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Alexander Hamilton was an American politician and statesman and was one of the most influential figures in the early United States. After serving as an officer for the American army (Also being General Washington's "Right Hand Man") during the American Revolutionary War, Hamilton wrote several essays that shaped the structure of the American government. He later served as the first Secretary of the Treasury.

Hamilton was a member of the Ekaterina branch of the Cahill family, and obsessively attempted to eliminate his rivals in other branches of the family. One such rival was Lucian Aaron Burr, who had been elected Vice-President under Janus President Thomas Jefferson. Because Hamilton tried to discredit him, Burr challenged Hamilton to a duel. The duel ended bloodily, as both men shot each other, leading to Hamilton's death.

Despite Hamilton being an Ekaterina, Hamilton Holt, a member of the rival Tomas branch, was likely named after Alexander Hamilton, based on the naming conventions of his family.

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