ALEXANDER HAMILTON

ALEXANDER HAMILTON M I S S I O N S T A T E M E N T

The Friends of Alexander Hamilton & Descendants Committee came into existence on July 15, 2004. The mission of this organization is to enhance the large and wonderful legacy that has been left to posterity by Alexander Hamilton, the founder of Paterson, New Jersey (1792) and the founder of the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures (1791.) (S.U.M.)

One of our major goals which has already been accomplished was to have Alexander Hamilton’s birthday of Jan. 11th established as a city-wide holiday celebration. This mission was accomplished on Jan. 11, 2005 and will be celebrated every Jan. 11th henceforth discover this info here.

We will develop plans and programs that will highlight the contributions that
Alexander Hamilton left to Paterson, New Jersey and to America beginning with an extension of his S.U.M. theory as cited above. We plan to establish The Society for Establishing Useful Cyberspace Technologies in Paterson. This institution will focus on establishing the Alexander Hamilton Foreign Trade Zone in Paterson. Because of our untapped pool of human resources we will hire and train our local people in these hi-tech positions thereby adding to the ratable base for our city a knockout post.

This Alexander Hamilton Foreign Trade Zone carries with it the fact that Alexander
Hamilton, as America’s first Secretary of the Treasury, developed and installed click here
the United States Department of Commerce, US Customs Service and the US Coast Guard three key institutions in any foreign trade zone endeavor.

Our other goal is to establish a Sister-City relationship with the independent islands of St. Kitts & Nevis and St. Croix. The island of Nevis where Alexander Hamilton was born and St. Croix the island from where he eventually migrated to America. (See Newsletter link.)

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