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Hamilton Hall

9 Chestnut St
Salem, MA 01970
United States

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Named after Alexander Hamilton, this hall was built in 1805 by the Federalists of the area. The location acted as a place for hosting town meetings, as well as various events such as honoring U.S. Presidents and dignitaries. Lafayette, John Quincy Adams, and both Roosevelt presidents had parties here.

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