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Ron Chernow - Life and Career
... Born in Brooklyn, New York, Chernow graduated with honors from Yale University and Cambridge University with degrees in English literature ... Chernow's wife Valerie, a sociologist, died in 2006 ... Chernow is a current (2010) member and past president of the Board of Trustees for PEN American Center, the eastern U.S ...
Alexander Hamilton - Legacy - On Slavery
... Secretary was committed to ending slavery, Chernow (2004) calls him "a fervent abolitionist", Stewart (2008) states he was a "lifelong opponent of slavery", and Braun (2010) says he "was a leading anti-slavery ... In his 21st-century biography, Chernow cites this incident as evidence that Hamilton and Laurens saw the Revolution and the struggle against slavery as inseparable ... Chernow notes how the membership soon included many of Hamilton's friends and associates ...
Housatonic Community College - Campus - Museum of Art
... campus, with works displayed throughout the college and in the Burt Chernow Galleries ... Burt Chernow was a former art historian, writer, and an art teacher in the Westport, CT school system ... In 1997, Chernow died of a heart attack while employed as a Professor at Housatonic ...
Thomas Jefferson - Political Career From 1775 To 1800 - Election of 1796 and Vice Presidency
... Acts would "necessarily drive these states into revolution and blood." The historian Ron Chernow says, "e wasn't calling for peaceful protests or civil disobedience he was calling for outright rebellion ... According to Chernow, during the Quasi-War, Jefferson engaged in a "secret campaign to sabotage Adams in French eyes." In the spring of 1797, he held four ...