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Famous American Trials: John Peter Zenger (1735)
Philadelphia Reflections: Andrew Hamilton (1676-1741)
William Allen (loyalist) – Andrew Hamilton’s son-in-law
Benjamin Chew – Andrew Hamilton’s pupil; inherited his Penn family clients
Family of William Allen (loyalist) – Andrew Hamilton’s grandchildren through his daughter Margaret
Charles Gookin – Deputy Governor of colonial Pennsylvania
Independence Hall – The Philadelphia state house
Andrew Hamilton (lawyer) – Philadelphia Lawyer
James Hamilton (Pennsylvania) – Andrew Hamilton’s first son
Thomas Lawrence (mayor) – Associate of Hamilton’s in creation of State House
John Penn (“the American”) – William Penn’s son; proprietor of colonial Pennsylvania
Richard Penn, Sr. – William Penn’s son; Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania
Thomas Penn – William Penn’s son; proprietor of colonial Pennsylvania
William Penn – Quaker Founder of Pennsylvania; planned and developed Philadelphia
Pennsylvania Gazette – Benjamin Franklin wrote Hamilton’s eulogy
William Till – Mayor of Philadelphia