By: Catrina Miller
Alexander Hamilton was elected to the Continental Congress. Hamilton became a founding father of the state, he was also one of the authors of the federalist papers. Then Hamilton joined the continental army.
Continental Congress - two legislative congresses during and after the Revolutionary War
Victorious - having achieved a victory
Duel - a fight between two people, fought with deadly weapons
Boldest - not hesitating or fearful in the face of actual or possible danger
Alexander Hamilton and Arron Burr
Alexander Hamilton the Outsider