716 - A Walking Tour of the Life of Alexander Hamilton in NYC
One of the lesser know Founding Fathers has seen a revival in his status due to a popular show on Broadway. The course (see June Saturday schedule) connected to this tour will examine the life of Alexander Hamilton, his spiritual journey (warts and all), political views, and New York City connections. On this walking tour, the group will view the places where Hamilton lived, studied, worked, worshipped, and his final resting place at Trinity Church Wall Street.
Mr. Gordon Franz will conduct this seminar tour. He has worked on a number of excavations in Israel, including Ketet Hinnon, Tel Lachish, Tel Jezreel, and Hazor. He has also led field trips to Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, and Rome.
NOTE: This tour is not officially being scheduled in 2017-18. However, if a group of students or persons, minimum of 10, requests the scheduling of this tour, NYSB will endeavor to make the tour happen. Please call Billy W. Nelson at 212 975-0170 x123 to discuss scheduling this tour or fill out the inquiry form below.
Cost is $30 per person.