Who lives, who dies, who tells Eliza’s Story?

Eliza’s orphanage? Yes, it’s still around today!

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Graham Windham is Eliza’s living legacy

212 years later, Eliza Hamilton’s orphanage — now a family services agency called Graham Windham — is still helping kids get their shot. Graham Windham serves thousands of kids and families each year. Just like Eliza’s husband, these kids survived a tough start in life. Graham Windham provides services like family counseling and treatment, after-school academic support, health services, and other services that help kids thrive into adulthood.

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“Can I show you what I’m proudest of? I established the first private orphanage in New York City.”

Eliza Hamilton in Hamilton the Musical

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Photos:
1 Phillipa Soo and Lin-Manuel Miranda in ‘Hamilton’ (photo by Joan Marcus)
2 Ralph Earl, Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton (Mrs. Alexander Hamilton), 1787, Museum of the City of New York, 71.31.2
Quotation from “Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story?” from the Broadway Musical, “Hamilton”
Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda
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