Aaron Burr


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Noun1.Aaron Burr - United States politician who served as vice president under JeffersonAaron Burr - United States politician who served as vice president under Jefferson; he mortally wounded his political rival Alexander Hamilton in a duel and fled south (1756-1836)
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Fallen Founder: The Life of Aaron Burr by Nancy Isenberg (New York: Viking, 2007).
12 Which other leading US politician was killed in a famous duel by then vice-president Aaron Burr in 1804?
Fallen Founder: The Life of Aaron Burr Nancy Isenberg Penguin Audio 375 Hudson Street, New York NY 10014 9780143142287, $39.
The central character is Aaron Burr, a man who, it is well-known to anyone reasonably well-read in American history, hated George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton and their adherents.
10) Professor Wood presents essays on George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Adams, Thomas Paine, and Aaron Burr, accompanied by an introduction and an epilogue.
Vice President Aaron Burr corresponded with the Reverend Andrew Eliot's wife.
In agreeing to the defence motion for the subpoena, Judge Ringer cited as legal basis an 1807 case involving Vice-President Aaron Burr, who was eventually tried for treason.
On that night, as Hamilton prepared for a morning duel with Aaron Burr, he made a list of which of the 85 essays in the Federalist Papers he'd written and which ones had been penned by James Madison or John Jay.
For example, in the chapter about the prosecution of Aaron Burr for treason, the authors trace his contentious relationship with George Washington during the Revolutionary War, his vice presidency under Thomas Jefferson, his duel with Alexander Hamilton, and the preparations for what historians believe was a conspiracy against the United States.
He saw the personal ambitions of Aaron Burr and James Wilkinson as threats to the union.
KSS Architects, in conjunction with Allan Greenberg, Architect, LLC, announced the completion of renovations to Aaron Burr Hall at Princeton University.
Indeed, of the eight founders Wood explores, only Aaron Burr was born into substantial wealth and privilege.