Other New Jersey historic sites related to Alexander Hamilton
• The site of the Old Academy in Elizabeth, which both Hamilton and Burr attended.
• The site of Alexander Hamilton's artillery battery in New Brunswick. in December 1776
• The Great Falls in Paterson, a spot Hamilton visited in 1778 with Washington and Lafayette. Hamilton later played an important role in developing Paterson as an industrial city. There is a statue of him at the Great Falls
• Ford Mansion in Morristown, where Hamilton stayed with Washington in winter 1779-1780
• The Schuyler Hamilton House in Morristown, where Hamilton courted his future wife Betsey Schuyler in 1779-1780.
• Dey Mansion in Wayne, were Hamilton stayed with Washington in 1780
• A magnificent statue group of Hamilton, Washington, and Lafayette in Morristown.
Other New Jersey historic sites related to Aaron Burr
• Burr was born February 6, 1756 in Newark,
• The site of the Old Academy in Elizabeth, which both Burr and Hamilton attended.
• Burr attended Princeton University. His father had served as president of the University
• A sign in Paramus commemorates Burr's presence there in 1776
• The Hermitage in Ho-Ho-Kus, where Burr met Theodosia Prevost in 1778. The couple were married in the house in 1782.
• The Old Stone House in Ramsey, which Burr may have visited.
• Burr arrived at Perth Amboy, eleven days after his duel with Alexander Hamilton
• Burr died September 14, 1836, and his gravesite is in Princeton Cemetery.