Whether you’re singing along with the Schuyler sisters or only had a brief introduction to the Revolutionary War back in school, you won’t want to miss these authentic artifacts related to Alexander Hamilton and characters from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical. Come see a rare 1794 print featuring the heroic George Washington, engraved by famed New Haven printer Amos Doolittle and a 1779 oath printed during the American Revolution to be signed by Connecticans loyal to the villainous King George III. Who’s your favorite Hamilton hero? Who’s your favorite villain? And when it comes to history, who decides who’s a villain or hero?
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