattan. It is located at 414 West 141st Street, between Convent Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue. There is no parking available on-site, and street parking in the area is very limited. Hamilton Grange National Memorial Visitor Center The Hamilton Grange National Memorial Visitor Center and gift shop are located within the historic home. The entrance is located under the front stairs, to the right. Hamilton Grange National Memorial is located in Saint Nicholas Park in Manhattan. The street address is 414 West 141st Street, and it sits between Convent Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue. Please visit our directions webpage for more information Hamilton Grange National Memorial Hamilton Grange National Memorial Hamilton Grange National Memorial Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Entrance Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Entrance Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Entrance Hamilton Grange On The Move Hamilton Grange On The Move The Grange on its way to a new home in St. Nicholas Park. Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Foyer Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Foyer Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Foyer Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Parlor Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Parlor Hamilton Grange National Memorial, Parlor Philip Schuyler A biography of the life and contributions of Philip Schuyler. A full-length portrait of Philip Schuyler, who wears colonial-era clothing and has white hair. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton An overview of the life and contributions of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton sits for a portrait in a silver dress and a large white hairstyle. John McComb, Jr. Article about the life and contributions of John McComb Jr. A painting of John McComb, who wears a black coat. Alexander Hamilton An overview of the life and accomplishments of Alexander Hamilton. Alexander Hamilton painted portrait. Alexander Hamilton, New Yorker An exploration of Hamilton's time in and contributions to New York City. This painting depicts Hamilton dressed in New York Artillery uniform. A Monumental Move How do you move a nearly 300 ton house? Find out here. Hamilton Grange, lifted on hydraulics, moves along 141st street. Gallatin: A Voice of Moderation During the Whiskey Rebellion Early in his political career Albert Gallatin became embroiled in the Whiskey Rebellion, where his courage, wisdom and moderation helped the region, and propelled him onto the national stage. Albert Gallatin at Whiskey Point Federal Style Architecture An overview of the Federal style architecture. A yellow house with symmetrical windows, porches, doors, and chimneys. The Inauguration of Thomas Jefferson In 1800, Thomas Jefferson was elected third president of the United States in one of the most bizarre and cantankerous elections on record. But he kept his inauguration simple. He also recognized how factions were tearing the country apart, which guided the message of his inaugural address. Illustration of people outside a square government building Congress Establishes the First Bank of the United States Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton's bill to establish a national bank generated debate on the floor of Congress. Some opponents argued that the Bank was unconstitutional, opening an on-going battle over the interpretation of the U.S. Constitution. Head-and-shoulders portrait of Alexander Hamilton, a man wearing a blue coat and yellow vest. Diane Harris Dayson Diane Harris was initially reluctant to pursue a Park Service career. However, she soon found that national parks were "in her blood". Her 26-year career saw her rise from clerk to superintendent at one of our most iconic national monuments. Diane Dayson wearing the NPS uniform with badge and ranger flat hat. Alexander Hamilton and George Washington This article explores the relationship between Alexander Hamilton and George Washington. Two painted portraits, one of George Washington, and the other of Alexander Hamilton. Staff Spotlight: George McDonald Meet George McDonald, the Chief of Youth Programs and the Experienced Services Program Division. George oversees projects and programs that involve youth and young adults working at National Park Service sites across the country, primarily focusing on individuals 15 to 30 years old, and those 35 years old or under who are military veterans. These projects generally cover natural and cultural resource conservation. Learn more about him. George McDonald smiling at Grand Canyon National Park Hamilton's Sweet Gum Trees Learn more about the thirteen gum trees closely associated with Hamilton Grange National Memorial. A cluster of tall trees standing among a city landscape in the background. Hamilton Grange Reading Month 2022 Join us for National Reading Month 2022! A hand holds a five-pointed, yellow sweet gum leaf with a yellow house in the background. Hamilton Grange Foyer Collection This is a list of the museum collections items in the Hamilton Grange Foyer. Hamilton Grange Parlor Collection This is a list and overview of the museum collections objects in the Hamilton Grange parlor. Hamilton Grange Dining Room Collection This is the list of collection items in the Hamilton Grange Dining Room. June 18, 1787: Hamilton Speaks Alexander Hamilton (NY) spoke for hours, comparing the Virginia and New Jersey Plans, and introducing his own plan of government. Detail, color portrait of Alexander Hamilton showing his face. Hamilton Grange Study The Hamilton Grange Study. A green-painted room with desk, tables, and book cases. Hamilton Grange Parlor Learn about the parlor at Hamilton Grange National Memorial. A square antique piano is surrounded by green upholstered mahogany chairs. Hamilton Grange Study Collection Learn more about the study collections here. A mahogany federal style desk with chair. Hamilton Grange Dining Room The Hamilton Grange Dining Room. A white cloth-draped dining room table surrounded by chairs. Hamilton Grange Foyer The Hamilton Grange Foyer. An entrance foyer with a marble bust in the center. Flat Hamilton A journey of Flat Hamilton through early 2022. A cartoon cutout of Hamilton held in front of a yellow house. Harlem Learn more about the history of Harlem, where The Grange is located. a street lamp and trees in the background on a dirt road. Manhattan Sites Junior Ranger Program Manhattan Sites Junior Ranger program that features five units of the National Park Service in the New York City area. Battle of the Bark Trees shade us from the sun, provide homes for wildlife, stabilize Earth’s surface, and produce food for humans and animals alike. Some are massive, and others are miniscule by comparison, but what makes one better than the other—we’ll let you decide! Check out our iconic trees below and find your favorite! Five thick barked red-brown trees are backlit by the sunlight. Hamilton-Burr Duel This article provides an overview of the famous Hamilton-Burr duel on July 11th, 1804. An illustration of two men, one holds a pistol and the other falls to the ground. Caribbean Heritage Month at Hamilton Grange NM Join Hamilton Grange National Memorial for Caribbean Heritage Month! Dancers in bright dresses twirl in front of a yellow house. Series: The Constitutional Convention: A Day by Day Account for June 1787 The events of June 1787 begin with debate on the national executive on June 1, and end with arguments over representation in the legislature on June 30. Color engraving showing a street scene in Philadelphia in 1800.