Alexander Hamilton Descendants – Reloaded

Charlestown, Nevis (April 13, 2007)
Premier Joseph Parry welcomed the Douglas Hamilton family during their recent visit to Nevis.  Douglas Hamilton  a descendant of Alexander Hamilton, met with the Premier on Saturday, April 7th, at the Hamilton House Museum in Charlestown.
Alexander Hamilton, the Nevis Native whose portrait marks the United States Ten Dollar bill, started the famous long standing New York Post newspaper which is still being published up to today, was also a financier and a politician and Founder the Federalist Party of the United States.
Mr. John Guilbert, Executive Director of the Nevis Historical Conservation Society who organized the day’s activities said, “The Premier did an outstanding job by taking time out of his busy schedule to make the visiting Hamilton family feel comfortable and welcomed.”

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Alexander Hamilton Descendants Visit Nevis

Charlestown, Nevis (April 12, 2007)

Deputy Premier of Nevis the Hon Hensley Daniel, believes that great things could mushroom from a relationship between the American descendants of Nevisian born Mr. Alexander Hamilton and the people of Nevis.
Mr. Daniel made the comment while he welcomed two descendants of Mr. Hamilton during a brief visit to Nevis on April 06, 2007 at the Montpelier Plantation Inn. Mr. Phillip Skyler Hamilton and his son Mr. Douglas Hamilton (fourth and fifth generation respectively) and their wives, who were on vacation in St. Kitts, also met with Premier the Hon. Joseph Parry. They were hosted  on Nevis by Mr. John Guilbert Executive Director of the Nevis Historical and Conservation Society.
“We (Nevis Island Administration) have recently restarted the Alexander Hamilton Scholarship Fund and hope to work with them to strengthen the partnership and to be able to help many of our young people to access education at the high school level and also beyond that, to attend Hamilton College in New York, so that we might keep the connection between Nevis and Hamilton.
“We look forward to their continued collaboration and engagement with us and so, I offer them an invitation to join us on January 2008 for the next Alexandra Hamilton Scholarship Fund Tea Party”¦ We hope by their coming it will help to cement the relationship between the fund and the Hamilton descendants. We look forward to a long and productive relationship with the Hamilton Descendants and Hamilton College.  Working together with the Nevis Historical and Conservation Society, we think that we can achieve great things for the people of Nevis,” he said.

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New Development To Provide Opportunities For Nationals

Basseterre, Saint Kitts – April 12th 2007 (CUOPM)

Plans have been approved for a new St. Peter’s Commercial and Institutional Development Complex, thus providing new business opportunities for nationals of St. Kitts and Nevis at home and abroad.
This has been disclosed by Minister of State for Information, Sen. the Hon. Nigel Carty, who said the Cabinet decision is in keeping with the policy of the ruling St. Kitts – Nevis Labour Government’s policy of empowering citizens through its land distribution policy and the provision of opportunities to engage in the development and expansion of micro, small and medium size businesses.
He said the Cabinet at its weekly meeting this Wednesday, discussed and approved plans for a new St. Peters Commercial and Institutional Development complex. “This complex will offer 24 lots each measuring about a quarter acre for businesses and institutions,” said Senator Carty.

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